Question about Intel Motherboard
Yes, you need to go to the motherboard manufacturer site, then download drivers whichi youneed for your particular motherboard and operating system.
if you use windows, windows 2k, xp and above will load even when drivers are missing with generic drivers. then connect to the net and download needed updated and specificc drivers.
start with display driver, then processor/bridge drivers, then network and finaly sound. follow instruction on the screen.
as you did not provide any information, this general help only can be provided. if this is insufficient, please return and clarify what motherboard manufacturer and model and what operating syste do you use.
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Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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