Ok, here's the deal... I purchased an HP debranded athlon from geeks.com. Here's the link. http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=TS-0001A-AMD112-R&cpc=SCH The system specs are... Brand:HP Memory (RAM): 1,000 MB Hard Drive Capacity: 160 GB Processor Type: AMD Athlon 64 Operating System: Not Included Processor Model: AMD 3500+ Primary Drive: CD-RW/DVD Combo Condition: Refurbished INTEGRATED VIDEO CARD. The PC came with no drivers or driver discs whatsoever. As it is debranded, they did the best that they could at covering up everything that specifies just what type of computer it is. I did some research and made a couple of long phone calls and figured out what kind of PC it was. As there are no drivers, I cannot connect to the internet to download updates or drivers. I was referred to the program belark to figure out what all of my individual components are for the PC. There is no way to xfer the file onto the new PC, as there are no drivers for the USB or removable storage. I have a PC with no drivers, and consequently no internet connection, no way to transfer files (update files/driver files) onto it, and nowhere else to go. What can/should I do? This is ridiculous.