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hi there.
this is all the info i can find.plus try the link at the bottom might help you out some more.
If your computer blue screens when you turn it on, then loading in safe mode could help you get into your computer to sort out the problem. To boot safe mode in Windows 8: Hold Shift and press F8 upon startup to open Recovery Mode. Select See Advanced Repair Options, press Troubleshoot and select Advanced Options.

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Intel... | Answered on Nov 17, 2017 | 301 views


It is unlikely that you have a bad motherboard. In installing and replacing hundreds of motherboards over the years, I've never seen lack of audio as a symptom of a bad motherboard. It is most likely either a driver or a configuration issue. Here are the steps I would take in troubleshooting the lack of audio on your system -

First of all, ensure that you've downloaded and installed the correct audio drivers for your operating system -

GA G41M Combo rev 1 3 Motherboard GIGABYTE

Once you have the proper Audio Drivers installed (and any other drivers you may need for the motherboard from the Gigabyte website), you need to ensure your audio mixer controls are working properly.

Click on the speaker icon in your system tray, then raise the volume level. When you click on the volume level slider itself, you should hear a "ding" sound each time you click on it.

If no sound is heard, click on "Mixer" below the volume level slider.
raise the levels of each item that shows, and unmute anything that is muted. Click on the volume control slider and you should hear a tone.

As far as recording goes, you didn't mention what software program you are using to record with, so I can't help you there. However, if you right click on the speaker icon in the system tray, you can select Recording Devices.

Ensure no recording devices are muted, and raise the levels of any devices that show there.

At this point, you should have sound at least coming through the speakers / headphones. If the microphone volume is too soft, you can enable microphone boost by doing the following -

Click on the start button.
Click on Control Panel
Click on "Harware and Sound"
Under "Sound", click on "manage audio devices"
Select the "Recording" tab, then click on Microphone.
Click on "properties" button in the lower right side of screen.
Click on "Custom" tab, and check "Microphone boost".
Click the OK buttons to accept the changes and close the screen

Intel... | Answered on Oct 05, 2017 | 162 views


Try to register the DLL file. Goto run type cmd. This will open the command prompt. Type regsvr32 c:\enter location of .dll file\m3plugin.dll and press enter. This will register the .dll file if that is the problem.

Intel... | Answered on Sep 12, 2017 | 250 views


was your mother board a brand new or just an old savge MB. try to check the DIMMS. Intel board was so sensetive in memory cards , they dont make a display as soon as your DIMMS are defective

Intel... | Answered on Aug 21, 2017 | 229 views


your mother boards was defective already. look in your MB if thre is some blotted caps in your Bourds. and if they are present in your MB it is necessary to change your MB for the safety of your data. in near future

Intel... | Answered on Aug 21, 2017 | 952 views


once your computer take an BOD or blue screen of *****. it is an indicator that one of you perepherals was damage. in that case you only have to option the memory cards or the HDD. if some point you dont experience a hard time in booting it is not the HDD. maybe your memory cards was in defective state. sometimes good sometimes bad. try to chkdsk first or scan your HDD for posible bad cluster. and make a test also in your memory using some stress memory tester

Intel... | Answered on Aug 21, 2017 | 37 views


dave, google.com

type in that number like you did on the message and loads of info will appear

Intel... | Answered on Aug 02, 2017 | 315 views


Fiend your solution direct from intel. Here is your solution........

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http://www.intel.com/motherboard/prob676ijt65/solution
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Intel... | Answered on Mar 29, 2017 | 375 views


Your board is a
Intel® Desktop Board D865GVHZ
Here is your manual:
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d865gvhz/sb/cs-010872.htm

Intel... | Answered on Nov 24, 2016 | 131,438 views


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Intel... | Answered on Aug 14, 2016 | 572 views


With the motherboard in the case and the back of the case away from you the front panel pins are on the front left of the motherboard. They will have simple labels;

PWR power
RST reset
HLED hard dive LED
PLED power LED
You can get it wrong without breaking it so just keep trying until the right buttons and lights work.

Intel... | Answered on Jul 09, 2016 | 1,247 views


To Install the Windows 7 Operating System (Win 7 OS):

Instructions for a "Clean/New Windows 7 Installation:

AFTER BACKING ALL YOUR DATA THAT YOU DON"T WANT TO LOSE, Do the Following :

1) Insert your Genuine Windows 7 System Disc (Retail or OEM System Installation Disc).

2) Close down all programs and restart your computer.

3) As soon as the computer restarts, you should see a prompt that says something like this: "Press any key to boot from cd/dvd"

....So press any key!... This will boot to the installation disc and prepare for installation or repair (we are going to be installing windows, so ignore the repair options you see on the screen).

*If you don't press a key in time, you will see that the computer will attempt to boot from the hard disc drive instead... if that happens, restart the computer and press a key when prompted.

4) Depending on your particular Windows Version, you will see a prompt that says something about "Do you accept the license terms?" Click "Yes" or "I accept", etc.. and continue on...

5) Choos Custom or Advanced Settings (the other option is for an upgrade..)

6)Select the desired hard disc drive, (HDD aka Hard Drive), Select "Drive Options", and follow the onscreen instructions "Delete the partitions" (Do not Leave another windows installation on the same hard disc drive, unless you are experienced and know how to "dual-boot" properly!) Delete the Partitions.

7) Now choose to install windows (be sure to select the newly deleted empty (unformatted) partition. Windows 7 will automatically format the drive for you and will begin to install windows 7. Follow the onscreen instructions and within a half an hour or less (depending on your hardware) you will be finished, just be sure not to leave the computer unattended while performing a windows installation, since it requires your input quite often to proceed.

That's pretty much all there is to it!.. if you have any more trouble...
Google it or Bing it.... Search Engines are awesome!.... Enjoy!





*NOTE- If your windows 7 disc is a "Upgrade" disc, then you must perform an upgrade while running your previous/older windows version, since Windos Upgrade Discs aren't bootable, they simply patch the older version, replace system files, etc... to transform the previous windows installation into the target/newer version. If you want to perform a clean install, be sure you own a Windows 7 Installation / System Startup Disc.

Intel... | Answered on Apr 27, 2016 | 307 views


Well, it depends on your computer specification because every operating system has it own hardware requirements. Before upgrading to windows 7 make it sure your motherboard support the windows 7 operating system. In your case your motherboard supported by the windows 7 so when upgrading rather formatting your computer you must have the windows 7 installer. Then follow this video tutorial on how to setup your computer to windows 7. Before formatting you must have to back up all your data or files saved on your hard drive. Have a nice day

Intel... | Answered on Dec 07, 2015 | 779 views


http://www.cpu-world.com/Sockets/Socket%20M%20%28mPGA478MT%29.html

Intel... | Answered on Dec 01, 2015 | 169 views


take this link to Intel and follow on screen instructions

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/

Intel... | Answered on Nov 06, 2016 | 4,602 views


These are the Intel chip set numbers from an Intel Socket 775 motherboard.
To get the model of the Motherboard, check the BIOS# first or the Intel website, because this chip set was used on a large number of motherboards.

Intel... | Answered on Jul 08, 2015 | 93 views


my board is intel e210882.i'm not get driver cd.how to intall lan,sound&vga

Intel... | Answered on Jun 28, 2015 | 7,482 views


It is not the RESET but the BIOS which is not functioning.

Intel... | Answered on Jun 24, 2015 | 90 views

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