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If you can open your case, usually the number of the board is printed on it, usaully along edges. You may have gotten an installation cd with your system taht may give you drivers. Most times the best place to go is to the manufacturer of your system(Dell, HP, etc.) If this is a stock off the shelf system where no changes have been made, you can provide me with make and model of system, and what version of windows you're running, and I will see what I can find.
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Check the mother board model and make from bios or phisically opening the case and look on the mother bord beside the processor .or down you should see the name and model of the mother bord .
then take a note of it go to internet go to the product page and down load the appropriate driver.
Your laptop probably has SATA hard disk installed in it. You will need to install from an XP SP2 or later CD for native SATA support. Otherwise you will need to get the SATA drivers for the chipset being used on the laptop and slipstream them onto a new bootable CD or go through the process of adding the drivers manually during the initial phase of the installation.