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No, everything that might be needed will either be found by Windows or be available from ASRock's site.

My motherboard has a driver DVD that came with it. This may be a dumb question, but do I need to do anything with that, or can I just disregard it?

 

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It should have the latest version of the BIOS and drivers that were available at the time it was made on it, and probably also has digital copies of all the documentation. All of this is available on the manufacture website, so you can just put the disc back in the box and forget it exists unless you don't have Internet access. Which you clearly do.

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All depends on the motherboard and what the DVD contains. Your question is pretty vague without at least the board you have.

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Just now, An0maly_76 said:

Your question is pretty vague without at least the board you have.

I have the h670 pg riptide ASRock

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No, everything that might be needed will either be found by Windows or be available from ASRock's site.

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4 minutes ago, paquarri said:

I have the h670 pg riptide ASRock

The downloads page on ASRock's website for that board is here if you need drivers, BIOS updates, or manuals: https://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/H670 PG Riptide/#Download

 

The updates on the website will be more up-to-date than the disc is. You may want to check what version of the BIOS the board has and, if it's out of date, you may want to update it. It looks like there have been some updates to improve memory compatibility and CPU settings.

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