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hi i have 2 yellow ? marks in device manager for for intergrated graphics driver sis mirage 3 graphics driver and other ak0110 acp1 utility i am running win xp home edition servive pack 2 can someone help me i dont know where to download the drivers for these please
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What is the make and model number of the system board? Gregory Topola's SIW - System Information for Windows can give you this info if you don't already have it. Nice tool to have around.
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im not sure what u mean by system board is it motherboard u mean.........still learning here
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Howdy:

That's what he means.

Systemboard = motherboard.

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hi serial no is MS1C77BCE001256 MODEL IS P55-MX SE..........55 COULS BE SS EYE SIGHT ISANT GREAT SORRY IS THIS THE INFO U NEED
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sorry i forgot the manafacturer its asustek computer inc and chipset vendor silicon intergrated systems sis
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Okay, it's actually a AUSTeK P5S MX SE Socket 775 board.

This is the home AUSTEK page for that board: AUSTeK Computers

Click on Downloads on the left and you get a list of available downloads for that board. Download and install the VGA driver for Windows XP.

You can also try the latest BIOS update with is version 0306. You'll have to read the instructions on the web site to figure out how to update (flash) the BIOS. I wouldn't do this unless absolutely necessary as there is always a risk involved.

I don't see anything for ACPI but if everything works, including power off, I wouldn't worry about it.
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