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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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