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INTEL 845GL compatible drivers for Longhorn Vista 5112...Anyone?


klan
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HIall

recently I installed Windows Longhorn Vista build 5112

Installation was fine...

But the Graphics that came was Horrible and the resolution was not even 800X600..

I tried to find the drivers from the drivers folder in the dvd but failed to find one

Plz help me out if somebody has information on where I can find the VGA/Audio/Intel Drivers

I have Intel 845GL original motherboard...

The Chipset drivers that came with Intel CD are not working

They say Operating System not supported

I even searched the Intel website for drivers but they have not put it up yet as of now!

Plz post here so that everyone gets a share..

Thanks.

Thank you..

Instructions implemented..

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Install Intel drivers- "intel inf 7.2.0.1006" and "IntVGA_2k_xp_614103865" in Compability mode with XP. It works in Vista 5112, 5219 and 5231.

You can try with elder drivers.

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Install Intel drivers in Compability with XP. It works in Vista 5112, 5219 and 5312.

Tried this in the latest build (5231) - I'm still getting the "OS not included" error message - so I'm stuck with the really bad resolution.

HELP!

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Install Intel drivers- "intel inf 7.2.0.1006" and "IntVGA_2k_xp_614103865" in Compability mode with XP. It works in Vista 5112, 5219 and 5231.

You can try with elder drivers.

Cheers geris - I'll try this tonight

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Install Intel drivers- "intel inf 7.2.0.1006" and "IntVGA_2k_xp_614103865" in Compability mode with XP. It works in Vista 5112, 5219 and 5231.

You can try with elder drivers.

Cheers geris - I'll try this tonight

Looks like I managed to successfully install both driver sets highlighted above.

However - when I boot into Vista - I get a black screen when the login screen should be showing - and cannot seem to get any further.

Any ideas?

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