Question about Shuttle SpaceWalker SS50 Barebone
...looks like they found your problem a while back:
One way to 'do drivers' is to get a USB Flash drive and then download
from a local library's internet (or a friends internet accessable computer).
Then burn a CD ROM, and copy the file from your flash drive to the CD.
When your computer boots up, see if your version of Windows (or Linux
whatever you have) will at least read that file. If it can see it, then try
the installation/setup file (should be setup.exe)
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