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You do not not need your motherboard CD to preform a format on your drive. Any windows CD. Win XP home, XP Pro, Win 2000 will format your hard drive. You can also use the hard drive's Mfg's utility disks & creat a bootable floppy disk or creat a bootable CDROM disk that will not only allow you to format the hard drive but also fun testing on the drive. You can even pick your cluster size & FAT file. Write down the name of your drive & model no#. Go to the Mfg's web site & download the utility software. Chances are Windows will have most of your boards drivers in it's data base. All you'll need to do is download from Gigabyte your missing drivers. You'll need you complete model no# & version no# if you can find it.
Focus on getting your network card driver. Once you get that, you can download the others on your desktop. I can't tell you where to find it because I would need the make and model of your pc.
If it's Dell for example, go to the Dell.com website and go to support. Enter you make/model and find driver downloads. Then download the appropriate driver for you NIC.