Northgate... | Answered on Nov 02, 2011
Try to Update your driver may it will work for you here are
the easiest step for updating the drivers:
Connect your device to the PC using data Cable (USB cable)
Now On Desktop of you PC
Right click on My computer icon and select Properties
Click on Device Manager
(Or follow Start button --> Control Panel --> Device Manager)
Now search for your hardware whom you want to update.
Right click on it and click on Update Driver Software...
It will ask for CD or DVD then insert the driver CD/DVD if you don't have then it will ask for searching the drivers over internet click Yes for it and it will automatically download the drivers for you.
Or you can use Third party software which can search,
Download and Update them for you without making much effort..
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If you were to log on to the
web site, usually one is able to download if
available, by model number, Customer
Instruction Manuals, list
spare parts and service, Driver
Installation Instructions as required.
This is the best way of ensuring up to
date drivers for your system and they are free of charge!
are no XP drivers to be found with Microsoft as XP is no longer
manufacturers may have a limited number of Drivers still listed.
I hope this helps.
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2.look at the cards in the slots to see if you can find anything thatlooks like it might be the brand, a model number - if you see that,tell us what you found. You may have to remove the cards to examinethem properly
3. look at the labelling on the largest chips on the mboard.
If you see VIA - go here - choose Chipset or Platform Drivers:
If you see Intel,
go here and download the utility to identify your chipset:
Once you have identified the chipset, go back to that same web page, and click on the link to drivers for your chipset.
Usuallyyou need to get at least the latest INF Update utility, and the latestApplication Accelerator. If your Intel chipset has integrated (onboard)video, video drivers will be listed - in that case also get the latestvideo drivers.
Northgate... | Answered on Oct 03, 2010
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Step 2: Please assign your manual to a product: