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VT8237 is not a motherboard model number; it's the number of one of the chips used on the board. The motherboard model number is usually found printed on the board near the expansion card slots.
The ASUS website is www.asus.com. That's the main page. From there you pick your country, and then select the download link from the top of the page you're sent to. You'll need to have the board model number, and once you get to the download page for your model you will find the drivers you need.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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