I wouldn't bother with the motherboard's CD, as those drivers are usually outdated. if you don't know what chipset drivers are, this would be a good time to have a friend supervise, or get the list of steps out in the open here for a clean install. Your motherboard has a chipset, typically either Intel, Nvidia, or AMD. It identifies what type of motherboard you have, what it supports, what features it has, etc...possibly the most important component to consider. That chipset has drivers, such as Intel's all-in-one installer. You should/need to have this installed before you move along to any other drivers. Without them, you can experience some odd issues, such as this.