TI PCI 1520/4520 Cardbus Controller support for Windows 98, SE, Me, Windows 2000 - Think Pad G41, R40, R50, R50e, R50p, R51, R51e, R52, R60, T30, T40, T40p, T41, T41p, T42, T42p, T43, T60, T60p ...Alright so I just restored this old XP Pentium 4 PC and because I already owned an XP desktop I decided to install Windows 2000 but the installation caused problems and eventually I just stuck to Windows 98SE.
(ie PCI communication device )You will then get the following screen, from here you choose where to look for the driver.
The first place to look would be on the driver CD or floppy disk if supplied.
These may or may not have a Question mark, or an exclamation mark.
Some devices will be listed under the category of Unknown Devices.
The following is the instruction to connect to TV: 1).
Connect with TV by either a S connector or an AV connector. Boot the Win95/98/ME system up then you will find the tap Si S TV-OUT under Display Properties.2 Install the driver installation file on XP and transfer the file to a floppy disk and then switch to the 98SE and insert the floppy disk and install according to the procedure.3 Burn a copy of the motherboard iso onto a blank CD-R disc on my Windows 7 PC and then switch to the 98SE PC and install the drivers from the disc.Here is a picture of the drivers I'm looking for- IMG_20151014_181810936_The motherboard that I have is an old PCChips PC400 VT8233 motherboard.I also have no USB and internet access on my PC so basically the only way for me to install the drivers are- 1 Search the house for the motherboard disc.Check your VBIOS version, go to "Control Pannel"-"Product information", and you can see the VBIOS information, please check if it is updated to 2.28.00 or later.3.