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Since you don't have a LAN connection with this motherboard, I suggest you go to the computer manufacturers website, -> Support, and find your motherboard model. Download and install the LAN driver.
(Look for Software & Driver downloads)
You can physically open your computer case, (Computer unplugged from power, and you have touched the metal frame of the computer case to alleviate your body of Static electricity), and try to view what your motherboard is,
On the computer you're using now, you can download, (It's free), CPU-Z from CPUID.com, burn it to a CD, and install this tiny,little program in your computer. This program will tell you all about your hardware component specifications, (Motherboard, Processor, Ram memory, O/S build number, and so on, and a list of other attributes)
Here is the CPUID.com website, and their download page for CPU-Z,
Here is information about CPU-Z on Wikipedia,
(AT the bottom of the page you will find links to a short video of CPU-Z, and other links for CPU-Z)
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Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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