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Can't make my motherboard work

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Epox 4PCA3i, i875P, 800FSB, 8xAGP/6pc/4DDR400, SATA

i reinstaled windows xp and now I can't find any divers or bios for it...what should I do?

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Go to Epox website and download the drivers from there

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