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How can I find the type of motherboard I have?

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I have a pc that is not hooked to the internet but I need to install the network controller drivers, PCI device driver and video controller driver. I know the motherboard is nvidia since there is a NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller active. Any advice?
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Murray S.

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Nvidia doesn't make mobo's. They make vid cards and chipsets. :)

Download and install Belarc from www.belarc.com That should tell you the make of your mobo.

Or, if you have a Gateway, HP or other branded system, just go to their website and search your make and model. They should have all the drivers you need.


Edited by Murray S., 21 February 2010 - 08:11 PM.

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