On a lot of the systems I've worked with recently, I've not had to
install the motherboard chipset drivers in order to get a working
system. Windows just seemed to figure them out on its own. It's worth
On 12/17/2011 1:00 PM, pctech-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I may try to skip the driver that came with the motherboard--
and see if Windows can figure it out on its own.
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