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Monitor will not find new motherboard

I have installed a new asus

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Re: Monitor will not find new motherboard

The monitor is not the one looks for motherboard or drivers the monitor drivers is on the motherboard so if you installed new motherboard and your monitor drivers are not set or missing so you nave to download the drivers the one is going to work with your monitor and they are video drivers if you don't have the cd drivers for asus you can get them on or

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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