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Hi Salman,
 
It's very likely that you will need to install the correct drivers for your computer, after installing Windows afresh. Windows 7 will attempt to automatically download ones it knows about, but it's quite common that it is unable to find the correct ones.
 
Go to Device Manager (right-click 'My Computer' and choose 'Propeties', then 'Device Manager'. Are there any items that have exclamation points or triangles by them? Anything saying 'Unidentified'? If so, this is more than likely the problem.
 
if this is a laptop, go to the manufacturersmanufacturer's website, and look for it in the 'Support>Drivers' section.
if this is a laptop, go to the manufacturersmanufacturer's website, and look for it in the 'Support>Drivers' section.
 
Similarly, if it's a branded desktop, do the same. If it is a custom built machine, you will need to to identify the motherboard, and go to the motherboard manufacturer's site to get the drivers. Usually there will be drivers for the chipset, disk controllers, power management, and so on.
 
Hope that helps.
 
PS a small thing, but a matter of 'nomenclature', I daresay: many people refer to the tower, or main 'box' that the computer is in as the CPU. This is incorrect: the CPU is the main microchip on the motherboard. What I think you are refering to is simply 'the tower', or case - or just 'the computer'! The CPU doesn't have RAM, as such. You would say that the motherboard has RAM, if anything. A CPU does have on-board cache memory, but this isn't referred to as RAM.

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原帖由: DeathOnRedBull ,

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Hi Salman,

It's very likely that you will need to install the correct drivers for your computer, after installing Windows afresh. Windows 7 will attempt to automatically download ones it knows about, but it's quite common that it is unable to find the correct ones.

Go to Device Manager (right-click 'My Computer' and choose 'Propeties', then 'Device Manager'. Are there any items that have exclamation points or triangles by them? Anything saying 'Unidentified'? If so, this is more than likely the problem.

if this is a laptop, go to the manufacturers website, and look for it in the 'Support>Drivers' section.

Similarly, if it's a branded desktop, do the same. If it is a custom built machine, you will need to to identify the motherboard, and go to the motherboard manufacturer's site to get the drivers. Usually there will be drivers for the chipset, disk controllers, power management, and so on.

Hope that helps.

PS a small thing, but a matter of 'nomenclature', I daresay: many people refer to the tower, or main 'box' that the computer is in as the CPU. This is incorrect: the CPU is the main microchip on the motherboard. What I think you are refering to is simply 'the tower', or case - or just 'the computer'! The CPU doesn't have RAM, as such. You would say that the motherboard has RAM, if anything. A CPU does have on-board cache memory, but this isn't referred to as RAM.

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