It is normally under the advanced settings. Do you think that you would have any problems getting into the BIOS? When you first turn on the machine, is there a large logo covering the screen? I’m on a Windows XP Home. I’m going through my “My Music” folder and decide to turn on some metal.
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Using the site is easy and fun. Well, the odd thing is, I have no such message that appears during startup. This can cause the sound drivers not to install. Please log in to reply. It is normally under the advanced settings.
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Reboot and try install again” error message. I do just that. Thanks for your help!
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