Question Recent replaced motherboard and cpu due to old one wouldn't allow pc to boot

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After replacing old gigabyte board with a ASUS H110M-R, it's taken me into BIOS and then booted up windows, only problem now it's doesn't recognise new mobo and all drivers are still for old board, won't even reconise USB WiFi.
Any help will be much appreciated, TIA
 
If you replace motherboard with different chipset/model motherboard, it is recommended to reinstall windows.

Or you have to manually get rid of all the old drivers and install new drivers. This doesn't always let you get rid of all the issues though. So - reinstall.
 
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Thank you SkyNetRising for your fast reply! I thought that could be the case, another problem Ive run into is Windows 10 will not let me reset my Pc, Feel a bit stuck when it tells me I'm unable to reset lol also I apologise for lack of information, fairly new to PC, gave up with console and want to learn more about PC Gaming but alot of stuff I have googled just brings confusion😂
 

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