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    Default I Found My Devices, Now I Need The Drivers

    I been looknig for a week trying to find out my device drivers for audio, graphics, and networking so i can install iATKOS on my PC. I know the devices just not the drivers.

    So can someone help to find out my drivers

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    can anyone help me?

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    Boot on Windows, install EVEREST and CPU-Z, and post the logs here.

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    ok i got EVEREST i didnt need CPU-Z i have it and know my processor is SSE2 and SSE3.

    Since the report is long you want to just tell me where to look for my drivers?

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    In Everest Report search for your sound card, graphic and network chipset model and their vendor/product ID


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    Intel(R) 82865G Graphics Controller
    Intel(R) PRO/100 VE Network Connection
    I dont know which one is my sound so i'll post both.

    Unimodem Half-Duplex Audio Device
    SoundMAX Intergrated Digital Audio

    I couldnt find the product id i searched google. but those are the devices.

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    SoundMax is your built-in audio device.

    The vendor/product IDs can be found in the hardware enumerator in Windows.

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    i only found the hardware id, is that same?

 

 

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