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Topic # 30008 26-Jan-2009 17:57
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I have no clue trying to get Diamond video card on 98 upgraded to XP windows. I have looked at Diamonds web page and sent their a thousand times and looking for Viper v550 SDR PCI 16 MB tv multimedia serial #0590700001735. Help!!!Laughing 

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Reply # 193184 1-Feb-2009 11:34
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thanks found it downloaded found out it has a worm.  deleted it.  then my husband downloaded installed and now the drive will not load.  I think the motherboard is not good.  the guy we bought it from said it worked.  for about 2 days.  something else is the matter. thanks.  trying to get a computer to work for a friend; bought used computers that are home made with xp upgrades

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Reply # 193193 1-Feb-2009 12:35
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bratzdolls: thanks found it downloaded found out it has a worm.  deleted it. 


Did you download from the link I provided you or from somewhere else? The link provided here is directly to the manufacturer so I'd be surprised to see the files is infected.




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  Reply # 193215 1-Feb-2009 14:53
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Could be a false positive.. upload the file to www.virustotal.com which scans the file with like 20 virus checkers and gives you the results.  It's a free service.

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