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having serious problems with newly obtained CPU


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terrific

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Hi frenz,

I recently got a used Dell GX260 Pentium 4 ,1.8 GHz CPU .


It has the following

# Pentium IV 1.8Ghz
# Small Form Factor Desktop
# 256MB of DDR(Double-data Rate) memory
# 20.0 GigaByte Hard Drive
# 64MB Integrated Intel 845 Video
# Integrated Sound
# Integrated Ethernet(10/100)
# CD-Rom
# 1.44 Floppy Drive
# 6 USB 2.0
# Windows 2000 PRO COA.
# Not loaded and no CD included.

All I have done until now is I loaded Windows XP OS . As u know at first the resolution is set to a minimum and I coud not adjust that. I did not get any CDs with drivers from the seller. Please frenz let me know the link from where I can download the drivers needed (64MB Integrated Intel 845 Video) .

Also please let me know what drivers I have to install for having audio.

plesae try to suggest me something as soon as possible

Thanxxx a lot.

Bye
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Tyger

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Go to the Dell webiste, drivers and downloads, put your service tag number in the box, chooose your operating system, then enter that info, it will take you to the page for all your drivers. Put the chipset drivers in first, the others you can do in any order.
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Here you go this link should help:

http://search.dell.c...a...=f&~ck=anav
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I prefer to go to the manufacturers directly, Intel will have the drivers you need on their website.
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