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if you found audio driver of any motherboard
go to my computer , manage, device manager
go to property on device whose driver are not found
copy device id code
use this site http://devid.info download suitable and small size
use update driver for install driver
enjoy these steps
The serial number is normally on the box it comes in but it will appear as a decal on the motherboard itself. since the location changes by motherboard type it is virtually impossible to say it is at a specific location. It will be on the chip side of the board and maybe be preceded by S/N. Having said all of that I have never found a situation where the motherboard serial number was used for anything in any application.
go to the driver website, and download your drivers, also to reasure which drivers you need go to start - my computer - properties - hardware - devices manager, or just press windows + pause, and click hardware then device manager....
Hi stokarek, With respect to SATA drives. All are master drives. As you mentioned if there is a fight between drives the trouble can be settled in the bios. I gather the WD160GB drive holds windows on it & the WD is connected to SATA 1 port. Enter you're bios & go to the Boot section. Open you're manual to section 2.6 boot menu page 2-32. Make sure you're WD is the only hard disk drive listed. After you add the Blu-Ray (To SATA 2 port), (its pin setting should be set as master. Than go back to the boot menu & make sure the Blu-Ray drive is listed under the WD drive. Keep in mind for the future that if you want to boot to the Blu-Ray drive you'll need to press the F8 key at boot up. Windows select boot device window will open & high-light the Blu-Ray & press enter so the Blu-Ray will boot. Windows should no longer stall. If this does not work try switching the pin on the blu-ray to slave. (I'm not sure there is even a pin setting on the blu-ray drive. Never the less the bios boot order is the boss.