Two of the same Chipset drivers installed?

I had to re-install Windows XP recently, so I had to re-install all the drivers again. My motherboard is a Biostar TA790GXE 128M. I had the Biostar Drivers and Utilities CD, so I installed the Chipset driver. Then I went to the Biostar website and installed all the other drivers. In the process, I accidentally installed the Chipset driver at the website too. I don't know if they're the same driver or not. I was just wondering if that will cause any harm to the computer?
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  1. It should not cause an issue. It is most likely the chipset driver from the website is the newer / current version of the drive, which the CD didn't contain. If there was a conflict with the drivers being the same, you would've most likely received some type of an error message.
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