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Usb drives missing. cd dvd writer does not work Can't get onto internet without USB I hav a lap top which i can get these downloads

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Hi bonusglass, click on the link below for all software/drivers for the ASUS P4P800 SE MB.

You will not find a driver for USB's. The reason you will not is USB's are updated through windows update service. There may be another reason your USB's are not working. Enter into your bios & open your manual to help you navigate while in the bios. See section 4.4 "Advanced menu", page 4-16. High-light & open "USB Configuration". See section 4.4.6 page 4-25.
Make sure all USB's are enabled in your bios. After making changes, save the bios & exit. The system should restart & your USB's should function.

If by some chance your USB's still do not function just let me know what operating system you are running. Include information about your CD/DVD writer. Is it external? Name & model number please.

Good luck bonusglass!

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