Posted 01 December 2011 - 06:58 AM
The "chipset" designation for a mainboard refers to the support chipset that connects the CPU to all the peripherals. For an Intel CPU, besides Intel themselves, a number of manufacturers produce support chipsets, eg nVidia. If your model of Biostar board had an nVidia chipset for example, that CD would not be for it.
One way to assess the contents of the CD is to view the folder names, they are usually divided up by manufacturer and function. Mostly you can work out what drivers in general are on the CD, and probably which specific models the drivers are for from installer text files in the folders.
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