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You can go to the device manager which is start>my computer and right click go to properties>hardware>device manager(assuming you are running Windows anything but Vista. If you see something with an exclamation point next to it double click pn that item and it should give you the option to search the internet for those drivers. Another option is to go to the manufacturers site for the motherboard or the computer. If the motherboard came with the computer the drivers are usually listed in the support section of the computer manufacturers website or the site can also give you the specs of your computer and tell you the motherboard that came with it and you could go to that manufacturers website and download the drivers. Another option is to Google the drivers that you need and for whatever kind of board and there are several third party sites that will (for free) update your drivers and locate any that you need, as well as just let you download what you need. I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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