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Help!! Drivers

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by amatuer88, Jan 4, 2011.

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  1. amatuer88

    amatuer88 Thread Starter

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    Hi im not even sure if im in the right place...I recently reinstalled windows xp on a computer of mine..now i cant get the network drivers or audio to work and also cannot connect to the network printer no more..iv been at this for ages and think its me i gota bit of help it being a new year and all??

    My machine is a ASRock AMD Socket AM2 nVidia Chipset N68-s UCC....not sure it thats any help ...

    Any idea would be great??
     
  2. pedroguy

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    Welcome to TSG:
    Generally the best place to get current drivers is the pc makers web site for your model
     
  3. amatuer88

    amatuer88 Thread Starter

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    Hi thanks...but im not sure who the pc makers are as the machine was self assembled??
     
  4. pedroguy

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    Ok:So then my best guess would be:
    Look at device manager.Any device that appears to be in error status,(network /video/chipset/M/B etc),my guess is that you would have to go to the individual product makers web site and download any drivers for that device for your operating system
     
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