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Go to www.belarc.com
Download Belarc Advisor
Run it on your machine , that will give you a full profile of what motherboard is fitted
Print out the report
Go to Google and type in the manufacturer that will take you to their web site
All of the manufacturers have a download section for drivers etc , they may even send you a replacement CD if you speak to them nicely
Posted on May 21, 2009
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