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stormy13

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  • Birthday 01/08/1965

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    Commodore Vic 20, Operating system - Commodore BASIC 2.0, CPU - MOS Technology [email protected] ca. 1 MHz, 32KB Ram.
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  1. Also known as "Tiny Footprint mode", http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;Q314227
  2. The following, SIS 900 PCI Fast Ethernet Adaptor Drivers SIS IDE Drivers for Windows Sis UniVGA Drivers SIS 7012 Audio Drivers can all be found on the link that caintry posted, you need to download each one. The ULi driver can be found on Nvidia's update page (seeing as Nvidia bought them out, and then basically dropped all support for it other than hosting the ULi chipset drivers), http://www.nvidia.com/page/uli_drivers.html This might help, http://www.piriform.com/speccy in identifying which motherboard that is in the computer.
  3. You can find a few themes here for Windows 7, http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/downloads/personalize/themes All have a few pictures in them that can be used in a desktop slideshow.
  4. You can download the couple of year old version from Asus (which is newer than whatever is on the driver disk you can't find), http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_775/P5QE/#download or you can use this, http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/detect and get the latest straight from Intel.
  5. The SMBus driver is part of the chipset drivers. If you know what chipset is on the motherboard, then an install/re-install should fix both the SMBus driver and allow the sound driver to install.
  6. Have you tried uninstalling and re-installing the driver for it? Card dust free? Sound cards do produce heat and dust in the right place can act as an insulator. It could also be considering its age that it is just outright starting to die as well.
  7. It found a bunch of errors whether they are real or not because they want you to buy their program. Ken Blake's response on the link you posted sums it up fairly well. Do yourself and your niece a favor and uninstall it before it manages to mess something up.
  8. Once the test is done and on the summary page, copy and paste the URL from the address bar and post it here. Will look like this when posted, http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=24295314&report=Summary
  9. Go here, http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/default.asp let it finish and post back the results (copy and paste the address). And yes you need to install the proper driver. As long as it says standard VGA then it won't work properly.
  10. proofofexistence You need to install the driver for the video card. Before you can do that you need to know the make and model of it first, whether it is onboard video or an actual card. The "standard VGA adapter" is just a generic Windows driver that gets installed when Windows doesn't have a built in driver for it. What motherboard (make and model) do you have if onboard, or make and model if a video card?
  11. You're welcome to it and please keep it on your side of the Detroit River.
  12. Lost my XP link, not that it matters as the method is the same in Vista, Windows 7 and XP, http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/97061-driver-install-device-manager.html
  13. Copy it from the flash drive to the computer, or just run the installer from the flash drive. You'll need the chipset, VGA and wireless drivers.
  14. You can find the necessary drivers here, http://support.gateway.com/us/en/product/default.aspx?tab=1&modelId=3059
  15. 10.2 is the 32 bit version. For 64 bit you need the Flash Square preview, http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10_square.html Just tested it on Windows 7 (sorry no Linux here) with IE9 32 and 64 bit as well as 64 bit Firefox, and full screen on the second monitor works on both. That is with the preview version (shows as version 10.3.162.28) on both 64 bit IE9 and Firefox, and 10.2 on 32 bit IE9; and worked with any combination of the three browsers.
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