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P5VD2-MX/P5V-VM DH ASUS Motherboard

Everytime I startup or reboot my PC, I am faced with the "Found new Hardware Wizard" referring to an error in Device manager under "Other devices" where 8 PCI Devices are listed. Running the update driver and searching the net or inserting the motherboard CD does not solve the problem. Please help with a site where I can obtain the latest Windows XP Professional drivers for this motherboard

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Http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

Go to ASUS downloadsite, the link above, in the box up to the left where it says "Input model To Search" put in P5VD2-MX, you will now recive 2 MoBos, chose the one you have, press enter, you will now be asked to chose OP, chose XP, all the drivers will now apear for you. Chose them you want, download them and instal them. I recomend you to instal them all since i belive that some of the drivers on your pc is old, thats why you getting that error message.

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