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NIC Driver Hello, I have an Asus ABMZN-LA motherboard in my computer,running XP Pro . When I try to set up an Internet connection all I get is a 1394. What I want is to have the NIC on the board to work but I don't have the Drivers CD for this Board. Can you help me? My email addy: dudleybirch@hotmail.com Thanks Alot

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If you go to www.driverspro.com they can help you there ok hope this is helpfull best regards mike

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    Michael Thomas Aug 22, 2008

    put a dot between drivers and pro sorry about that iam at the site right now

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