I`ve got a problem with motherboard on vga card slot it is many different voltage so my notebook didnt work properly, it`s no power. so if you can help me that will be wonderfull. maybe you`ve got a circuit diagram or schematic ???
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You should be able to select "auto" in the bios settings, Restart and hold down the delete button, most machines will get you in this way. from there you should be able to see the card and set it up, do this prior to putting in the card, the slot is more than likelly turned off if there was no card in there. If this doesn't solve it, you will need to give more specific info. like make and model number of both the card and board
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If your motherboard has an AGP expansion slot the any AGP video card will work. There are a large range of makes and models with different performances from low end to high performance models. I suggest you Google search for AGP graphics cards and check out the specification and prices. Some computer games require high performance graphics cards and if you are into these games then check out the graphics card requirements for these games.
Because I don't know the BIOS version I can't walk you through the steps of disabling the on-board video. However you could try resetting the CMOS.
Remove the power cord from the back of the machine and install your new video card in the slot. Look for the CMOS battery which looks like this >>>
Remove this battery for 20 minutes while periodically pressing the on/off button to de-spell any residual power from the motherboard. After 20 minutes is up put the battery back in and plug in the power cord. Start the computer and it should now auto detect the video card and you should see info on the screen. Remember that you will have to set the date and time as these are reset.
You've overloaded and busted the PSU. The voltages are different in different countries and you should use a voltage stabilizer which you haven't. You need to get the warranty out as it can be expensive to replace and fit in a shop.
Well it depends from your sound card manufacturer. Most of sound card manufactures provide you with installation drivers and software, but if you are asking about what software you should use i suggest you usage of Realtek HD audio sound drivers they work on all windows/mac/and i suppose linpus linux/ubuntu platforms.
Did you check your BIOS to be sure that both PCI-E slots are enabled? If so, then did your check the documentation that came with your video cards to see if there's any setting your have to make\change in order to run the cards in SLI? The User's Manual for the motherboard may tell you if BIOS settings have to be change for running in SLI.
make sure pc is off ,make sure video card is seated properly if it is try resetting cmos there is 3-pin jumper ususlly by battery and usually says reset cmos by it I have seen many differences according to mobo this can also be accomplished by taking out the mobo battery (the little round silver battery) if you have jumper take off 2 pins its on know put on other 2 for 1min then put back turn on, if removing battery take out then turn on pc
The manual is incorrect. Memory is under keyboard. There is a small hole to the left of the right speaker. insert a paperclip vertically into the hole and apply a slight amount of pressure at the same time sliding the plastic section to the left. It should be obvious at this stage. then fold back keyboard. 2 memory slots are located under the plate near the middle of the unit. Specs say max of 2 x 512MB modules. they are PC2100 DDR266 200 pin SODIMM. If there is someone else reading this maybe they can tell me what the slot is for under the smaller plate to the right of the memory compartment.
Your laptop can have up to 1 GB of memory. You should have two slots and you can install 512 MB per slot. Your laptop is using 200 Pin DDR PC2100 266 MHz CL 2.5 SODIMM. You can also install PC3200, but your laptop will clock it down to 266 MHz.
Have you tried downloading the newest most up-to-date drivers availiable? If not I would try that first.
If that fails to work, I would check and see if there are any bios updates as the video card is part of the motherboard. However, I would think that since it works without the drivers, it would be a driver issue, not bios. When you have the drivers installed, does the video show up while booting and then fail in Windows?
You may also be hitting a range or resolution that is not supported by your TV. That being said, you could check your TVs owner manual for supported modes. If you do not have your owners manual, try setting the video card at some different resolutions with a monitor, shut down, plug back into the tv, and then restart the computer. If you find one that works, great!