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Cannot install drivers

I have just formatted my computer and now I cannot install some of the onboard drivers. The drivers which cannot be installed are: sm bus controller,Pci device and ethernet drivers. I have tried to download and install the drivers from their website (asrock) but with no succes. When i try to install the onboard ethernet driver it shows a "cannot find proper NIC"-error. There are no errors when I run the other setups but the drivers are not installed. Anybody who have had the same problem or know what to do?

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troels

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  • troelsbugge Oct 02, 2008

    Thanks for the quick answer. Unfortunately I have already tried it and without any succes. I hope you have more suggestions!

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Probably those drivers are not the right ones, usually happen. Did you try to set the new drivers from the device manager? If not go to device manager, choose any and go to properties and hit update, then choose the location where the downloaded drivers are and try again.

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