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Plug and Play problems with new motherboard

Posted on 1998-04-29
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A friend has installed a new motherboard, a Gigabyte TX3 (GA-586TX3) and also re-installed Windows 95. However he's now finding that his AWE64 (ISA) and Righteous 3D (PCI) aren't being picked up by Windows. Any ideas? He's not sure whether it's a BIOS issue or a Windows 95 issue or something else.
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Windows 95 have limited drivers so your friend can find his video card and sound card under unknown device if he remove it and reboot system windows will ask for drivers from manufacturer. If this doesn't help go to add new hardware and don't let windows search for new hardware just goto video cards and click on have disk and put floppy with drivers do  the same with sound card under multimedia , joystick, ...
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Remove the .INF files for the Unwanted device from WINDOWS\SYSTEM\IOSUBSYS
remove device in device Manager list. Retart Computer

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