Question about IBM eserver xSeries 205 8480
Firstly, try getting the motherboard model and checking the manufacturer's site.
You could try drivergrabber off majorgeeks.com (easily found on google). Alternatively, try googling the device ID's - found by clicking start > run "msinfo32" OK. In that screen, click the [+] next to components and then go to Problem Devices. In that screen, on the right hand side, you will have things written such as PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_3A3A - go to google and type in exactly as follows "8086 3A3A" and see what you can find.
Alternatively, if you're running a legitimate copy of Windows, Windows update (if on XP you must install Microsoft Update), can often pull these straight down off the Microsoft servers.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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