I had a System Crash and had to install a different hard drive on my computer. The drive that crashed was a 120GB, and I installed a 40GB drive from one of my older computers, as I wasn't sure if this was the problem and didn't want to buy a hard drive and have it not work. Everything installed ok with a few files that didn't install during the XP installation, one of the files being the OEMBios.bin file. I have a restoration disk, but it didn't install the driver files I need. How can I get these drivers installed on my System? My computer is an E-Machines T3516 Desktop PC. It originally had 512 MB of Memory, but I installed a 2GB Memory Chip about a year ago, and the computer isn't quite 3 years old. Also is it advisable for me to get an internal hard drive with more storage space, or should I keep the 40 GB drive in my system since it does boot up my computer and invest in an external hard drive with more storage capacity that is connected via USB?
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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