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driver for motherboard ECS P4VMM2
On this page you are offered with driver for p4vmm2 motherboard
existing in our database. Icons placed on the left of file name will
prompt you in which format and in what language driver download ECS
P4VMM2 motherboard are represented in this file.
If the needed file doesn't exist, therefore the desired driver is
missed in our database. It can be ordered in the File Request section.
You can also try to find the appropriate driver for kindred motherboard ECS models by clicking on the links shown below.
Hi, The elitegroup webiste is http://www.ecs.com.tw From there you can click on the downloads tab in the top right corner.
This page will then bring up a pane on the left hand side of the screen where you can enter the details of the product you are looking for. So on the first drop menu select motherboad.
Second Drop menu select Socket 478 from the bottom of the list.
Third drop menu scroll down until you see your model number (P4Vmm2)
The fourth drop menu will then ask you for a version. I would have dirctly posted you a link to the downloads page but i was unsure of your motherboard version. If you know the version number you can put it in there and it will take you to a page listing the drivers you are after and the manual.
If you do not know the version of your motherboard model you can download a free program called SIW which will tell you the details of your computer. This Program is available for download at:
Its a 1.3Mb download which you can install and run and click on the motherboard tab for a full list of details on your motherboard.
Hopefully you can see the motherboard version written somewhere on your motherboard though.
Hope this helps, Daniel.