Question about Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard
On trial, I was not able to access actual downloads from Mercury for your motherboard, but you may find a reasonable work around by going to their site:
At the very bottom of the page is a link for 'Download Drivers'. Click on that link. Each driver has a version number and name of a component.
The first one is A3.69 for a Realtek audio driver.
Now go to the download section of Cnet.com, defaulting to windows drivers:
if you search for "A3.69 realtek" you'll be given a link for 'A3.69.exe' which will take you to the page to download that driver.
Try to use this method to find other drivers on Cnet. Be careful of other places offering downloads of various drivers. Many of them are just scams and will give you viruses or spyware instead of real drivers.
Post here again if you have trouble finding all the drivers or if you don't know how to use them once you've downloaded them.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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