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I'm not so sure about that, but it is definitely a possibility.
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Hoping knoker had the good sense to Format, do a clean Windows SP3 Install, and get on with things.
When I look at the initial post he made for assistance on Aug 12 2009, 12:56 AM There, there's gotta be a bit of common sense involved in the proportion of these problems :)
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Hey all.. So i'm back to the PC.. I have decided to get a clean win xp sp3 install, soon as i will get the orginal draiver cd' s on my hands..

Just wana say big thanks to you all, for the best support!!!010101!!!

I will post agen if new problems will popup! x)
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All right then! :)
Post back when you have finished the reinstalling Windows and let us know if you encounter any problems. Hope it all goes well!
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