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    http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/...0_182_869_4348^871^2336~4233,00.html


    is that the right driver to download for an xp2000+ running on XP Home Edition?

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    I'm sorry but ya link, wella she don'ta work m8. :cry:

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    sorry wiggo...kinda weird....i cut and pasted that link earlier...

    heres the link:

    http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/...0_182_869_4348^871^2336~4233,00.html

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    Well it still ain't workin' but with a few words on ya prob and a bit of copy and paste from that page ya lookin' at may give someone here a clue. ;)

    I'll be back in a couple of hours if someone else hasn't got ya fixed by then. ;)
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    hmmm....it seems that i cant just link you straight there. click this link http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/...1^2336,00.html and then click the second driver, the one listed as "Windows® 2000/XP AGP Driver - Microsoft Digitally-Signed, Version 5.33 (Windows® 2000/XP only)"

    It's that driver

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    A processor doesn't need drivers...
    If it ain't broke, tweak it!

    Does it look that I care?

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    Ok I think I see the picture here now. :D

    Please tell me the Brand and Model number of the motherboard? ;)


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    Quote Originally Posted by BeaM-R
    A processor doesn't need drivers...
    Look at the link and you'll see it refers to drivers for an AMD based motherboard chipset.
    Old age and treachery will overcome youth and skill
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    Hey BeaM-R, take a look at this. :p

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