Question about ASUS CROSSHAIR Motherboard
Hi i have a crosshair mobo from asus ,i had been using asus own small sound card in a very small sound port which is above the pci ports. due to recent blue screens indicating sound conflicts , i reformatted and reloaded windows all went well no problems, single beep post. only the brand new creative sound card x-fi just isnt recognised as even being in the pci port, which it is tightly secure in pci port, anyhelp appreciated
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try removing everything attached to it. The only thing should be the cpu and cpu fan. Turn it on. If it is the same, then it is your motherboard. If you do get the beeping, then start installing things one by one starting with the memory.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
Go to Add/Remove Programs and uninstall the software related to your soundcard.
Go to Device Manager and remove the sound card it is the device that has an exclamation point or question mark.
Turn off your PC and remove the Card. Then turn it back on again and enter the BIOS setup and disable the built in sound card of your motherboard then press F10 and save the changes.
Restart your computer and verify that windows is not going to scan for missing devices. Check the Device Manager again and look for any devices that has an exclamation point or question mark. If there is none. Turn off your computer put the sound card back in and turn it on again. Put in the CD Driver but exit on the autorun let windows detect the card automatically and wait for it to ask for the location of the drivers. Point or browse to the driver location and let the installation finish and click on ok. Your PC may ask for another restart do that turn on your speaker and listen for the boot up sound if your hear it then your card is now working.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: just put together a new
further to this... go to this site... you will see a button that says autoupdate.... click on that it should detect and install the driver for you
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
I have the same board (M2N-SLI) with a BFG 9800 GTX with no video either. I have the card in the black slot and I have 2 mem sticks in the yellow. Shouldn't make a difference if I'm using a monitor not an LCD right? Everything spins up for me too, hard drive, vid card has power, CPU fan is on, post (green) light is on.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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