- Oct 17, 2008
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Ian, your post regarding Drivers for Windows 7 was clear and concise. Thank you for the simple, organised, and informative post. I have some issues with outdated hardware that probably rules out any quick fix by downloading drivers would resolve. But, I will certainly try this approach to get the most out of the new Windows 7 OS.
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Thank you clifford_cooley for your advice. I know that my PC is really obsolete. It ran XP just fine and I liked the system, but I hated what I was hearing and observing about Vista.Hi clearwater - Welcome to the site :ciao:
Here is my two bits worth. One of the things that you need to realize is that your computer is so old that everything needs to be replaced. The Hard drives, optical drives, and PCI cards are all that can be used in the new system. That is if you can find the drivers for them to run under Windows 7.
With this said after all the replacements, You have practically bought a new PC anyway. The only question would be whether you want to build a PC or would you rather buy a name brand PC.
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