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There is no Foxconn mainboard (and will never be...) called N15235 although this is printed on the board. The right name is P4M800P7MB-RS2H and you can find all stuff here: LINK
P.S.: you can find the right model number printed on the board beside the RAM slot near the CPU and on small label above.
The foxconn board identifcation number is located between the processor holder and the ram stick module bay.
for instance the one i am on currently shows a white sticker and a ****-* (which is your mobo number and the word series beside that number.)
hopefully that will help and i can also refer you to the site in which foxconn has their site.
hope this helps you.
First U install the software called Belarc Advisor. It will detect what type of motherboard and the exact motherboard driver number will be found in this software(small software as html view). U will be find at this site. http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
The Belarc Advisor builds a detailed profile of your installed software and hardware, missing Microsoft hotfixes, anti-virus status etc.....
After Finishing installtion the Belarc advisor check out the Motherboard number and search in the website for download. Check out for this site for motherboard driver download....
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Beware there are several motherboard types with this number N15235 clearly printed, and a tiny label with the actual motherboard type P4M800P7MB-RS2 in my case.
My mbd had two barcoded labels next to the 'Foxconn' brand, the motherboard name was the SECOND item on the slightly larger top label of the two. Can this be deliberate attempt to make it difficult to find the type ? Bloody stupid nonsense !
i also need the drivers. can i download these to a flash drive?