My first homebuilt computer is finally done... but wait...

SO i put my whole computer together and installed windows just fine (with many snags along the way haha) and now it is time for me to install all of my drivers...

Here's my build first of all:

Case: Thermaltake Level 10 GT
Motherboard: ASrock Extreme3
CPU: intel core i-5 sandy bridge
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
Ram: Corsair Vengeance 8GB
Hard drive: Seasgate Momentus XT
Video Card: MSI Geforce GTX 670 (2x)
Sound Card: Rocketfish 7.1
Power Supply: Corsair TX850

SO i thought the first thing i should install is the mobo disc. I put it in while in windows and a window pops up for it, i click run, it reboots and comes up with a black screen saying generate serial ATA driver Diskette? [Y/N]
I hit Y thinking it would install... it says no supported drive found: Floppy 1.44MB and USB drive! Reboot system now Press any key to continue...

What in the world do i do???? Also this may be the first of many issues as i am suffering from a severe lack of sleep and cannot think straight, but i want to get my awesome machine working. THANKS!
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  1. pick no instead of yes. You dont need to make the diskette to install the drivers
  2. Even if i click no it still makes me reboot
  3. anything happen after the re-boot?
  4. Just download the drivers from Asrock: http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.asp?Model=Z68%20Extreme3%20Gen3&o=Win764

    Also that sounds like the SATA raid drivers which you likely don't need.
  5. after reboot it just does the same thing. I cant access the internet because my ethernet port wont work without drivers... or so i thought
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