changeing motherboards

  MANDY 23:15 23 Mar 03

hi everyone can some tell me what i need to delete from the regestry etc so as when i fit a new board it just installs the new drivers as regd espacally with win 2000 and xp i have heard that if you delete some folders in the reg that it will work ok thanks andy.

  woodchip 23:22 23 Mar 03

Your best bet is a reinstall from clean drive

  AMD_MAN23 00:02 24 Mar 03

I agree with woodchip, although it might be o.k. with windows 2000 but you will definatly have a problem with windows xp.


  Phased 00:49 24 Mar 03

You havent got much to loose though by fitting the board and sitting back, windows will be well upset by the changes though but I've done it with XP.

  DieSse 01:39 24 Mar 03

Whilst you may get a sort-of working system without reloading Windows from scratch - but you'll get a much faster cleaner system if you do.

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