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generic drivers for xp ??

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You could always use 7zip or any other program to decompress those files and burn them to a dvd then just update the drivers and tell it to scan the disk and that should take care of a large amount of the hardware. Or do a slipstream in mode 1 with the quickstream cache, Basically that will compress the files  so that it takes less space, and MAY fit on a cd.

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Well I found the solution to the problem. I got this. http://www.innovative-sol.com/drivermax/index.htm and backed up both c and d drive drivers. While this program is free and really works well, I tried it today on a fresh install job, by far the best, be careful. They want your e-mail address to send you a key. I used a "spam acount" and boy did I get nailed with spam. Its just a generic yahoo account I use for forums and this kind of stuff.

Been almost 2 days with no sign of my key as of yet. I went in search of one and found one, it works fine, unlocked it. Seems funny had to search the dark side of the net for a key for this free program. Odd.  :idiot2:

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