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Bjhasit

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I can't seem to get my windows updates, When I try I get closed down from the updates, I seem to missing several things from the windows 7, And my registry has problems also
 

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howdy and welcome, what error are you getting from the update service?
 

Bjhasit

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I am missing NVIDIA n force Networking control, Realtek High definition audio, NVIDIA n force serial ATA control, Office jet G510-m Dot 4USB,NVIDIA n force PCI System Manager, USB mass storage Device it says. I am not sure where to get them or load them
 

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where are you saying you are missing those? Those sound like drivers, not updates.
 

Bjhasit

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They are drivers and it says there all out dated and it says I need to update windows 7
 

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They are drivers and it says there all out dated and it says I need to update windows 7
okay, where is it saying you need to update windows 7?

For drivers, click start > run > sysdm.cpl > hardware tab > device manager > check for yellow triangles. Those are the drivers you need. When you find a yellow triangle, check out the hardware ID's on the driver details tab; it should look like PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_24DF&SUBSYS_01681028&REV_02.

The VEN_ is the vendor ID, the DEV_ is the device id; enter both of them at http://pcidatabase.com/. That will give you the details you need to track down the driver. Don't hesitate to post back here; it's a lot to swallow at once.
 

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If that's a factory-brand computer, advise us what brand name and model name and model number it is.

If that's a home-made computer, advise us what brand name and model number its motherboard is.

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Have you installed Windows 7 or Windows 7 SP1?

Is it Home Premium or Professional or Ultimate?

Is it 32-bit or 64-bit?

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