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PLEASE HELP WINDOWS XP


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daddy_yankee

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?other devices

?!speedstream thats what it says.
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Speedstream should be your network adaptor. We can see about updating that driver, but I'm still a little unsure of what could be causing the error. I'll ask for a little help with it and see if anyone has some ideas.

To fix the driver problem, I need you to download Everest Home and install it. Run Everest Home and click on Report. In the wizard, change the report to System Summary Only, and make sure it is set to HTML. Then once the report is created, save the report and attach it to your next post.
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Ok, after talking about it, we'll try having you log in as a true administrator. Some programs are very particular about what type of account you are using.

Are you using win xp home or pro?
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