Posted 06 December 2005 - 05:34 PM
You might try running repair from the Windows XP install disk, if you have one or can borrow one.
Insert disc in cd drive, start computer and it should boot from disk, if not restart computer, go into bios and change boot order to have cd drive ahead of hard drive.
When the screen comes up asking if you want to run the repair console, select no. The next choice will be to reinstall or repair current os. Choose repair.
This should install at least basic drivers for everything, at least enough to get you onto the Internet to dowload updated drivers for those devices that might need it.
One question, how much ram does your computer have? If you are looking to speed your computer up, adding ram is always something to think about. It's cheap these days.