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MOBO Driver CD's.

Hi from Australia. I am trying to get a PC back on the air for a friend of mine who has terminal lung cancer. The machine has a MSI PM8M-V Ver:2.A MOBO on board and I would like to get the appropriate drivers for it. I've tried the MSI website but unable to get anything - keeps teling me that there is "No Output File" to enable me to copy. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot.

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Re: MOBO Driver CD's.

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