where can i find drivers for an ASUS v2-m2v890 barebones system

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looking for ANY site that may have these to download. Everywhere I look wants to download their driver scanner but that doesn't help until I get the LAN driver.
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Both of those links I've already been to. The "driverstart" links to the "DriverDetective" scanner even though it says it is the driver file. The Asus link doesn't include any of the hardware drivers.

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In the device manager, right click on the lan device and select properties.
Then select the "Details" tab
Use Ctrl+c to copy the device instance ID string.
Then paste it (Ctrl+v) in your reply.

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obviously, I'm on a different system but here you go:

PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8169&SUBSYS_81691043&REV_10\4&172FB5D3&0&4899

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I would need the numbers from the system (or identical system) you need the drivers for. Is that what you posted?

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The system is an ASUS v2-m2v890 Barebones system running Windows XP

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I just want to make sure, are these the numbers from the computer you need the drivers for?
PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8169&SUBSYS_81691043&REV_10\4&172FB5D3&0&4899

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That is from the ASUS unit....the Ethernet adapter
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You can download the driver here.
http://www.netbump.com/hadi/entries/1515.zip 

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Thanks Guru....that did it. Now I can use the scanner to finish.

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Oops....sorry....Edbedb....the thanks goes to you.

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