Driver For Sony Laptop

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Iam a Technician. please do post a valid link for the sony notebook drivers, i neeed it badly because i just now repaired one and now don't find any drivers to run the system . please do help me out and a lot of thanx in advance.
OS- windows xp pro
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Model PCG-4DIM
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I don't see that model listed
http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model- ... l=PCG-4DIM
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Don2007 wrote:
I don't see that model listed


thats because it barely exists. its like a ghost laptop..
but you could get drivers from the manufacturers of the parts rather than from sony. which drivers are you looking for?
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AnarchY SI wrote:
Don2007 wrote:
I don't see that model listed


thats because it barely exists. its like a ghost laptop..
but you could get drivers from the manufacturers of the parts rather than from sony. which drivers are you looking for?


Im look for Networkcard drivers,VGA and Soundcard
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my guess would be that you have integrated lan? you should go to http://www.cpuid.org and download cpu-z. unzip the file, open the program, go to the about tab and have it generate an html report. then open up the file and look to see the motherboard manufacturer and its model. once you have that you can search google for the manufacturer, go to their website and find the drivers for your model. that may also provide the sound drivers, so then you'd just need the display drivers. are there any stickers or do you have any documentation about your motherboard that would tell who provides the display hardware? such as ati or nvidia? there are some others but those are the main ones..once you find out who that is you can download those drivers from the manufacturers website.
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Thats because you are looking at the wrong Model number the real model number is in front of the LCD screen if you look closely IN front the bottom left side of the screen you will see a series of numbers, thats the real model number!


I know this is late but, oh well


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