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Solved: recoverry question

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by DEVGRU, Feb 16, 2007.

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  1. DEVGRU

    DEVGRU Thread Starter

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    ok i have tried to recover my windows xp media center edition on my Gateway
    GT5232E since i got a bigger had drive i am using the disc that came with my
    computer but when i get to the part were it usually install all that annoying trial
    software (not that i mind) but it wont find any of my hardware at all and it wont
    play any system sound or install network cards so i cant even download the drivers
    I cant find any way to fix this problem or am i just not looking hard enough :D i
    need this fixed soon so if any one has any ideas please help.
     
  2. bonk

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    Is that the only disk you got with the PC and no other CDs with other drivers on it like a Utility disc.
     
  3. DEVGRU

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    yes there is ill try that lol i should have looked before
     
  4. DEVGRU

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    ok i got it it work perfect now hoary
     
  5. bonk

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    Good to hear...thanks for the update
     
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