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Intel® P35 Express Chipset driver...

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Un related question. Im putting all these drivers onto a flash drive but when i tried to put the intel chipset drivers it says: The maximum number of secrets that can be stored on a system has been exceeded.
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That message may be caused by some infection, or one of your security programs.
Why are you downloading those drivers to a flash drive?
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That message may be caused by some infection, or one of your security programs.
Why are you downloading those drivers to a flash drive?


Because the computer that needs them doesnt have internet at the moment so im transporting them through flash drive


Also my video card is up and running thank you very much

Edited by Jacob929292, 24 April 2009 - 10:54 PM.

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Very good :)
Try to move those drivers one at a time, erasing flash drive afterwards.
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Um can u explain how i Install the chipset and sound drivers please. I don't want to mess up.
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Click on Download link on Intel site.
On next page select your OS, which is XP Pro, then click Go button.
On next page, click on Download button next to:
2. INF Update Utility - Primarily for Intel® 4, 3, 900 Series Chipsets (2455KB)
Accept license agreement on next page.
On next page click on:
Download INF Update Utility - Primarily for Intel® 4, 3, 900 Series Chipsets
Download of infinst_autol.exe will start.
After downloading, simply double click on downloaded file.
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As for the sound driver, it comes as Realtek_Windows_V51005296.zip file.
Unzip it, and go to ...\Realtek_Windows_V51005296\Realtek_Windows_V51005296\32bit folder, where you'll find AsusSetup.exe file.
Double click on it.
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Is there any way to check if the chipset installed succesfully?????
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If the installation didn't complain about anything, you should be OK.
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OK

I'm installing sound drivers now..

Edited by Jacob929292, 24 April 2009 - 11:34 PM.

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When i open up the folder called Realtek_Windows_V51005296 I have the sub folders 32bit and 64bit. Which one do i choose and what do i do after that???




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Edited by Jacob929292, 24 April 2009 - 11:37 PM.

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Ok when i click on the AsusSetup.exe it says in an Message box : Does not support this operating System: WNT_5.1P
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Strange....
Try this one: http://www.soft-go.c...0.5296_210.html
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Ok now i need help with something different.
I have a wireless DLink card.

It is DWL G520 Airplus Xtreme G
High Speed 802. 11g
Wireless PCI Adapter
Can you help me find the drivers for it also.
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