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Where do I find Windows XP motherboard drivers for my ACER ASPIRE M1620

By carlotinsay ·
Please help. My Acer Aspire M1620 came with windows vista home. Its not running good and i want to change it to windows XP. Problem is i cant find the Windows XP drivers for it. I looked at the name of the motherboard and the brand name is FOXCONN. THhe sticker on top which i presume is the model is 945M06A1-GC-6LSSHA2. (THe 0 is zero) and another number i found which im not sure is N15235. Ive been to the foxconn website and i cant find the model of this motherboard. Ive also been to the acer website and it only provides Windows vista drivers.... I really want to change it to windows XP but it will be useless without the drivers. Pls help.

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Go here for your drivers :)

http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/as_1620.html

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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Thanks peconet

by carlotinsay In reply to Go here for your drivers ...

Thanks peconet but its an m1620 aspire desktop but i really do appreciate your reply

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Ok, then go here.. :)

http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/desktop/aspire_m1620.html

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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Actually if you download or have the drivers, then all you do is..

Load on XP and then load on the drivers manually.

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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If you are referring to THIS model, you would be better ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Where do I find Windows X ...

To follow the route of expanding your RAM to at least 2GB.

http://www.asianic.com.ph/product/acer-aspire-1620-desktop

Even Vista Home Basic should be running in more than 512MB of RAM. That may explain why it is 'not running good'.

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Thanks old mycroft

by carlotinsay In reply to If you are referring to T ...

Thanks for the advise old mycroft, i will consider getting a bigger ram.

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