The install takes about 1 day as I collect the drivers and install them in this order.
1. Motherboard chipset (not to be confused with chips like audio or lan on the motherboard.)
2. If my audio is HD, then the MSUAA from Microsoft (sorry but more detail is on google so I end here.)
3. Finally I can install the audio driver.
4. Now a video driver (Yeah, more pixels!)
5. Now the lan, wifi and the rest.
Oh and let Windows update do its thing for hours and hours.
Takes about a day.
What is a "BIOS driver"? Never found such a thing. A BIOS update? Sure.
What is this about not wanting any suggestions? Why did you post your question?
mobo and available drivers: http://www.msi.com/product/mb/K8T-Neo-FSR--FIS2R.html
32-bit XP. 1.5G DDR400, 2.2ghz AMD Athlon 64 3400+.
I don't have driver CDs.
Already installed Realtek ALC Series AC97 Audio Driver.
I have one HDD and not adding more, so I guess nothing for RAID?
Realtek Gigabit Ethernet Drivers gives error 'The Realtek Network Controller was not found. If Deep Sleep Mode is enabled Please Plug in the Cable'. I Can't get mobo's internet port to work, tried some fixes but nothing, will persue fixing if it's faster the SMC EZ Card 10/1000 PCI
(SMC1211TX) I have (get driver), just for internet from the router, no workgroup LAN or anything.
I want to OC. I got the PC used pre-built and switched out a broken PSU that had a small wire from the PSU to the mobo's SFAN1 port. The case has 1 fan (heatsink has the other fan which plugs into the mobo) and it's already getting power from the PSU through a coupling from the regular power jacks from the PSU (small white rectangle ones that also plug into HDD/CD drives, not the IDE ribbon-type), so I'm not sure if the SFAN1 power's needed to controll speeds etc, I'm fine with it runnign full-speed always if that's a workaround. So consider that for which fan drivers I need also.
BIOS drivers look to be overlapping, install which?
Scanned with Live 5 utility and don't want any suggestions.
thanks so much