Motherboards come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with each serving a specific purpose. It provides a single platform to which all of the computer’s components are connected. All of the important compact parts, such as the CPU, video cards, sound cards, and drivers, are directly or indirectly connected to the motherboard. Although assembling a motherboard does not require rocket science, it is a delicate task. First-timers should seek the supervision or assistance of an expert.
After you’ve correctly assembled your motherboard, it’s time to see if it’s working properly. Connect power to your motherboard and restart your computer. When everything is up and running, you must install the motherboard drivers. The motherboard driver should only be installed after the system boots without errors.
In this article we will cover the whole Motherboard installation process, along with providing the answer to the question “At What Point During The Motherboard Installation Should You Install The Motherboard Drivers?”
Installing The Motherboard Driver
It is determined by the motherboard’s version. Most versions of Windows include the most recent driver updates. Check the “Device Manager” to ensure that all required drivers are installed and operational. If your system is missing a driver, you must install it manually. Chipset, Audio driver, Network connection (LAN), and VGA Driver/HD Graphics are some of the most important drivers that must be installed.
How To Install The Motherboard Drivers?
It is best to use the CD that came with the motherboard. You can, however, use a different CD from the same company. It will function properly:
Method – 1
- Insert the CD into the DVD drive on your computer. Open “My Computer” or “This PC,” then your disk.
- It will start installing automatically. If it doesn’t, right-click on the disk and select “Install or run the program from media.”
- A tab will appear; select the necessary drivers to install and then click Install.
- The system will begin to install the drivers. Wait for the system to install the drivers, after which the computer will prompt you to restart.
- Select restart. After restarting your computer, you should have all of the drivers installed.
Method – 2
You must download and install the software from Google if you do not have the CD.
- Open Google and search for the model number of your motherboard. Go to the motherboard’s website by clicking the link. The website of your motherboard will open. Look for the option “Support” and click on it to go to the download section.
- Select your operating system, then the driver you want to install. The download will begin after you are directed to the download page.
That brings us to the end of this article. To summarize, in this article, we covered the intricacies of installing Motherboard drivers. If you came to this article with confusions regarding this, we hope it has been solved.
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