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can someone assist with this device driver issue?
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/WinXP/Q_21099058.html
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tj_deus earned 80 total points
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Hi there,
       I think your problem is that the device drivers could be 16-bit versions, which were still used on the Windows 95 OS.  Try installing the drivers from the control panel by adding new hardware and manually selecting the drivers.  Select 'add new device' and 'show all devices', then Click the 'Have disk' button to locate the drivers for it.

Cheers.
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