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MotherBoard drivers problem

Hi guys i just have built my new pc and when i try to install the drivers and restarting it,the drivers dosent seem to show up like the amd or realtk  and i keep downloading and restarting and nothing happens. I am thinking of buying a cd reader maybe i can install the drivers from the cd in the motherborad box. 

thank you 

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52 minutes ago, Muhairi said:

Hi guys i just have built my new pc and when i try to install the drivers and restarting it,the drivers dosent seem to show up like the amd or realtk  and i keep downloading and restarting and nothing happens. I am thinking of buying a cd reader maybe i can install the drivers from the cd in the motherborad box. 

thank you 

windows should just auto install everything you need when you get it online. cant remember the last time i needed the included disks

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The motherboard drivers are not going to show up in the doc. If it installed successfully then they installed. Also do not use ones off the disk. Those are generally very out of date. 

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What do you mean by "showing up"? Are you seeing yellow triangles in device manager?

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