Question about Gigabyte GA-7VT600 1394 Motherboard
I have 3 different Gigabyte motherboards each seems to be messed up in a different way. The GA-7VT600 that will power up but won't stay on for more than 15 seconds. It has been known to have ram problems. I have a Gigabyte 7NF-RZ which refuses to turn on evan after I've checked all the connections. I also have a Gigabyte 7VM400M-RZ that has a AGP slot that does not work. If anyone has any ideas that can help that would be wonderfull.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MOTHERBOARD INSTALLATION CD
Hi rex, you can download all the drivers you need for the 7VM400M-RZ motherboard directly from Gigabyte here.
These drivers are free.
Once downloaded & uncompressed you can burn the to a CD.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
the drivers are on this page
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Posted on Jan 27, 2009
Yes without the jumpers in the correct position the on-board audio won't function. Just follow the diagram. Make sure that there is no power to the board before you make adjustments to the jumpers just to be safe. It's also good to ground yourself by touch the case (if it's metal) before you touch any of the components and or motherboard.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
SOURCE: gigabyte GA-8s649mf headers
It is a very an old question. I had this problem myself at an early age.
Here is an image that will help you:
These are small, 2-pin cables that are in Red, Blue and Green colors (with white main connector). Try to not bend te pins receptors, because they are very fragile.
1. Plug the POWER_SW cable on the first two left pins;
2. Plug the HDD_LED cable next to it;
3. Plug the POWER_LED cable either to the insulated 2-pin slot or next to the two others you plugged in;
Be carefull because if you missplace the order your system won't power up, and insert them horizontally.
If you need further assistance, please post.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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