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Windows XP Professional SP3 All SATA Drivers All LAN W Utorrent


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this issue has to do with the isa drivers, which have been superceded by the plug and play architecture for the last 14 years. like most people here, i had to bypass the isa/isa compatibility and work with the plug and play architecture. as i said earlier, one of the things i did was that i applied the latest updates for the pci ethernet controller and the pcie fpga in the motherboard in order to take advantage of the latest technology.


thanks for sharing this information. like you, i have an older computer that i use for a nas. i use it a lot in the evenings on my home network that's connected to the isp router. i've found that upgrading to windows 7 does give me better performance when uploading huge files, but i don't know if it's the nat or the isp router. at home, i have one ethernet port and use a wireless card in the laptop to connect to the isp router.


thanks for the info, i will be giving it a shot. my ftp server has been running on an old crappy laptop since 2009, i was planning to be able to retire it, but it seems the windows 10 and 18 is the new standard with linux being the "lesser" os. i was working on a website that required an apache ftp and a front end for the users to upload files to the system. the guys managing the website built their own solution that directly connected the users computer to the ftp server through windows remote desktop connection. when the user uploaded a file, the changes were automatically mirrored from the server to the local computer.


bought a new hp laptop with windows 10 and ran into a little snag; couldn't figure out how to log in. i knew the username and pswd so i entered those on the hp website and nothing. i tried a few things. i tried the disk (i usually use a uy flash) and it allowed me to log in. i tried the bios to make sure the windows disk was the first boot and it didn't help. so i turned it off and started over again. turned on the computer and tried the web browser. now it just hangs on the "loading" screen. i can't even get the hp website to load at all. this happened when i switched to the usb cable; when i plugged it back in it started to work again. anyone have a fix 3d9ccd7d82






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