It comes included with a set of generic drivers, and can get them through Windows Update sometimes. It's best to install the latest device drivers from their manufacturer's support site though.
Just wanted to get back to you and let you know what I have discovered.
It seems that Windows 8 does install successfully but I am not able to view it on my monitor. It does appear to be a video problem. I guess it is time that I join everyone in the 21st century. I have a test bench in the basement where I assemble systems. I am still using a Sony 19 inch CRT monitor. On a lark I hooked the box up to an LCD monitor and had no problems with the OS installation. It was not connected to the internet and the installation was flawless. I have repeated this more than once, so I am confident, at least in my case, the issue has been resolved.
Perhaps it is time to retire this CRT monitor.
Thanks to everyone for their input. I appreciate it.
- Win 8 pro x64
- Computer type
- System Manufacturer/Model
- home built
- 2X 8G Sport DDR3-1600
- Graphics Card(s)