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The serial number you have quoted is not recognised by the Intel warranty checker, and it is noted that the Intel website states: "Intel products sold as part of a computer system are covered by the warranty from the system manufacturer, not by Intel. Contact your system manufacturer or place of purchase for information about your warranty options."
It may be therefore that the computer assembler needs to be contacted. I also saw that Interactive support for the DG41WV motherboard ceased 28th June 2013. I would therefore strongly suspect that it is out of - if not well out of - its warranty period.
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You may download the driver CD in http://downloadcenter.intel.com/filter_results.aspx?strTypes=all&ProductID=1896&OSFullName=Windows*+XP+Media+Center+Edition&lang=eng&strOSs=88&submit=Go!#DRV the website HAVE A GOOD DAY
If you upgrade it and everything goes ok the warranty should be ok. Some people have problems upgrading bios files and render the motherboard unusable. If that happens you may have a problem with warranty. But only if you tell them you did it.