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#31
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It is going to take another 50 min to download Realtek driver - should I do your second posting instead? Or wait until do the driver first.
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Go ahead and continue download so that you have the driver. No use having to start it all over again as the system will need to be rebooted to get chkdsk scans to work.


Also is it possible to borrow a Xp cd of the same type that you have in your system,
either Home Or Pro?
That would really help get things going if you can.

Edited by rshaffer61, 26 April 2009 - 05:37 PM.

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I downloaded the XP driver and it wasn't compatible.
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I changed the settings in startup and restarted - no change
I changed the settings in services & restarted - no change
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This one right? This is the AC97 audio codec driver

Windows 98Gold/98se/Me/2000/XP/2003(32/64 bits) for Driver only. For Windows 98 SE, DirectX®8 is required to enable advanced features. (Executable file)
Version A4.06
Version date 2008/10/1
Size 18295k
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I would like to have you run the following test so I can check somethings for you.

Go to Start
Go to Run and type in dxdiag and press ENTER

The program will start and you will see a little blue progress bar on the bottom right of the program screen. When done click on Save All Information
Save it to your desktop for ease of getting to.
Please attach to your next reply.
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I took a picture of the errors which are attached. With all of the changes I have lost my Adobe Design Premium CS3 suite - totally sux.

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Yes the driver you mentioned wouldn't run. I tried to re-install it and here is the error: "The software you are installing has not passed Windows Logo testing to verify its compatibility iwht Windows XP. Continuing your installation of this software may impair or destabilize the correct operation of your system either immediately or in the future. Microsoft strongly recommends that you stop this installation now and contact the software vendor for software that has passed Windows Logo testing."
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Ok thank you. Researching it now and waiting on the results of other suggestions.
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Here is the dxdiag.

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Ok found a newer driver then the one you are showing for your sound card. Go HERE and get the 4th driver down with this date.....1/16/2008
This driver is 8 months newer then the one you have
Please let me know if this works for you
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I downloaded the driver and was told it was not the correct driver for this system.
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That driver was for windows vista not XP.
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Time for some serious :) mode here. The issue happened after the replacement of the new hd and the reinstallation from the IT dept from what I have read correct?
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Yes. But everything was fine until a few days ago.
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