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okay i got my laptop from work a few years ago, they gave it to me free and when i finished my contract they let me keep it, they gave me no software or cd's with it. recently ive had many problems with it and ive had to format ti and reinstall windows xp, only problem is i need to install the drivers for the motherboard, the graphics card, sound card, etc. but i dont know wot motherboard i got so i cant find the drivers, i know its probably an asus but thats about it, is there any way to find wot mobo i got without opening up the laptop?
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Hi btph-

use everest home to get all the info you could ever want on your PC. :tazz:
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Most of the websites have the drivers on them, the companys websites that is
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If everest does not work I would have to tell you that your gonna have a [bleep] of a time, without opening your system!
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