If the motherboard manufacturer doesn't have them (which is very unlikely), the chipset manufacturer (such as Intel, NVIDIA, or VIA) may have generic drivers that will work. This should always be a last resort, since the motherboard manufacturer may have made changes that will not work with the generic drivers.
The best place to download drivers is from the manufacturer of your computer (HP, Dell, Toshiba, etc...). If you have a custom-built computer, download drivers from the motherboard manufacturer and the manufacturer of any add-on cards you have. If for some reason, the manufacturer doesn't have drivers, or does not have them for your operating system, check with the manufacturer of the individual components, such as the chipset, onboard LAN, graphics, and sound. Below are links to the driver search pages for major manufacturers.
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All drivers for each supported platform can be found on the hardware manufacturer's websites.
From the hardware manufacturer's website.
If you can identify the components on the board, such as the chipset, onboard graphics, and LAN, you can download generic drivers from the manufacturer of these parts that should work.
Try searching the video card manufacturer's website for updated drivers.
Usually, the manufacturer will ship a CD with the necessary drivers. They will also have them available for download on their website. Note that some really cheap webcams made by off-brand companies may not have drivers available for download; yet another reason to buy a good one.
Look for its updated Drivers from Manufacturer's Website.
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