Question about Computers & Internet
Identify the chip manufacturer and go to their site. You can often find a driver that works for the chip, even though the branded pc uses a modified version. You will need model numbers off the chip in question. So write down any numbers you can find. A strong magnifyer will help with that.
You didn't mention which driver you need. but in general this can be a good solution.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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