Downgrade from Vista to XP (Driver questions)

After a harsh trojan completely wrecked my operating system, I was forced to install Windows XP on this system. However, the tech that comes with this computer is configured for Windows Vista, and that brings us to my question:

Is it possible for me to get a working driver for this setup? I tried the website for my machine, and they gave me nothing. I tried installing a Vista/7 driver (dumb, but worth a shot I guess), and that didn't work.

Here's a few system specs to help:

OS: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition SP2

Manufacturer: eMachines
Model: EL1850G

Processor: Intel Celeron E3400
Memory: 2014 MB RAM

Direct X Version: 9.0

dxdiag reports that the driver currently being used on this computer is "the generic video driver".

Please help me with this.
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  1. The another solution is you need to upgrade xp from sp2 to sp3;
    download and install the upgrade file from here;
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/downloads/service-packs
  2. if it is a desktop, check the Intel and Realtek website

    Chipset: Intel G41
    GPU: Intel GMA X4500HD
    Audio: Realtek HD 5.1
    LAN: Realtek 10/100/1000
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