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Find the drivers online from asus's website, just search for your motherboard. Then download and burn the drivers to a cd. Now you have a new driver cd for your motherboard. I hope this helps solve your problem.
visit the link: http://www.opendrivers.com/search/?cx=partner-pub-8421929332612738%3Af5a7r6udu6w&cof=FORID%3A10&q=mercury+pi945gcm+mother+board&sa=Search#1169 These are open drivers so maybe you will have to hunt for your drivers, but once you have identified them you can download the rquired ones.........................sodeep
Go to your computers manufacturer website and look for your systems driver downloads or you can look for the serial# on on the motherboard within your system and get back to me with the serial# of the motherboard. I will help you further if you need my help. You can let me know the computers serial# and make of it and I can locate the motherboard drivers for you.