AMIMBID.EXE (91.7 KB)
This is the unzipped version of the file on AMI's website which is available for free downloading. It is probably best to run this from DOS, so put this file on a bootable diskette. Boot from the diskette and then type the name of the program.
The program attempts to identify the manufacturer of the motherboard and gives some other information which it then stores in a file on the disk that you run it from.
Once you get the name of the motherboard manufacturer, you probably will be able to find their site on the Internet and download any drivers you need from them.
Mark Richards (DG Member) on 2001-01-24 10:49:49
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