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Look at the mother board and find the name of the manufacturer who made the board and the model number. It is usually printed in white paint. Not the CPU and not the chip set. The maker of the board. Could be ASUS or Obit or AOpen or Tyan or VIA or a dozen other companies. Once you know that information, go to their web site and download the driver for your particular model.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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