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Cant install drivers for mobo


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Mr.Chow

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I have just put a new hard drive in my computer. Maxtor SATA 100gb. I have just tryed to install my drivers for my Abit nf-7 s v2.0 mobo. When i ran installation for drivers it gave me fewer options of things to install. I checked the boxes and "installed" the drivers on to the new hard drive. When i went to restart my computer it said the drivers were still not installed. I went to device manager to check to see if they were working and they still had question marks by them ........


How do i get my drivers working ?
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the drivers with the question marks, are they the ones you installed? if not then you must install the drivers with the disks/cd provided by mobo manufacturer
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I have figured out the problem sry i was slow to reply to this ...... I had to install direct X 9.0 to run install for drivers .... sorts stupid to me ..... it wasnt giving me and screens that said that untill i downloaded it from my chipset manufacturer ..... NVIDA nforce ..... anyway though thake you for the time ! :tazz:
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