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I want to make sure I have current motherboard drivers.
Is there somewhere in the control panel where the make/model info is listed or do I need to physically inspect the board?
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When you boot you will see a string of numbers at the bottom left of your screen - best the push the PAUSE button when they appear because they are gone in a flash - to resume boot just press any key - write these numbers down because they are your mother board and bios numbers - preceding these numbers there should be (from memory) something like "VIA" or "ASUS" which is the manufacturer of your motherboard.
If for example it was "via" then goto http://www.via.com - if this fails type the numbers into http://www.google.com and you should get a few links.

or go to

Windows OS Drivers &  Utilities in THIS froum and download the Belarc Advisor
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