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I Need Unknown device driver and ATI RADEON XPRESS 200 Series driver on SR2011WM

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  1. 911help

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    i really need some help. i went to hp/compaq website and and downloaded the chipset and graphic drivers and still these drivers remain uninstall-ed in the device manager. I have been reading everything about these boards and i have not found a solution yet! This is a fresh install of xp pro 32, sp3. if anyone out there can help me please do. I greatly need the assistance!
     
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    yes i tried those and my pc did not start. it acted like it would then it would restart and i just finally gave up and clicked .. the most recent setting that worked and pc loaded back up. hey would you happen to know where i can locate the bios update for this motherboard?
     
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    The HP website for your model would have any BIOS updates available, if any.

    You may have to uninstall all previous versions of ATI drivers and then try again.
    First go to Add & Remove Programs and uninstall any ATI/AMD software/drivers. Then use Driver Sweeper to clean up any left overs, reboot, and then try the ATI provided drivers.

    Driver Sweeper: http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/
     
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    i just did removed everything and its still doing the same thing... it will act like its loading windows and the restart
     
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    Did you have any problems before you reformatted the computer?
     
  7. 911help

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    yes the same problem!! i have never found these drivers anywhere
     
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    here you go! i had to resize the pic a bunch so it would fit.
    let me know if this is correct?
     

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    With the SIW window selected use Alt+PrintScreen to get the screenshot then open Paint > Edit> Paste and Save the pic as JPG or PNG file not BMP and it should be much smaller.
     
  11. 911help

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    ah... ok..
    sorry about that everyone!
     

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    Much better but click on Motherboard under Hardware as Triple6 said.

    And no need to say sorry we all had to learn this stuff.
     
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    thanks!!
     

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    Perfect !

    The Video screenshot could help as well but I think we need a bit more about the Unknown Device.

    So go into Device Manager and right-click the Unknown Device, click Properties then click the Details tab, click the text beginning PCI\VEN to highlight it then press Ctrl+C to copy it and paste it into you next post please.

    That should let us identify what the Unknown Device is and then find a driver for it.
     
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    acpi\awy00001\4&1ec577c0&0
     
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