Question about ASUS P5B Deluxe Motherboard
I got this computer from my ex-boyfriend who got it from Canada. I don't have the device driver disks and my computer got a major virus on it that I had to wipe it out. Now I can't figure out which device drivers I need to download. The only information I can get off the motherboard is Asus P5B delux, 0017318A832C and C888074-00187-80-M884E1-A010406.
That's all I could get off of it. I try to search for any of this information and I can't find anything compatible. Is there any recommendation on what I can do to find my device drivers. Also, I am no longer in contact with my ex's friend that give the computer to him, which he gave to me.
Try tow links: This is the network driver Asus P5B delux for wifi I have a account but it is free.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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2. Click "Device Manager"
3. From the list, you should see a
"Sound Controller" and if you click on the drop down arrow beside it,
you should see the audio driver installed(ex. High Definition Audio Device...
audio driver name may vary depending on the brand of the laptop).
4. Right click on the sample "High
Definition Audio Device" then select Properties. If it says device is
working properly then there shouldn't be any problem with your audio.
** If the Sound Controller is NOT installed
properly you need to download the Audio drivers from the support site of your
Dell computer,http://support.dell.com , be sure to select the correct model of your laptop and
operating system of your computer.
Once you have downloaded and
installed the drivers, Audio should work fine not unless it is the hardware
itself that is damaged.
**Also don't forget to check if there are
other external audio output devices connected to your computer, please do test
if working properly.
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