You must log in or sign up to reply here. Press the hard drive icon not the green download button: Hopefully they will work. Should work for XP. Obviously, and this is the exact reason why i started this thread.
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Should take care of the K5e Maybe falconattack will find something also. I will look for some of the drivers but you can also get info on driver location at PCIdatabase. You may want to look further into it. Then run the setup in that folder.
SM-Bus-Controller driver free download for windows – ASUSTeK Computer Inc. – K53E
Everything was installed properly except: Anyway recommended drivers have worked well other than the wireless nic driver. Basically keep extracting until you have a folder called ‘XpUtl’. Please check with your supplier for exact offers. Yes, my password is: It is also necessary to set sata to IDE not ahci in the bios before installing windows xp, which I have installed to separate partition.
Hopefully they will work.
Is there a way to clean the system from Bluetooth drivers completely? I’ve decided to disable bluetooth completely in BIOS. Do you already have an account?
Product specifications may differ from country to country. Have you tried manually setting up the adapter in Windows. I am very happy to have come across this thread as I have k53E and wanted to run under windows XP.
PCB color and bundled software versions are subject to change without notice. I came across these drivers. We recommend that you check with your local dealers for the specifications k553e the products available in your country. Universal Serial Bus Controller: Here is all the info you need: Now i have a question about wireless utility that can replace windows embedded configuration for wifi.
drivers for laptop ASUS K53E (with WinXP SP3) | Support Forums
Sorry falconattack, missed your post. I will continue to look.
They show Windows 7 in the file name of some but I looked at one and XP was in the o53e file. I think your bluetooth driver crapped out because it was a Window7 64bit driver and you are looking for XP 32bit.
Obviously, and this is the exact reason why i started this thread. Is there anything you can recommend me?
Should work for XP. SATA driver works fine. It’s good when things finally work. No, create an account now. Although controllr endeavor to present the most accurate and comprehensive information at the time of publication, we reserve the right to make changes without prior notice. You can try updating the SATA driver.