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I have no driver discs for my old computer...

Okay so i'm trying to get my older 800mhz computer up and running again.  I installed windows 98 on it so I could play some old computer games that won't run on xp.  Well anyways, when I bought the computer it came with all the neccessary drivers on one cd-rom.  All the network / sound / etc...

Well I have lost this disc, my motherboard is completely generic with onboard ethernet, and sound...  I have no idea how i'm going to get the correct drivers so I can connect through my lan...

Heres what the manual says:

PC200 Systemboard (no copyrights)
M800LMR User's Manual

Anyone have some ideas how I can get her up and running?

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Looks like a PC Chips


You could also get a copy of Everest. It will tell you more than you want to know:

Everest Home Edition:

WhipsmackAuthor Commented:
Thanks very much.  That is weird that no where on the manual does it say PC chips...But ya I went to that DL link and all they have is a bios update, nothing for the ethernet or sound.  I will download everest and take it from there.  Thanks a lot.  
Thank you much.    : )

>> no where on the manual does it say PC chips <<   They farmed out a lot of stuff. I found some of my other PC Chips bookmarks, but most seem to be bad.  : /

This might be of some help, but Everest will probably be your best shot.

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