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Here try this link, it will take you to MSI site, scroll down the page and 1 by 1 download the Drivers that match your operating system XP,Vista,Windows7 etc.... download and install 1 at a time, make a list of what you have done so you don't get confused..
This is your Mainboard driver MSI K8T Neo V (MS-7032)
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VIA 10/100 LAN Drivers XP : Vista : VIA PIDE/SATA RAID Drivers & Utility XP : Vista : Realtek ALC Series AC97 Audio Driver XP : VIA Chipset 4in1 Drivers XP : Vista : VIA VT8237(R) SATA RAID Driver (For floppy driver) XP32bit : AMD Cool and Quiet Driver • AMD Athlon™ 64/Sempron™/Turion™ 64/Opteron™ systems with ACPI 2.0 processor performance control objects • WinXP WHQL pass XP :
This problem of yours I had with different mothboards..I must say ..there some problems to check. first..and the most important is the video card problem..it ussualy gives theese signs of problem..scond as importance...and the most painful is teh mainboard itself,having a short circuit or some conectionion interupted.,which leads to the video cared.. and after that...the ramm dimms can be damaged and also the hdd sometimes give some kind of problems... However,from my experience..I say that..the mainboard is 70% of cases faulty..and 30% the video card... try to make a bios update...but I dont think will solve the problem... I have a similar model...K9A Platinum with ati chipset...had lots of problems too...