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slowpez81

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Would anyone here happen to know where I could find drivers for the SM Bus Controller and IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers. Im aware that more information is needed than what I have, but I don't know what. So if anbody knows where these sorts of drivers can be located just let me know what information you need. I've searched for three days now and I cannot find these drivers. Help if you can...thanks in advance.
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Hello,
These drivers would be found at the web site of your motherboard manufacture.
What type of motherboard is it?
And what model number?
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I figured it out and I'm good now. Thanks anyway.
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Hi slowpez81 and welcome to Geeks to Go!

Would you mind telling us where you got them from? I'm sure someone out there is going to find this topic through a search engine one day, and would appreciate the additional information.

Thanks! :)
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Oh, sorry. I was actually looking in the wrong places. I initially searched the Intel website for the drivers, but I couldn't locate them because I had a wrong letter. My board is an Intel D101GGC. I began searching elsewhere (with the wrong information) and couldn't find it. I opened up the case and got the correct info and was able to get the downloads from the Intel site. I felt like an [bleep] after searching for a couple of days with the wrong info and then in 10 minutes had what I needed.
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I've been known for making similar mistakes haha

Thanks for letting us know, I'm sure someone will find it useful later :)
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