hugoboss38 22:04 14 Jun 2012

ive got a e-system laptop and had to do a reformat my laptop but now ive lost my drivers its running xp the model number is 3087 and i need my wifi drivers and sound and most of the rest of them lol i need as much help as poss as ive looked everywhere for them even on techguys website but nothing

  finerty 22:25 14 Jun 2012

Did't the laptop come witha driver disc, instruction book or a pdf file?

  onthelimit1 08:49 15 Jun 2012

If you have internet access, try running Slimdrivers (free). I've used it numerous times in a similar situation to yours, and it usually points to the correct drivers from the manufacturers website.

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  hugoboss38 18:06 15 Jun 2012

i didnt get any cds or anything else with this laptop mate gave it to me before he went to the usa to live finerty and to onthelimit ive got no internet on that laptop ive looked everywhere fpr the drivers but page not on the web anymore so does this mean my laptop is for the bin now then???

  lotvic 20:28 15 Jun 2012

when you say you "had to do a reformat my laptop" how did you do this? as I believe e-system laptops and pcs come with a built in 'back to factory image' which includes all the drivers and restores it back to how it was when first left factory.

  hugoboss38 23:50 20 Jun 2012

he installed a new windows xp on the laptop which removed the partition so he has informed me and says he can not remember what he did with the cd if it did come with one so im still not any wiser all i really need is to get the drivers for the wireless then i can find the rest of the drivers online

  rdave13 00:11 21 Jun 2012

Download Portable SIW on another PC, transfer to flash drive and run it on the laptop. Should give you the info on your hardware so you can search for the drivers.

  lotvic 00:47 21 Jun 2012

Why not just connect with ethernet cable to get it online so you can search for drivers when you have run SIW.

also, Might be worth looking in Disc Management to check if the partition with factory image really has gone. You should be able to boot straight into it if you make it 'Active'

  hugoboss38 11:39 06 Jul 2012

i just need the wifi adapter for it can not find anything

  birdface 13:00 06 Jul 2012

Or get an Wireless dongle and use that.

  birdface 13:06 06 Jul 2012

Ignore last thought that you were tring to connect to Wireless.

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