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I hope that ASUS has a driver for your operating system, but you'll have to visit their web site:
When it loads into your web browser, click on "Download" in the blue bar at the top of the page.
Next, look in the upper-left corner.
In the space that says "Input Model to Search" type in TUSI-M.
Below that select "Drivers".
Below that click the "Search Info" Button.
In the middle of the next page click on "TUSI-M".
You will then be prompted to choose the Operating system from a pop-up list.
The next page will display all of the drivers you can download for your motherboard.
Note that you also get access to Bios, Utilities, and Manual for your motherboard.
Kudos to Ken, an ASUS Board Member and his post whose directions I have paraphrased above.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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