ok i wrote to them via email and asked why they removed the files.. they acknowledged that the html front end is disconnected from the downloads by way of reccommending that i access the ftp site - they said that all the files are there.. i was going to respond adn say yea well what good is that when the file arent sorted in any comprehensible manner for most people to be able to decipher..
anyways i was able to get my system working after some hard work making driver floppy installers to get my usb + networking + drivers installed, but its all working perfectly now, what a nightmare that was... thanks to phil from philscomputerlab site posting the intel chipset installer.. that saved my bacon! thank you!
it doesnt make sense logically why they would want to have to spend time answering emails from angry vintage hardware geeks hahah rather then keep their existing system up? i hope it was an accident.. i guess no more AOPEN hardware for me in the future :x they make some nice stuff too what a shame
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