But now I have another problem. Try this audio driver for Windows Vista: I guess I need to re-learn to read. Ganesh Achar B Replied on November 30, Broadcom or Intel Pro?
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Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Message 4 of As for XP, no, you will not be able to install it while W7 is running, as you’ve already discovered.
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But the problem is, I just can’t find the drivers for Windows 7. When it completed the installation of the OS, it was working until I ran Windows Update and the laptop restarted.
Everything is working except the audio. You were very helpful: If the issue still persists, download and install the latest sound driver that you have downloaded from the manufacturer website.
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Tried it, still no progress. OK, let’s see what we can narrow down: OS windows 7 ultimate 32bit. Thanks for responding anyway.
All times are GMT The Vista driver will work.
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And here’s a screenshot of the device manager if nx90110 of any use. Hi, I’ve installed Windows 7 on my nx Now I’m pretty much in trouble unless I find those drivers or buy a new CD drive: Hi, I’ve got a nx and yesterday I installed Windows 7. You should check that again carefully.
Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support xn9010. Thanks for your help. Those are the ones giving me a giant headache.
Hi, just popped in to say everything is solved. All forum topics Next Topic.
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Sadly the file is gone now, does anyone still have it and can repost it? You will need to wipe the disk clean and then install XP. Now put the CD in and restart. The time now is Post the top string of characters you see. Originally Posted by skunkworks I’ve done that just in case, but all I need is a connection to the internet so I can let Windows to find his own updates. A quick test would be to turn off the computer, disconnect the power, disconnect the hard drive, and then reboot.
You will like W7 much better than XP I assure you.