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Drivers for new setup

Discussion in 'Building a new PC' started by rsst, Jun 28, 2011.

  1. rsst

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    I have a Intel DP35DP motherboard on on a PowerSpec built (model E362) PC. I recently took off Windows Vista x64 and replaced it with Windows 7 x64. I backed up the drivers with Driver Magician onto my flash drive.
    http://www.powerspec.com/systems/system_specs.phtml?selection=E362

    My two drivers under 'other devices' in my device manager, which are 'Network Controller' and 'PCI Simple Communications Controller' are driver-less. I cannot install them from the internet or my backup flash drive. Suggestions greatly appreciated!
    -J
     
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    I don't think so, at least its not listed in the specs and is not noticable upon physical inspection of the case. Everything is seeming to function except those drivers are just giving me reports everytime I boot up. Do i need to fix any of them? I already tried the driver packages from the powerspec site, although they were originally packaged with Vista.
    -J
     
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    http://driverscollection.com/?H=DP35DP&By=INTEL Here is a page with you drivers on it, I would assume the network controller is the onboard ethernet driver. If you could post your vendor ID of the driverless items, I maybe be able to help further.
     

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