Question about ASUS Motherboard P5n-mx
Ok, you need to know what operating system you are tunning, I assume some flavour of windows. Go to this page:
1. In line "Select Product": - motherboard
2. in line "Select series": - socket 775
3. In line "Select model": - P5N-MX
4. Click on "Search"
5. In new open screen selelct your operating system
6. Select and download following files:
a. chipset driver
b. sound driver
7. Unfold these files to created folder (I create usually folder called "drivers" in root directory, you can create it on desktop), then run them following instructions.
As I do not know, you did not mention, what is your video driver, you need then find if you have build in video driver or you are using third party video driver. you need then to go to your video card manufacturer site and download respective driver from manufacturer site.
Hope this will help you sufficiently to re-install all drivers :-)
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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