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For the most part, motherboards are one of the most generic parts in any computer, and they will work with most operating systems with no special software at all. If you are able to boot and use the computer with no lost functionality, then the motherboard is compatible with existing generic drivers included with the operating system. So, if you don't have any issues with the part at the moment, then i wouldn't worry about it.
If that isn't the case, then you will likely be able to get any specialty software packages from the vendor of the board, or the maker of the computer (if it is part of one).
By the looks of the model number, the board appears to be an intel chipset, so you really don't have anything to worry about as far as the need to look for drivers, as intel chipsets are the most widely used by far, and almost never need any drivers.
hope that helps :)
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