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Motherboard drivers for model num P4TGS

I have lost my mother board drivers . When i go into the BIOS upgrade utility i get the following info
MODEL:P4TGS
CHIPSET:i845GL-8712F
BIOS DATE:11/15/2002

Any help is highly appreciated
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Hi greathary, I checked for the model number you listed P4TGS.
The search findings show this to be a Biostar board. There is no such model number (P4TGS) for Mercury PVCLE266.
This is the link for Biostar P4TGS. Look to the right of the page, under Support for drivers. You should save this link in you're favorites.
http://www.biostar-usa.com/mbdetails.asp?model=P4TGS
Any time you need to find a model number for a motherboard, it's best to look on the board itself.

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Best of Luck!

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