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Windows 7: All the drivers for Asus Z97-K for Windows 7

29 Aug 2017   #1

win 7 x64 ulti sp1
All the drivers for Asus Z97-K for Windows 7

I'm sorry for my bad english.

Hope this is the right place. I'm waiting for your best answers.

I have 4790k and Asus Z97-K. What are the drivers needed for this motherboard must be installed ? I checked asus website and selected windows 7 :

Z97-K | Motherboards | ASUS Global

But the drivers i installed caused exclamation mark at device manager.

What are all the drivers i need in my new system ?

Note: I dont have any graphic card on my system. I will buy later. I want to use hd4600 in the cpu for now.
I have only one sata 3 disk and dont have any pci sound card or lan card. Im using Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Thanks for everything.

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29 Aug 2017   #2

Linux Mint 18.2 xfce 64-bit (VMWare host) / Windows 8.1 Pro 32-bit (VMWare guest)

There are at least four drivers you will need, maybe five: * Ethernet * Wifi * Chipset * Audio * On-board video * Graphics card Here is a thread which discusses how to find out what drivers you need, and where to find them: Need drivers for HP 23-r111 Windows 7 Solved - Windows 7 Help Forums Basically, you need to use the VEN-DEV method. 1. Go into Device Manager, and for every device in the right panel which has an error marker, right-click on it, then check the properties. If you dig around in there, you will find something which looks like this: PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_2B3B103C&REV_10 In this example (yours will be different), the VEN (vendor) number is 10EC, and the DEV (device) number is 8168. Go to the following website: PCI Vendor and Device Lists. Put your DEV number in the Device Search field and click Search. A screen will appear which will have some listings. There will be one or more listings with both your DEV number and your VEN number. These listings each have links; click on each link, to see what you can find. One of these links will have the driver listed that you need. Repeat the above for each driver that you need. Hint: If you get the Ethernet or wifi driver installed first, you can then look for more drivers on the computer with the new motherboard -- that is easier than having to find a second computer to get your drivers from. Another hint: Create a folder on your hard drive, and store the drivers there, in case you ever need them in the future. Update: Sorry about the way this looks. It won't space out my text.
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