Question about Intel Motherboard
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
Don't try google or fixya - complete waste of time - trust me.
The support for (most) soltek boards has been dropped. Driverguide have the bios but thats all for the k8an2e-gr. Not much use when you need M/B drivers. Fixya gives links that no longer work or sends you round in pointless and timeconsuming circles. Its a shame that this company didn't do more (or anything) to suport those who bought its (now useless without drivers) components.
Posted on May 28, 2008
Tats fine.....1st u need to find out which company motherboard is it.....and then go to google and type the motherboard cd....ie driver name...u will get a list of motherboard cds..later u can download ....wich driver do u want...
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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