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SATA driver intel DG965OT Mother board windows 2000 server

Need proper drivers for SATA on Intel DG965OT Mother board Windows 2000 Server

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Usely IF there is someone who really wants to get something to work like that on his computer he makes drivers

I'd say this computer is to old and nones going to make drivers for it to work
i know there are usb drivers and others but i do not think there are SATA drivers

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  • Thomas Christopher
    Thomas Christopher Jan 23, 2008

    muddpuppy, Why is this Inappropriate?

    You asked for the drivers, there are none. how do you expect someone to find something that does not exist?

    You could at least rate this as thanks for trying.

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