If you do not have an drivers & utilities CD that came with the PC (or motherboard if it was purchased separatyely) THEN YOU NEED TO GO TO THE MANUFACTURERS WEB SIGHT. I.E.; WWW.DELL.COM, WWW.HP.COM OR what have you... then you need to look for a support link and you will enter the model number of your PC, then find a download link and search and download the appropriate drivers. Some manufacturers support sites are better than others. Some of the devices drivers may have multiple options to choose from, and you will have to download and try each until you find one that woorks. For example; if your PC is a DELL, and you enter OPTIPLEX GX260 for a model; there may be available 5 or 6 different AUDIO drivers, to find the correct one you will need to start at the top and try each one at a time till you pick a winner. You may need to do this from a different computer until you get the correct Network Adapter drivers installed (start with Intel - very common) once you have a working adaptrer you can downl;oad like crazy directly to the PC in need - good luck - have fun - and maybe you should find some one to help you along with this....
Reinstall drivers after format and reinstall windows xp
NO...... As vista has a feature of having its own drivers so as soon as the re-installation of vista is done, it'll have the drivers for motherboard and the graphics card.
You need to get drivers for your hardware if you reinstall the operating system. Go to the manufactures website and download chipset, audio, video, and peripherial drivers for your system, and install them.
Yea the CPU,and the ROM bios chip is the most important chip on the motherboard,even the dma also.
If the motherboard was not an exact replacement for the one that was removed, Windows may be trying to load incompatible drivers. A clean reinstall of Windows would likely alleviate the problem.
The EEPROM chip which is meant to not be removed from the motherboard.
your system's BIOS is stored on an unremovable chip on your computer's motherboard. your system's BIOS is stored on an unremovable chip on your computer's motherboard. your system's BIOS is stored on an unremovable chip on your computer's motherboard. your system's BIOS is stored on an unremovable chip on your computer's motherboard. your system's BIOS is stored on an unremovable chip on your computer's motherboard. your system's BIOS is stored on an unremovable chip on your computer's motherboard. it is permanently stored on one or two ROM ICs installed on the system board
it's a motherboard sound chip.
The BIOS chip is located on the motherboard
No, if you want to put the kind of motherboard. If you want to replace the motherboard with a different kind (brand, specifications and so on) you will have to reinstall the operating system.
i need drivers to motherboard shutle mv43 v3.1 please
A CPU is a small square chip that is secured to the motherboard.
bios drivers wakes up hardware in ur computer and then pass it on to motherboard drivers to keep them awake.
Usually with a restart. If your PC refuses to reboot in Normal Mode, and always boots in Safe Mode, you may have a device driver issue. Reinstall Graphics Adapter drivers, Soundcard Drivers Network Adapter Drivers motherboard drivers This may resolve your issue
it is the CPU and it is located under the fan/heat sync on your motherboard.
The CMOS BIOS chip is located on the motherboard.
If the motherboard which you are going to replace is of the same type with the motherboard which you want to put in, then you don't need to reinstall Windows, if it's not you have to.
The BIOS is located into the CMOS chip on the motherboard. It can only be accsed through the BIOS setting when you start up and device drivers are located in the root drive in the windows folder
the computer chip, or CPU, is typically located on the main motherboard inside a computer.
did u install the drivers that came with the motherboard sometimes u need to reinstall the mother board drivers in order for it to recognize any other hardware
Drivers are connected to the motherboard with ribbon cables or thinner SERIAL ATA cables.
The drivers download page for this motherboard on Intel's website can be found in the "Related links" section below.
It is called the CPU or Processor.