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I'M HAVING A PROBLEM ON A KUROSHIO B1-200 MOTHERBOARD, I'M HAVING A HARD TIME LOOKING FOR UTILITY DRIVERS THAT MATCHES ON THE BOARD THROUGH THE INTERNET.

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Go & download then install driver robot : http://driverrobot.com/download/
When it's done open the application & click on the "EXPORTER" from the list on the left hand side.
Select were to save i.e Desktop or My Documents, Driver Robot will then run a scan & save the results to the file you specified it to save to i.e Desktop or My Documents.
Then go to the saved file which looks like a web document & double click on it,then you should see a page with "Get Drivers" on it. Press the "» Get Drivers" link in this page to proceed to the drivers list
You now have access to the hardware scan results and all available driver updates for your machine.

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