Okay go to the link I posted above....In fact I'll post it here again for your convenience.http://usa.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=tElmFMz0YPEK37pl
Please look for a tab called Download
on this page. It is right below the picture of your motherboard.
There is an empty drop down menu next to the words Operating System
Here I want you to click the little arrow and when the menu drops down, choose WinXP
Once this is done, the page will reload with a list of 18
options to choose from.
These are BIOS updates, Drivers for your various hardware and manuals for your motherboard.
The sixth one on this list is RAID
Click the + to expand this option.
You should now see the following text. SIS RAID Driver V1.05
Please click the floppy disk ICON next to the name China
Do NOT click P2P, this means Peer to Peer and you could be downloading the file from another persons computer..I DO NOT recommend this at all as viruses or Trojans are possible.
Save this file to your desktop for easy retrieval.
It is mostly a .ZIP file, you have to un-zip the file and locate the executable (.EXE) file and move to your desktop.
Once you have the executable file on your desktop, double click it and agree with the terms of the EULA and allow it to install and follow the prompts on the screen.
The URL I listed above also has drivers for your other hardware and there are owners manuals in English where it says Manuals
The BIOS updates have to do with updating your motherboard's BIOS.
Most Asus motherboards have a flashing utility that flashes the BIOS EPROM chip to a newer BIOS string.
These updates sometimes have newer hardware support or correct bugs that were released in earlier versions of the motherboard's BIOS.
I suggest that a person with advanced knowledge of the BIOS to attempt a BIOS flash, because this procedure can cause the motherboard to become un-bootable in the event the flash fails.