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Old 02-24-2009, 12:39 AM   #1
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Hi there, i recently formatted my medion Mt6 and now there is an exclamation mark next to ethernet controller (there is next to other things aswell but ethernet controller is what i need working) which means i cannot access the internet from that PC.

the serial number for my pc is MED S/N 11151010030965

does anyone know what driver i need to install to get it working?

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Old 02-24-2009, 02:42 AM   #2
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I have Solved it :D but i still have a problem with the network controller, multimedia controller and PCI simple communications controller? all of them have an exclamation mark in device manager? does anyone know where i can find the drivers for them?

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HI,
Can you go to the Device Manager.
Post the errors you have (yelleo!?, or RedX)

Also on these errors can you Right Click>Properties>Details Tab
Post the info you find under Device Instance ID.

This will help me identify your hardware.

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Hi, thanks ok the errors i have are.

Multimedia Controller (yellow !?) PCI\VEN_1131&DEV_7134&SUBSYS_000316BE&REV_01\4&1F7DBC9F&0&10F0

Network Controller (yellow !?)
PCI\VEN_1260&DEV_3890&SUBSYS_001417CF&REV_01\4&1F7DBC9F&0&00F0

PCI Simple Communication Controller (yellow !?)
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1040&SUBSYS_104016BE&REV_00\4&1F7DBC9F&0&20F0

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Hi,
Go here:
http://www.medionusa.com/
Select: Download Library (More)
Enter your MED s/n: 11151010030965

You will need to install:

Wlan Driver:PRISM GT 802.11g 54Mbps Wireless Controller
Modem:Modem Driver Creatix V 9x DSP Data Fax Modem
TV turner: Driver Software TV-Tuner Philips 7134-Chipset:
PC-Combo Modem/TV-Tuner CTX908, TV-Tuner CTX910 (I think)

Let me know how you make out.
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Old 02-24-2009, 09:10 AM   #6
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hi, sorry ive downloaded the installers and ran them and installed them to C:/Medion then restarted pc and rescaned devices in device manager but there are still yellow exclamation marks? am i installing to the wrong directory?
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Hi,
These drivers are exe files that extract to C:/Medion. it APPEARS they do not contain a Setup exe. file.
Try this manual install
Go to the Device Manager:
Right click on the error>Update driver>No not at this time>Install from a list or specific location (Advance)>Select include this location in the search>Browse
Browse to the C:Media folder to the driver folder you need for the device
See if XP will pickup the drivers

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No Xp did not pick up the drivers :( Thanks for your help
i dont suppose there is much more i can try?
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Do you still have the same errors?
Did any of them get fixed?
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Nope, i extracted all the driver files from all three installations to C:/Medion and did the manual install thing on all three errors but none of them found the drivers :S
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Let try this:
Extract the drivers you downloaded to your OWN Folders (not C:/Medion)
Make 3 new folders in My Documents
Name each one one of the following:
Wlan Driver:For your PRISM GT 802.11g 54Mbps Wireless Controller
Modem:For your Modem Driver Creatix V 9x DSP Data Fax Modem
TV turner: For your Driver Software TV-Tuner Philips 7134-Chipset:
PC-Combo Modem/TV-Tuner CTX908, TV-Tuner CTX910

Now, one at a time extract (Right click on the driver) the appropriate drivers to the appropriate folder you made.

Go to the Device Manager>Right click on the error>Update driver>No not at this time>Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)>Select include this location in the search>Browse
Browse to the appropriate driver and guide it to the folder you made in My Documents.

See if XP will pickup the drivers.

If it does not go through the wizard again, but this time select Don't search. I will choose the driver to install
Click on HAVE DISK
Browse to the folder in MY Documents you made for the appropriate driver.

Let me know how you make out.
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hi, thanks so much for all your help so far.
Xp still woudnt pickup the drivers from my own folders

and i chose the 'dont chose i will select' option but i couldnt see a 'HAVE DISK' option anywhere?
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Go to the Device Manager and Uninstall the Devices in error.
Reboot the computer
See if XP will pick them up.
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Hi, thanks for your reply
i uninstalled them from device manager and rebooted, xp found the hardware but not the drivers :(
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HI,
Give me some time to see if I can find others drivers that may work.
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Hi,
Let see if we can get the wireless working first.
Open the Wlan folder you made.
Inside this folder you should see 3 sub folders
Go to the WinXP 2.1.5 folder
Inside this folder you should see PRIMSTA exe.
Click on this icon and see if it will install the wireless card.

As far as the Modem and TV Turner
In side these folder you extracted you will see an XP Sub Folder
Inside the TV Tuner folder you should see a PhTvTune inf. file
Direct your search to this folder and file.

The Modem is similar but direct the search to this file: ctxs51 inf. located in the XP Sub Folder

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hi thanks, i tried clicking the PRIMSTA.exe but nothing seemed to happen, the wireless still had an excalmation mark in device manager, i also tried directing the searches but the drivers still werent picked up :(
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hi i found this website,http://list.driverguide.com/list/com...ge1/index.html, it has a ton of drivers for medion but i dont know if any are the correct ones?
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HI,
They appear to be the same drivers that I gave you.

When you reformated the drive what XP disk did you use?
An original XP CD or a copy?

Was SP3 downloaded or part of the install?

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Old 03-02-2009, 07:37 AM   #20
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Hi, well i formatted the drive using an original xp Cd (home edition SP1) and obviously installed home edition sp1, then i upgraded using my own copy of Xp Pro Sp3 (slipstreamed from an original)

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