Updating sis chipset driver
3.84), which so far seems to be functioning perfectly well with Windows 7.
Yeah, I saw that neither release is supported by Vista or Windows 7, but I've had success with other non-supported drivers by installing them through Device Manager rather than with the Windows Installer, which is what I was going to try in this case.
The most important of these chips are called the motherboard chipset.
The chipset has a driver which can affect the speed and stability of many of the devices built into your motherboard.
Your motherboard contains a CPU, some RAM, and expansion slots.
But it also contains some silicon chips which make all of those parts work together.