Updating the motherboard
Consult your Motherboard Manual Before Making Changes Editing the system BIOS and motherboard settings improperly can result in system failure.Be sure to read your motherboard's manual thoroughly before attempting to flash your BIOS or update your motherboard's chipset drivers.Even if you don't have an AGP motherboard, it's a good idea to be sure that your chipset drivers are updated to the latest version.
The often times requires a floppy drive to be installed on the system.For instance, if you’re swapping an older motherboard with an Intel chipset for one with a more recent version of the same chipset, updating the drivers from the manufacturer’s website should result in the correct drivers being installed for your new motherboard.Manufacturers make drivers available in “supersets” – so although your older driver is present on your hard disk, so is the later one.The presence of a new piece of hardware like a motherboard may cause an application to be locked (an anti-piracy function) so you may need to re-enter the key after adding the new motherboard.It’s also worth removing any premium Adobe software that you have installed, as these will probably fail to work on a new motherboard without reinstallation. Depending on the motherboard swap you’re carrying out, you may need to update your drivers.
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If you're having any kind of stability problems with your motherboard then it's a good idea to install the latest chipset drivers.