Originally Posted by gerryf
I was going to say that there are no chipset driver needed, since it is built in to Vista and I never needed one, but Intel did release more recently than the built in driver, so I would say FC's advice is a good call.
I agree, it was worth a shot. However, I think I created a larger issue. I think i got the wrong chipset driver and during the install, the machine shut down. Now it will not come back up - will not post or anything.
I know, I know - a windows driver causing damage? I have never seen it in all my years, but it really seems like perhaps the chipset got damamged somehow when I installed this. I admit, I didn't look too too close to make sure the driver was correct, so it's prbably not I did this before you posted this link.
now what.. I think its dead for good.