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Amptron Motherboard

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by lsoliz, Jul 20, 2006.

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  1. lsoliz

    lsoliz Thread Starter

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    I have upgraded a pc to windows 2000

    i have upgraded all the drivers successfully, except for the video driver. i cannot find this driver anywhere. does anyone know where i can download that.
    the video is builtin to the motherboard and it is an Amptron PC100. it is a 586 series

    Thanks in advance

    lsoliz
     
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    if you tell us the make and model of your mainboard we will try to help you

    when the pc boots on the screen it may have your mainboard model at first for a second, if you press the pauss key it should hold the display

    you or somone unplug the pc and open the case, with a flash light look for the model number.

    if this is an OEM PC like gateway or dell or emachine, just give us the model of the PC:)
     
  3. lsoliz

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    Not sure but after looking at the motherboard i think it is

    Amibios 586

    GM25990
     
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    Hmmmm I looked on Amptron's web site, they are not one of the best manufacturers of mainboards. Seems they have very few drivers, look a gain, it might be inbetween the card slots ( where the cards plug in. There are also progs like driver genuis, that will tell you the missing driver. I will try to find it.
     
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    thank you
     
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