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Satellite Card Problem

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#1 Capitalistpig


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Posted 07 May 2008 - 08:04 PM

Trying to install a used Broadlogic 2030 (vBox) satellite pci card without an install cd. Windows sees it as a network controller(not identified). Hardware wizard cannot install because of (no drivers). The drivers came from vbox website. When I right click on the following files,windows needs to know what program created them. 1.Default.cas 2.inst App.ex 3. NDVBS.VXD. I can't find a program to associate them with (to?).I'm sort of new to computers so I hope I've got an operator problem. Suggestions? Thanks much, Joe.

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 09 May 2008 - 08:24 AM


Seems that you need to go through Device Manager to install the drivers. The .vxd file is a driver file. If you go into Device Manager, locate your uninstalled device (should have yellow markings beside it), then go through the procedure for updating/installing the driver...all should be well.

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Just guessing...but I suspect that double-clicking on that .exe file should start the install of the drivers, without going throug Device Manager.

I have no idea what that .cas file is, but I would guess that it's nonessential.


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