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Problem With " Forund New Hardware Wizard "


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hey there guys , how is it going , i hope good .
well i got a real annoying problem its about " Forund New Hardware Wizard " everytime when i am cleaning my system or doing something else i get this messages , i will show u some images :

this image is the message from " Forund New Hardware Wizard " :

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this second image is what do i get when this message shows up : ( as u see i got all my drivers and i dont know about those yellows missing )

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and the third image is the image what i get right at the bottom of my desktop ( at the right )

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so now my question is how can i get that out of my system or is it something do i need ?
please explain me what should i do to get this out of my system and never comes back .

i will really appreciate ur help guys , thank u !
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Have you downloaded the latest drivers for your motherboard and peripherals?
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mmm not sure i gonna be honest with u i dont remember and i never heard about it , can u tell me what to do and where can i download it , i will really appreciate it :) thx man
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Find the make and model of your motherboard. You can do this by taking the side of the case off and finding it printed on the board. Then we can know where to go and find drivers.
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can u tell me where should i find it , if u dont mind ... i just forgot it :) im sorry.
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You can go and download WinAudit

After downlaoded and extracted run winaudit, then once its done scroll down and it should tell you the make and model of your motherboard.
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hey there , look i just ran the program but i would like u to tell me which of these categories should i select to find my motherboard:

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i really appreciate ur help man :) thank u !
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The very first one, System Overview

Scroll down a bit and it should list it.
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following this thread i would like to ask which one is my MotherBoard on this picture ?
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i will really appreciate it . By the way if u can help me finding my MotherBoard will be so great . thank u in advance and have a nice day.

Edited by brady1988, 08 September 2008 - 04:41 PM.

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i will appreciate some help on this ... thank u !
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somebody else ? hehehe :) i will appreciate it ...
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You should be able to go to DELL SERVICE and enter the required info. It will take you to the drivers you need.

Since it's a Dell, there should be a service tag on the unit. Usually the bottom (laptop) or side/ back on a desktop.

Belarc advisor (in signature) will give you info also.
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but i would like u to explain me better ... im sorry for these silly words . thank u in advanced.
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Do you have a laptop?
Do you have a desktop?

Look for the service tag (sticker that has Dell and service tag info on it). A laptop is on the bottom. A desktop is on the back or side.

With that info, you go to the link I gave you in my other post. Enter the service tag info and it will take you to the drivers you need.
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so if i give u that info will u help me to find the drivers for my motherboard? please ...
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