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Thanks.
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You are welcome and we will continue to monitor this topic for your results.
Good luck and we are here if you need more assistance.
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Hi friends,

As you tried to help much on this case I am obligated to announce about the solution.I reinstalled windows xp sp2.Everything is runnig well for now.I am not thinking about installing sp3 hehe :).But there is something that worries me.There are some drivers that cannot be installed.Here is screenshot.I have drivers for the modem but when I try to install them it says MODEM NOT FOUND.And what's for the audio driver...I double-click the installation file it install it self,ask to rewrite some files and then the installation suddenly quits.I have no idea what is the problem.

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Check this forum out HERE about the high definition drivers.

The other suggestions is to uninstall one at a time and see if windows can install them correctly.
These drivers should be on the MOBO drivers disk
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MOBO?
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MOBO stands for Motherboard.
MO ther

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