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Need mother board driver

I need mother board driver as sound is not delivered from system . chipset for mother board is vios -845

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Re: need mother board driver

See your computer , the mainboard model is important in downloading the driver of the system. example dell, Asus, Hp.

Below are some manufacturer's links that maybe you can download. if ever is not listed please inform me about the model number of your system or mainboard.

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

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Re: need mother board driver

Hi, just surf at the internet just log on to the thier maybe you will find what you need.

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

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Network driver

Linux? Windows? What operating system?

This looks like the best you're going to get.

That system appears to be a Pentium III machine... It's probably not even 64-bit. It's likely 32-bit. That said...

If I were you, I would boot any 32-bit ("i386") LiveCD/LiveDVD distro of any choice then open a terminal window. I would recommend a very common distro such as CentOS. (Based on RedHat.)

(NOTE: Remember that a LiveCD does NOT require you to install the operating system. It runs in the memory and from the disk. It will NOT affect the content of your hard drives as it runs in the memory.)

Download this image from ANY of the links listed at this page:

Type the following to get info about the network adapters:

lspci ' grep -iE "net|eth"

That should list information that helps identify the chipset of your network adapters. (Which would likely be FastEthernet adapters - as opposed to GigabitEthernet. Those machines are very old.)

The results should look something like this:
# lspci | grep -iE "eth"
02:00.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation 82545EM Gigabit Ethernet Controller (Copper) (rev 01)
(NOTE: This is from a virtual node on my VMWare hypervisor. This is not an actual, physical machine. The network adapter listed is a virtual interface.)

If, for whatever reason, that doesn't show you the network adapters, try looking at the FULL list of PCI devices:


Then see if you can identify the line with your network adapter yourself.

Once you identify the chipset, Google for drivers for that chipset to see if you can locate the drivers directly from the actual chipset manufacturer rather than from Fujitsu. (Remember... Fujitsu probably didn't make the network adapter chip. It'll likely be either Intel or Broadcom in most cases.)

That's the best you're going to get here...from the looks of it. (Linked the closest I can find to a driver download page.)

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I think the xseries 100 does not support windows 7, I think XP is the latest operating system it can handle, many websites advertise for driver solution will offer you a solution but I am not sure they can deliver, my advise would be to contact IBM and see if anything can be done to help. Good Luck

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My mother board cd not ther how can i get drivers

You need to download drivers from internet and for this you need to know the name of the motherboard you are using. Or you could try contacting your dealer. Visit this link;-

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Sounds as if you have japan capasitors on the mother board. This is a common problem. Replace the motherboard and it should solve your problem.

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I just tried to update the BIOS on my HP DL165 G5 with SP48069.exe, and everything looked good until the reboot. It will not boot now or do anything except spin up the fans. Help?!?!

when you updated the bios version, you missed updating the ipmi, and the ilo chipset, the mismatch in versions of these chipsets may cause the system to fail. There is not much to do here since there is no possible way to boot from a cd or usb to update these chipsets, however if it is possible to clear the settings from the bios it would be by clearing the cmos. if it works (chances are 50%) it will allow you to see post again and boot from a usb or cd if so have the smart start cd handy to go back to the bios you previously had.

You may need to clear the Setup configuration values (CMOS) if the configuration has been
corrupted, or if incorrect settings made in the Setup Utility have caused error messages to be
To clear CMOS

Locate the system configuration button (SW4) on the system board.

Press the button. AC power must not be connected.
or simple remove the cmos battery for a couple of seconds then put it back and

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I don't have mother board cd

I think you have a problem there. Try looking around your neighbourhood repair shops . They might have it.
Other than that , if you use old equipment , you must keep all the CDs and drivers for yourself (nobody keeps it for you).
If the mboard is new , the manufacturer will still have it , try contacting them .
However , they only keep the newer ones , the old ones are normally junked when the series comes to end of production.
Good luck

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sounds like a bad mother board, have you taken out the mem and see if it beeps?

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I think you need to provide heaps more info, like what operating system etc.. Have you tried to change the interface to another port eg if IDE, then move the cable to the secondary or if sata test the drive with another cable/port.. Have you tested the drive in another computer? OK, if it's scsi, then does the drive need a termination? Most scsi drives need a dongle or a terminator to allow them to be recognised.

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