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Windows 7: Win XP Pro - How to install drivers if i don't know motherboard make?

30 Jan 2011   #11

Windows 7 Pro X64 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by dannyboy2005 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pebbly View Post
try these Drivers and Downloads install in compat mode Compatibility Mode
Spot on!

These were the ones i required.

Unfortunately, the computer seems to have some hardware malfunction and even though its a clean install of XP Pro, it keeps restarting its self, not even loading into windows and computer keeps beeping.

Now, i'm not sure if its because i left the computer on all night, downloading windows update and the computer perhaps turned its self off after half hour, corrupting a critical file needed for XP during the download and this has corrupted the start up?

I'm thinking its a hardware problem. My dad said his computer used to do this before i looked at it.

Thanks for the link though.
Can you get into WIndows in Safe Mode (F8)?

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23 Jul 2014   #12

Windows 7

I have found a solution here: How to check motherboard drivers |
You just need to install a program and then it will tell you what drivers you need. After that you just need to click to install them. I hope that helps.
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 Win XP Pro - How to install drivers if i don't know motherboard make?

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