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AllNightNerding

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#14970 28-Jul-2007 17:53
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How can I find out the exact model number of my motherboard as I need to download the Drivers for it so that it will work.
On the motherboard box it says it is a microstar international 865PE Neo2.

i have looked on there website and there are 3 different models

Thanks

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  #80144 28-Jul-2007 18:18
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One of the easiest ways is to look at the motherboard itself Smile

Otherwise you can download CPU-Z and see what that tells you? It tells me what board i have.

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#80147 28-Jul-2007 18:35
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CPU-Z for sure!





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  #80178 29-Jul-2007 10:35
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Thanks I managed to get the network driver so I could then download the rest of the drivers through microsoft update. Thanks for that



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  #80181 29-Jul-2007 10:39
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Just for future reference, one of the best pieces of hardware to have is a USB to network adapter.

You can just plug it into your pc's usb port, and it turns it into an ethernet port, really handy if you do not have your network drivers!

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  #80285 29-Jul-2007 22:28
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And can you get one of those at DSE rscole? Wink

I always use cpu-z. It is very very handy.

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  #80287 29-Jul-2007 23:03
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Fossie: And can you get one of those at DSE rscole? Wink

I always use cpu-z. It is very very handy.


I just had a quick look on their website Fossie, and it looks like you can.

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