Question about ASUS K8V-MX Motherboard
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if asus.com drivers arnt working then the only other thing you can try is looking at the additinal updates in windows update sometimes there are driver updates in there.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
win 7 is new email motherboard manufacturer or find the chip on the board and search their site or email them with a request for a updated driver win 7 is still nonreleased so alot of stuff doesnt work right till the release micrsoft is not allowing a full working version cause ya know they got to get there 400 dollas out of every last one of us
Posted on May 18, 2009
Choose "Motherboard", "Socket 754", "K8V-MX", and click search. On the next page, put in your operating system.
The next page will have all of the downloads for your motherboard.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
maybe the drivers are not compaible with the os.you can try a virtual machine program and see if the drivers can oad on a different os.another option is to look up the model numbers and google them.to me this sounds like a custom built pc.which is probably one of the reasons why your having trouble.custom built pcs are harder to find drivers for because there can be so many different components on it.f you buy a standard dell with no custom parts then it will be way easier to get the drivers.because you can look up the model umber and find all of the components and drivers.your best chance is to lok at the motherbard and google it and see if there is a onboard audio/display brivers.if you got a pci card then your going to have to find the drivers for that one.
if you need instruction on how to use a virtual machine to test if there are drivers without overwriting your current os for a different os then feel free to email me at email@example.com
(virtual machine)a soft machine that works the same way a hard machine works.you can have several operating systms on your screen without having to restart the comp.it works the same way that mac os x uses parrell desktop.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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