Re: Motherboard and CPU
if you can, before you turn the power off for the last time, go to device manager and uninstall all the drivers for the motherboard.
Then, after you install the new motherboard and cpu, windows (assuming you have it) should detect the hardware change and prompt you to install drivers.
if not, just pop the install disk in and do it manually. You should be ok.
Asus M4A88T-M/USB3<>PhenomII X4 965e<>Asus ENGTX460
Seagate 320GB/1TB<>Win7 Ulti 64Bit<>Antec900
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