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Did you purchase it new?? If so, contact the vendor and ask for the appropriate disks..

According to the Hitachi website, the 2500 series is the cd-rom NOT the model of the system..

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Do you have the windows Cab files on your computer? If you are not sure, type *.cab into Find and let us know what it finds.
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i have found hhupdcab.inf,Wzcab.dll,ycab.dii,and-000cab.trg files
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I believe ya did it wrong, type "*.cab" into Find without the quotes. the "*" is important and so is the "." right after it. It looks like you typed "*cab" or something like that instead. When you install windows its smart to store the cab files on your hard drive. I use c:windows/options/cab/. But they could be else where like c:/cab/, or they may not even be there. :tazz: if you have 'em there should be a bunch! ;)
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there are several files with find on "*.cab".now what to do?
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Find the folder all the cabs are in or at least the folder most of them are in, do you see a file named Setup, it is an exe file? If so double click it and reinstall windows. About all I know to do. :tazz:
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they are windows update setup file in winzip files.there is no exe.fil.there are some backup file in winzip flie also.
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Download Everst Home Edition. Install it run it and generate a report. Add the report to your next post as an attachment. That will let us see exactly what system you have, computer model, video card et al. You might try updating your video drivers if we can find what you need. Also have you tried Msconfig, or looking thru your BIOS setup stuff?
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If it's just the video then figure out what driver you need and just reinstall it. If it's not in CABS just go online and get it.

If you can't figure out the manufacturer, I just open the case and look at the card, then go to that companies website (or and driver site) and download.....
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if I can interject.....

the lack of those tabs is likely a malware infestation, not a driver issue (though a driver install may be needed to repair it).

Start > run
regedit
enter

navigate to

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies

select POLICIES folder on the left, then REGISTRY > EXPORT

name it policies.reg and save it on the desktop

Now, zip the file and attach it to this post....is think you have had some system policies add to your computer by a trojan....
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