Pinpointing the model of the installed sound card is the first step to finding which multimedia audio controller drivers are needed for Windows XP. Navigating through the control panel and accessing the Device Manager is... More »

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Download audio drivers compatible with Windows XP by accessing the Device Manager dialog box via the Control Panel, selecting your sound controller from the list of installed devices, and updating or installing the drive... More »

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To uninstall Windows XP restart the computer in Safe mode by hitting F8 while Windows is starting, log into an account with administrator privileges, go to Add or Remove Programs in the Control Panel, and double click Un... More »

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Insert your Windows XP installation disc, and follow the on-screen prompts to perform a complete reinstallation. To get started, you need your certified Windows XP disc and some free time for the process to complete. More »

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To access an upgrade for a PC using Windows XP Home, purchase a supported version of Windows and perform a clean installation of the operating system. Microsoft no longer supports upgrading older Windows versions to Wind... More »

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In Windows XP, the Recycle Bin is found on the desktop. It has a bin-shaped icon and can be hidden and unhidden. When the user deletes a file, the icon changes from empty to full to reflect the deletion. More »

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The easiest way to restore Windows XP to factory settings is to perform a clean install. Back up your important files, and set your optical drive as the primary boot device in the BIOS settings. Insert your Windows XP in... More »

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