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This is most probably happening because there's a chipset driver for the
motherboard that you haven't installed. There should be a basic driver CD
that came with the system, or you can determine the motherboard make and
model (it's usually screen-printed on the board) and from that you can find
the manufacturer's site and get that driver set. Installing that is the
first thing to do after a Windows reinstall.
If you don't have luck with finding the chipset drivers you need, another
posibility is to go to the Windows Update site (start/all programs/windows
update, at the top) and letting the site look for drivers you need. It's in a
list of sections of update, on the left.
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Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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