CF-28 WinXP & Win2000 Drivers - Please assist

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  1. UNCNDL1

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    On my CF-W8 I have the same problem as you. I am using "Internet Explorer 8" and will not let me update it to a higher version because I am using XP . I have install "Google Chrome" and now have no problem connecting to the internet. You can thank MS for your problems.
     
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    My question is... why are these "CF-28" discs labeled "FZ-G1 Series"? I thought Toughbook recovery disks were strictly limited by Model and Mark numbers.

    Confused Wally
     
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    maybe just the wrong photo.
     
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    I sent the seller a message asking about them. What I am wondering is...XP on a FZ-G1 MK2 ?? I thought they were W7 ??
     
  7. li0n

    li0n Newbie

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    Alright, I've installed another browser (since chrome kept giving me errors while installing) and it all works just fine.
    Now I'll have to install some low-resources antivirus (Bitdefender gave me a warning about the poor performance of my PC), and I am set.
    Thank you for all your help boys! :)

     
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    The guy sent me a message this morning . The CD's are for a 28. My guess Heartlands messed up when they printed the label for the cd's. I knew something was messed up when I noticed it said G1 and it had XP for an operating system which is just too old for a G1
     
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    New info:
    Use MK3 drivers for a MK2. Don’t for the MK1. The MK is basically a new computer. Like a Ford F-150 is the MK1 and the F-250 is the MK2 and MK3. I personally don’t like MK1 CF-28s but if I get offered one it’s something I think about every day then I would get it

    For the truck enthusiasts I added that ;)
     
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    Use a antivirus like this: (link soon because I am not at my toughbook at the moment)
     
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