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Trying to find a diagram for the ASUSTEK P4S266VX motherboard. Any ideas?

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Socket number in order to look it up . Download a manual for you mother board and the diagram will usually be in it. 

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

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Hi fernandito

(01) It'd be best to check for updated drivers rather than attempt to install the ones off of the CD. Drivers that we receive w/ our hardware purchases are quite often out-dated. It's always a good idea to check w/ the manufacturer online and get the latest drivers there to install.

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