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Originally posted by autowrench
First, download a torrent down-loader, like bittorrent. Then go here and click the link that says: "Download this torrent," not the one that says "Download." Burn the iso to a CD, burn it as an image file, and not just a file, it is an ISO Image. Then just insert the CD and do a search for drivers, and point it to the CD. I have this, and it has never failed to find the correct driver for any hardware I have ever seen.
Ok heres what i found. First off the iso isnt a typical iso, its double rared. So if you want Windows device manager to search it you have to unpack the full iso then unpack each and every other rar. Each rar unpacked is 1.4 gig now times that times 56 and youll see the proplem. Im not possitive but all the files inside the iso are identical. After seting up a new folder to unpack to, every other folder had the same contents. I used image burn and burnt the first rar to disk and it worked fine. If i missed something as well please let me know.