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Need to find correct device drivers

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.

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  • Jamm_CS Mar 08, 2009

    I reinstalled Windows I can boot up but I can't get sound and I can't get onto the internet.

  • Jamm_CS Mar 28, 2009

    This helped me out a lot. I installed the actual driver. Thanks so much mysleuth and everyone else that answered. Sorry for the late delay.

  • Larry Rider
    Larry Rider May 11, 2010

    Can you boot up into windows or ?.. Have you installed windows?
    Each card attached to the mother board should have a way to identify it. Let me know what drivers you need if you identify.

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Try tow links: This is the network driver Asus P5B delux for wifi I have a account but it is free.
From DriverGuide.com.

RTL8187_5123005302006.zip

http://members.driverguide.com/index.php?action=dosearch&qm0=Asus+P5B+delux&dp=3&sm=h&jmd=and&si=74e63a53024e34c37b13a7c2e807a9f0&st=1236564319

http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=621&num=1

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Did you look here?
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

Has every motherboard driver you might need.

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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