Windows missing drivers

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So today i put in a new motherboard and a new CPU and then put all my parts into a new case. I turn on my computer and let it boot up. After waiting and a few times turning the computer on and off for various other reasons i found that my computer couldn't install a few certain drivers. Without these drivers i can't acces the internet and each time i plug in a USB it can't find it so i have no idea how i can install and update these following drivers:

- Ethernet Controller
- PCI Memory Controller
- PCI Simple Communications Controller
- SM Bus Controller
- Universal Serial Bus (USB) Controller

and thoughts?
 

Luminary

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If you have the mobo driver disk that would be your best bet, as Corwin65 already suggested.

IF you don't have that disk (or don't have a disk drive), you should be able to download the missing drivers from the motherboard's official website to a USB. You could then plug the USB into your new system to install the required drivers from there.
 

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Borrow or buy an optical disk. BTW, how were you going to install windows?
 

Minikronos

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i changed from a i3 to a i5, do i need to still re install windows? hmm

also i have the most incredible set up rn (due to some incredibly tight screws i can't remove the disk drive from my old case) i have managed to get a disk drive working on my computer :) and i can put the disk that came with my mobo into my computer
 

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Glad to hear you were able to get a disc drive up and running. :)

Even though many people don't get them any more I personally still have at least one DVD drive sitting around just for situations like these.

Cheers
 

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