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The motherboard box may help. Or you may need to open up your case and see what model your motherboard is. Do a search for the model and see where it takes you. The motherboard site will usually carry drivers for what you need. If you do find the appropriate software, I suggest copying the files to cd, or dvd and putting the disc in a safe place just in case you do format again.
you can go to intel's website ( www.intel.com) in the downloads section you'll see a dropdown menu for Intel Motherboards. Find your board in the list and click on it. It'll take yopu to the page with all the downloadable drivers for your motherboard.