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Open the case. don't touch anything (ref. electro static discharge). be a good doctor and "do no harm." using a flaslight and pencil to move around wires if you need to, look for a manufacturer's name, model number, part number, serial number, FCC number, anything you can find to identify who made it. lets say it's a biostar. google biostar's website and go there and download any drivers or manuals you need there for free. hope this helped.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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