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mpc Transport x1000 drivers

I have noticed I cannot get to buympc.com or any site related to mpc. I have read they went out of business this past December of 2008. Does anyone of where I can download or request a CD for drivers to a Transport x1000? For some reason the drivers I find on the net will not install, the video driver is the main problem. I need all drivers.

Specs:
OS: Windows XP Pro
Model: x1000
Serial#: 3673305-0001
P/N: NBK001775-02
S/N: EU3QCHCQO412008F

I downloaded the Atheos AR5211 driver from some driver site and when I reboot after install, I do not get any windows screens. Even during a safe mode boot.

Thanks for the help.
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dmcmullenii
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souseranCommented:
Please post the Device Instance ID. To get it, right-click on My Computer. Select Manage. Select Device Manager. In the right-hand window, choose a device that shows as Unknown or has a Yellow Exclamation mark. Click on the + next to it to expand on it. Right-click on it. Select Properties. Go to the Details tab. Select Device Instance Id. Click once on the string that looks like this: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1229&SUBSYS_00708086&REV_10\4&25296D99&0&50F0

Press Ctrl-C to copy the string and Ctrl-V to paste it into a message here.

See these instructions, which include screen shots, if you need more help with the process.

Finding Device Manager Name and Plug'n'Play (PnP) ID  

http://www.lumanate.com/aspx/faqdevicemanagernamepnpid.aspx
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MarkCommented:
As of March of this year, MPC does not have a support site.
There is a movement afoot that is trying to fill the void at this site http://mpctechsupport.com/
They are trying to build a new support site http://mpcdrivers.com/ but no drivers are available as it is still under construction.
You can use the first link to ask for driver help on their forum.
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dmcmulleniiAuthor Commented:
VGA Controller
PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4C66&SUBSYS_0701152&REV_02\4&1930D262&0&2808

With Everest Home Edition
ATI Mobility Radeon 9000 (M9) Video Adapter
ATI Radeon IGP-340(M) / Radeon 7000 IGP AGP Controller
ATI Radeon IGP-340(M) Host-PCI Bridge
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souseranCommented:
The VGA Controller information should be directly from the card, so that's the information I used.

VEN_1002=ATI
DEV_4C66=Radeon Mobility 9000 series

Based on the Device Instance Id, this should be your driver:

Catalyst" 6.11 Display Driver for Windows XP Professional/Home Edition

https://a248.e.akamai.net/f/674/9206/0/www2.ati.com/drivers/6-11-pre-r300_xp-2k_dd_ccc_wdm_38185.exe
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