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Drivers for Acer Aspire 5610z using Windows XP Pofesional

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Can someone help me with the drivers for the Acer Aspire 5610z using Windows XP Professional. Unable to get the ----modem,video,ethernet and network drivers on the Acer support web site. Thanks in advance.
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and download the driver you need.
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sibisteanu  ----> downloaded the ethernet lan driver from this recommended site. There is no  setup file and I tried 'device drivers' install and 'hardware install' cntrl panel. None of the two worked.How do I install this driver ?Thanks in advance.

Tried the other sites as well. I am unable to install the Lan driver.

Any recommendations and\ or suggestions will be highly appreciated.
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Download this and unpack:
ftp://ftp.work.acer-euro.com/notebook/aspire_5610/driver/Lan%20Driver%20Broadcom%205787%20Ver.9.25.0.0.zip

1. right click on My Computer -> Properties -> Hardware -> Device Manager
2. Look for devices with an yellow mark, double click it
3. go to driver -> Update driver
4. choose "Install from a list or specific location ->next
5. choose Don't search I will choose the driver to install -> next
6. have disk -> browse to where you unpacked the driver files and press ok


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