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    Quote Originally Posted by MLG221 View Post
    I just went to the sony support website and there drivers link is empty so I cant download any drivers. Where else can I get them?
    What is your model of VAIO laptop maybe I can get the specs for you and provide some links to drivers


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    Thats pretty old, I had a core 2 duo E8400 in 2009ish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLG221 View Post
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    You will probably want this page http://esupport.sony.com/US/p/model-...d#/downloadTab

    If I remember rightly Sony don't really care for the last letter off a model number if you can compare your specs with any of the models under the specs manuals tab then you should be good to go, I would run CPU-Z and check your chipset model so you can get the latest driver directly from INTEL.

    They have drivers for Windows 7 under the selection tab


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