[SOLVED] What drivers should I install?

Cyberat_88

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I usually install the ones that came with the PC on a disk.
However, which to install starts from a simple rule - no duplicates.
If you have 2 identical, choose the latest one. Make sure you got the OS and your model down correctly though.
For beginners I even recommend installing the utility software, but it is usually unnecessary.
Take all the downloads and put them in one folder, make backups of them, case you will need them at a later time.
Files do go corrupt once in a blue moon while.
 
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Ralston18

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This:

"chipset section there are too many"

I do not (full disclosure) know.

You must update your post to include full system OS and hardware details.

What "chipset" - is that is indeed the issue?

If there are truly "too many" then all you can do is to start comparing what you have to what is available.

Details matter.
 

Cyberat_88

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I usually install the ones that came with the PC on a disk.
However, which to install starts from a simple rule - no duplicates.
If you have 2 identical, choose the latest one. Make sure you got the OS and your model down correctly though.
For beginners I even recommend installing the utility software, but it is usually unnecessary.
Take all the downloads and put them in one folder, make backups of them, case you will need them at a later time.
Files do go corrupt once in a blue moon while.
 
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The truth is that I always paid attention to what the task manager and the asus crate told me, so in theory I should only install the first chipset driver named 10.1.18838.8284 and the last serial IO driver and obviously the audio driver
 

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