The new report shows only errors that installing SP2 should clear up...sure looks better than the last one.
Let's go ahead and remove the old directory so you'll have some room for SP2.
First open Control Panel and double click on "Internet Options". Under the "Programs" tab, click on the "Manage Add ons" button. If "Shockwave Flash Object" is listed with the file "Flash9.ocx" (you may have to scroll to the side to see the file name), click on "Shockwave Flash Object" and then tick the radio button below the box to "Disable" it...apply the change. Once we have deleted the old directory, you'll need to "Enable" this again by ticking the "Enable" radio button.
Now open "My Computer" and double click on "Local Disk C:". Right click on the folder named Windows
and choose "Delete"...accept the deletion. Close the My Computer window. This would be a good time to activate Windows if you haven't done so.
, then All Programs
and click on Windows Update
. Download and install all
critical updates...including Service Pack 2.
SP2 may also include the driver you need, so give that a go and if we still end up missing a driver, we'll scrounge it up.
That oughta keep you busy for a bit.