Compatability Q's Windows Xp keeps restarting during installing! My Asus laptop wireless lan card stop working after while time. To my knowledge, she has never used the usb port for anything. Thanks a million Jeremy reply Thanks guys, My mum had this comment - January 23, 2010 - 6:26am Thanks guys, My mum had this problem on her NEC laptop after installing http://teknodroid.net/windows-xp/ethernet-controller-driver-windows-xp.html
Follow the "Keyboard actions" which will take you through enabling it when you don't have a mouse. I get strange results sometimes if I just jump to the latest service pack. is it the same as formatting ur pc when using the method u list out here???? It gets installed in the operating system (OS) and tells it how to handle it. https://www.raymond.cc/blog/how-to-reinstall-or-repair-windows-xp/
peartreeNov 11, 2004, 7:56 PM Hmm. After the repair it too was very slow but found that keyboard wasn't installed or thouchpad. So the instructions here ask you to use a second computer that is usable, download drivers to a CD or thumb drive, and move them over to the trouble computer. Even without major changes, Wireless & Network Drivers update all the time and you should make sure you are always running the updated version.
Maybe a BIOS update can fix it. **** Never Assume ANYTHING **** AoEratNov 11, 2004, 9:52 AM Well the thing is I tried a ps/2 Back to square one. You can change this in the BIOS. Driverpack Solution But every so often I get disconnected, and then when I try to connect it says cannot find wireless network, it's just all screwed up, so I have to bypass all
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!! How To Repair Windows Xp With Cd Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. If you do see a question mark, you might have installed the wrong driver. https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-update-drivers-in-windows-2619214 Got my new hardware to run fine.
It found the camera and the window that asks you what do you want to do popped up again and I was able to open up the folder with all the Device Manager Step 1: Determine the problem First, figure out what CAUSED the problem. No additional driver is needed. All was running fine when i unplugged my usb hub, mouse etc to take the laptop upstairs, once i wanted to plug it back in, nada, nothing was recognized.
Step 1: Rule out hardware issues. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/how-to-repair-windows-xp-2000-if-you-are-unable-to-boot-into-windows.8356/ I tried pointing the hardware wizard to c:\windows\inf but it still would not find a suitable driver. Driver Easy However, the DSC is not listed. * Kodak tells me that the driver is a generic one available from Microsoft. * Microsoft tells me I need to go to Kodak to Windows Xp Recovery Console Article How To Restore the Registry in Windows Article How to Change a Drive's Letter in Windows Article Have an Ntdll.dll Error?
You connect the IDE ribbon cable from the hard drive to this expansion card to it's recognized correctly. 0 #9 Koretek Posted 12 January 2005 - 03:40 PM Koretek Member Member I'll post my success here once done. CTRL+ESC - Bring up the start menu. (then use the arrow keys and enter) TAB - To cycle through the options in dialog boxes and windows. I strongly recommend you run a disk utility on your hard drive before performing a system repair. Intel Drivers
Thanks!!! so how to I fix it if I cannot get on the Internet Reply neil hipkiss says January 11, 2016 at 10:41 am PCs are useless items that unless u spend You can check the status of your wireless or network adapter via the Device Manager. check over here Copied in the inf directory from another Windows XP SP3 machine.
Thank you very much. 0 #8 admin Posted 09 January 2005 - 08:50 AM admin Founder Geek Topic Starter Administrator 24,505 posts I have read that you have to mail or Dell Drivers A driver is only needed for Windows 98. If you don’t have the driver disc with you, download the latest drivers from your wireless and network adapter manufacturer’s website, and then install them.
I've been trying comment - June 7, 2009 - 8:05pm Thank you! It has a size of 182MB because all major network adapter drivers are integrated in its local library so that it is able to install network drivers or LAN drivers without However, if you're able to use your trouble computer - the video is working, you can connect to the internet - you can skip the parts about downloading drivers to a Ccleaner this is driving me crazy.
I also think I have an explanation. PS: you can find him on: http://forums.techguy.org reply Helppppppppp Read all the comment - August 31, 2008 - 11:34am Helppppppppp Read all the above - tried a few but getting a Based on some of the comments in response to your article I was able to find that apparently there was no usbstor.inf file under the C:\Windows\inf folder. The problem was for some reason the files usb.inf and usb.pnf had vanished from my WINDOWS/INF directory.
Had 2 years of USB related issues and this little Windows/inf solution just Rocks. I finally got tired of messing with the old laptop and bought a newer one. I recently purchased a Centron 4GB datastick sport. If not, look into a PCI IDE expansion card that supports large drives.
Skip to Step 7 below. To the How do you want to search for driver software? The likely suspect has to be the motherboard USB controller. comment - January 30, 2009 - 6:33pm I resolved this problem too. I'm guessing that this is not a terribly new system, since it looks like it doesn't want to recognize USB devices before Windows and its drivers are in place. ****
There are also several other driver download options if those ideas don't work.Important: Many drivers are integrated with software that automatically installs them, making the below instructions unnecessary. The latter is less time consuming and often more effective than the former.