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Unless it is a pre-built computer, (Dell, HP, etc) and they have such a driver disk for it that supports Windows 7, no there isn't. You're going to have to go to the various hardware or device (motherboard/chipset, video, audio, etc) manufacturer's site for any drivers that Windows doesn't support or for the latest versions.
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