This blog post will answer a question that many have asked, “at what point during the motherboard installation should you install the motherboard drivers?” With so much information on installing motherboards, it’s hard to know where they belong. This is especially true for those who are new to IT work. As with most computer components, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. It all depends on how you’re installing your motherboard and what other devices need installed first before the motherboard can be attached. There are three basic methods for installing a motherboard: A) with the CPU and RAM already inserted (the installation will be easier if they’re in place), B) after adding the other components such as the hard drive, DVD-ROM, etc., or C) hand wiring. If you decide to install your new motherboard without any of its parts attached first, then it’s time to install drivers before attaching it. This is especially true when using old motherboards that lack CD drives; you’ll need to connect an IDE cable from one end of the board to another. You can also download them ahead of time on most modern computers by going into Device Manager and updating all devices. The video below shows how this process works: __

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