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restoring Windows xp

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by JustSusy, Jan 26, 2007.

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  1. JustSusy

    JustSusy Thread Starter

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    Someone Please Help.

    I had to restore Windows XP home editon. I installed all the cds and restarted the computer. When I click next on the page where I put all my personal information (name, address etc) I get an error 404 page. How can I get pass this page so I complete the set up?
     
  2. Old Rich

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    Have you loaded the driver for your network card?
     
  3. JustSusy

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    nope. how do i do that?
    I am really clueless about this/about comps.
     
  4. Old Rich

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    What brand and model is the pc?
     
  5. JustSusy

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    compaq presario 4409cl
     
  6. Old Rich

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    You can go to the HP Website and download the drivers for your pc.
     
  7. JustSusy

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    oh thanks.
    do i need to download all drivers (driver display, diver audio, and diver modem)?
     
  8. Old Rich

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    Look in Device Manager ( Right click on My Computer . . select Manage . . Device Manager ) to see which devices need drivers . . anything with a yellow ! or in the "Unknown" heading need drivers
     
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