Drivers for Vista

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  1. crish

    crish

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    Hi,

    I need information about what are the drivers that I need for windows vista and Inspiron 9400 .

    I am getting the following messages just before the install begins and a few of the app compat reports that were generated upon different setup failures.


    The reports say ..

    Update after installing Windows
    Install new versions of these programs
    Base System Device
    1394 Net Adapter
    Where do I get new versions?



    My configuration of Inspironis Inspiron 9400 (2.0 GHz; 2.0 GB RAM; nVidia Geforce Go 7800 w/256 MB..

    Thanks in advance..
     
    crish, Mar 16, 2006
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  2. crish

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    You don't. If they're not included, they likely don't exist as of now.

    1394 device is firewire, and you dont NEED that.
     
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    Ya My laptop has a ? mark by the Net Apadpeter as well I dont care about it. Some companys have vista beta drivers out so check their website.
     
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    What is that I can conclude with it. Do I need to overlook the reports!!! Is there any other possible way to get around the problem because finally my set up is becoming a failure..

    I've tried with both 5308 and 5308.60 builds of Feb CTP.

    Thanks in advance.
     
    crish, Mar 20, 2006
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