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Two questions...

1: How do I find drivers for 'SM Bus Controller'?


2: How costly is it to upgrade your power supply? From say a 250 to a 400? And are they at stores like Future Shop, Best Buy?

Thanks. Happy

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Oh and one more...

In reply to: Two questions...

See I have a Dell 4600 and I'm just wondering if 250w is as far as this machine can go.

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Why so many ongoing discussions?

In reply to: Oh and one more...

Creating new posts about the same issue (missed the motherboard driver package) only hurts you.


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Why not just answer the question?

In reply to: Why so many ongoing discussions?

Seriously, if your going to post talking about how I shouldn't post the same question twice then go away.

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The answer was already given.

In reply to: Why not just answer the question?

Install the motherboard driver package.

If you bite at those that help you, then not many will work you through your troubles.

In closing, I can't tell you which package since your last post didn't reveal make/model/chipset details.


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Well then let me ask you this...

In reply to: The answer was already given.

How do I go about finding the type of motherboard that I have?

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A Few Possibilities...

In reply to: Well then let me ask you this...

1. Take off the computer cover and look at motherboard..

2. Use a free "Tip" from the computer "newbie" thread and it should tell you quite a few things about your computer. It allows you to print it all out.

Identifying all your hardware for FR

Hope this helps.


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