ECS P35T-A Motherboardccokeman - August 26, 2007
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One thing you will need to do every time you install a new motherboard and operating system is to install the correct drivers for the motherboard. Board manufacturers include a driver and utility disk with each new motherboard so you don't have to go download the drivers on another computer. The driver and utility disk is an Autoplay disk that leads straight to the installation GUI. You can either use the GUI or a manual install, the choice is up to the end user.
Once the install path is chosen, the auto install takes over and gives a few choices along the way. The first choice includes the INF or Intel chipset utility that installs the chipset drivers. The second item chosen is the device category that includes the drivers for the LAN, audio, and RAID controller.
Each device or driver will install in turn, and upon completion, you will need to restart.
If the manual install is chosen, the individual drivers can be installed.