Driver Detection Scan

  Pangie 11:34 01 Apr 05

I bought an old pc without manuals nor software, re-installed WIN 98.I dont have sound and cant increase resolution from 640x480.

Just ran Driver Detection Scan and it has picked the following 3 drivers which need an update: 1.Standard PCI Graphics Adapter (VGA) 2.VIA Bus Master PCI IDE Controllers 3.VIA Tech 3038 PCI to USB Universal Host Controller.

To update the above i have to join them and pay $29.95 US.I believe i can get these updates for free from some-where.

The motherboard is MicroStar Inc. MS-6511, a Packard Bell system

According to Belarc report, Network Drivers and Mulitimedia where NOT DETECTED.

Please help me to sort out this problem,thank you in advance

  Zaphod Beeblebrox 11:53 01 Apr 05

have looked on the msi site who manufacture your mobo to no avail the packard bell site does provide drivers if you can find your pc click here

hope this is of some help

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