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phillpower2

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Try http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307890 it may help.
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Dear All,

Thank you very much for all your advice on this post. I have now re-installed windwos xp from an old oem disc which I found lying around, I have activated it and am in the process of trying to update all the relevant drivers. I think I should close this thread now and say once again ta big thanks to those of you who took the time to help.

I may have a couple more queries coming up soon.

Cheers.

Sal.
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Hi Sal
Thanks for the update, I am glad to hear you got it sorted ( your last reply was at 2.14pm so you are probably still installing updates :whistling: )

We don`t close topics @ GTG without good reason such as unsuitable content or by the OPs request to a Moderator or Admin.

I may have a couple more queries coming up soon

Post in the relevant forum and someone will assist you there, good luck.
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