|Drivers for logitech keyboard and Linksys network adapter|
I have WindowsXP permanently on my first PC. My second PC had XP but it was not activated and thus would not work for more than 30 days. As you are probably aware, I am only allowed to use my XP installation on one PC.
I just did a reinstall on the second PC and used up my last allowed reinstallation. Now I need to call Microsoft to get their permission to reinstall. If I do that it will mess up my install on my first XP machine.
I would just go ahead and install Ubuntu instead but I first need to get my wireless keyboard an
d network adapter drivers installed.
So, in a nutshell heres my problem...
I can not install my drivers for my Logiteck ex110 wireless keyboard-mouse combo or for my Linksys wusb54gc because I can not install Windows XP on this computer.
If I go ahead and install Ubuntu can I get Linux drivers?
And while I have your attention, I just installed a new Gigabyte GA-M61SME-S2 motherboard. I cannot install the drivers for it either since I can't get the keyboard to work.
Normally you would just insert the cd and reboot but this cd will not boot. And the manual says to load the drivers from Windows.
Is there a way to get these drivers into the motherboard without Windows?