Posted 11 February 2008 - 01:52 PM
Yeah, I realized that about five minutes after I made the first post (duh to me). I would have either removed the post or appended it with my mistake, except that after loading XP, I lose all capability to conect to the net. I've narrowed my problem down to my motherboard. There is a list of about seven or eight things that aren't functioning (network adapter, sound system, etc.), all of which are part of the motherboard's onboard stuff. I've managed to set up a partition and get back up with Vista (Thank the maker for Ghost), but I still want to revert to XP, and Microsoft's website is pretty much useless. I've got a few more ideas I'm going to try, but would still appreciate any suggestions.
PS: The main problems I'm having with Vista are that it takes ages to install some programs, and some hardware doesn't work with muy USB ports. I can't get Vista to read my digital camera. It shows that the camera is hooked up (in device manager), but it can't load the driver because "The device is not configured correctly (Code 1)". When I loaded XP, I plugged the camera in and it read it immediately, so the problem isn't the USB port.
"If ignorance is bliss, then wipe the smile off my face."
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