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The Asus support site is set up as a script so I can't copy the link and paste it here for you, but you can step through the selections to reach the downloads for your board. What I did find is that they do not have any drivers except for the LAN and BIOS available for Windows 7. You can try some of the other sites on the Internet offering drivers, but I put more faith in the manufacturer's site. If they don't have drivers available and your board won't work with the available Vista drivers, you will probably need to replace the motherboard with a later, W7-compatible model.
If your LAN is embedded to the motherboard:Find the model and maker of your motherboard and visit their website. When at their website look for a section called "support" or something of the like. Inout your model number and a download page for drivers n such should come up. Download the needed drivers adn you should be done.
If the LAN is an expansion card, not embedded to motherboard: Same as above but instead you need the info on the card, not the motherboard.
If you have Discs that came with your computer, they should also have the needed drivers.
Simply enter the model number (M2NPV-VM) on the box on the top left and it will bring up all the drivers for you, I belive there were 37 total....I would link you directly to it but it does not allow me!
That should get everything on your motherboard working!!
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