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You don't say which Operating System you use, so my answer will be presented in general, Windows terms. If yours is a non-Windows Operating System and my answer seems to be of some relevance to you, please consider applying the logic and principles involved here to your own Operating System and, if in doubt, please feel free to add a Comment or Clarification to this Question. Please include information about the Operating System. Doing so helps us makes faster, more accurate and more assured Remote Diagnostics leading to better quality and more useful Advice, Answers, Guidelines , How-Tos and Solutions.
The drivers available for the ASRock P4I45GV P4/845GV Motherboard are available for free download from the official ASRock Downloads and Drivers Support Website here:
Please note that this motherboard appears to support only Win 2000 and Win XP. If your Operating System is not included in this list, then it is highly probable that no Audio or VGA Drivers exist for that Operating System. If you are committed to both this Motherboard and an unsupported Operating System, then consider buying and installing internal Sound and Graphics Cards that are pre-confirmed as being compatible with your Operating System. Both can be relatively inexpensive.
The term "Drivers" is meaningless without associating it with an Operating System and a specific item of Hardware. Although drivers seem to mainly be about hardware, they are actually primarily about software. The Driver does not physically control the Motherboard's Devices. The Operating System and (to a lesser extent) the BIOS do that. What the Driver does (just like a human interpreter for a guest who speaks a different language from his host), is to introduce the Device to the Operating System and help them to communicate with each other, with the Driver taking instructions from both and passing it back and forth between them. So when one mentions Drivers, one must also mention the Operating System it will be talking to. In order for that to be possible, the two must share a common language. If they do not, then the role of 'interpreter' is impossible, because, then neither the Driver nor the Device will be able to understand what the Operating System is saying and vice versa.
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You can download the video driver for your computer from the motherboard manufacturer's WEB site. I cannot give you the link to the motherboard manufacturer's WEB site because youhave not provided me with the details of the make and model of your motherboard.