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I'm missing 3 drivers, please hlp.

I just wiped my computer and lost practically all my drivers, I was able to get most of them back, but three of them I can't find. I am using an Acer Aspire T180, and I need the following drives, I've tried finding them online on my own, but didn't have any luck. Could someone please link me to where I can download the following for an Aspire T180:

PCI Device
SM Bus Controller
Video Controller (VGA Compatible)

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Did you try

Did you try Acer's website?

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I tried Acer's website, but it wasn't very helpful, since I don't know which drivers to download.

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you have the model #

You've done a clean install of your O/S; the next step is take a good look at the specifications of your computer (also on Acer's website), next in line is to match up whatever O/S you are using + the model #, and install the latest drivers for that specific model/ system.
This may also include the latest BIOS as well.

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these are the only ones I could find

at Acer's support site for your specific model
(you will have to scroll down to your model, O/S version; as the complete link won't fit in this reply box)

*driver support varies according to Operating System*

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