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02-29-2012 11:07 AM
I found the solution on the internet.
So here is what you have to do :
1.Download Driver for Windows XP for your graphics card
2.Save it on your Desktop
3.Right click on setup.exe
4.There should be something called ''Compatibility'' . Click on that
5.Then you should tick the square on the top.
6.Select Windows XP Service Pack 2 from the list on versions below the square
7.Click ''Apply'' and then OK
8.Now run your installer
It should work like this , but if it doesn't let me know
07-01-2012 01:37 AM
Try running the "sp31335.exe" file in windows xp compatiblty mode by right clicking the .exe file and checking run in compatibility mode and choose Windows xp SP3. I had the same problem as well but that fixed it.
11-15-2013 04:48 AM
I install Windows 7 Professionl in HP D530 SFF but when i try to install BIOS update from hp official website there is only option of Winows 98, window XP, windows vista but not option for windows 7.
11-18-2013 08:14 AM
Your particular PC is an older version and there is no Windows 7 drivers or BIOS update, unfortunately. Are you experiencing any problems or issues?
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11-21-2013 09:28 PM
dont knowif you still need help but The Intel chipset is on-board. I discovered the reason for the crappy resolution in Windows 7 was that the memory to share with the video card was set to 1 MB in the BIOS. I changed the auto setting on the cardtoon board and the onboard setting to 8 MB (the maximum) and after the PC rebooted I was able to select a higher resolution.
01-20-2014 12:18 PM
better is downloading and installing the free version of "DriverMax." When you scan your system look for two particular updates: 1. VGA driver and one for the 82865G I/O controller. Install both of these and all problems disappear.