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The software for your motherboard (assuming it is "MS 7336 version 1.0"), can be found at this link:
And downloading the first file in the grid.
Or by clicking here
On that site you can also find other drivers that you might need to install to have your computer working completely.
Hi, in order to have a functioning audio device, you need to install the drivers that will allow your OS to identify your internal audio chipset. You can find them on your motherboard's official site, be sure to identify your motherboard exact model and your OS versions. Once you have download and installed them, you will be able to hear whatever you want from your audio output. Hope it helped, franz
Hate to say it.. but yes your service center is correct.
The motherboard or the back plane on the motherboard is not able to handle the windows load, just sits there stating it is installing .... but there is no progress on the screen.
I note, you stated that you have formatted the HDD, if you did not, the data on the disk could be prone to corruption.
To verify and/or prove a point ... I'll try another Operating System (OS) ... The freeware linux versions.
Fedora Core or Ubuntu.
You can download a "live CD" which starts the OS and if it starts, then it may not necessarily be a motherboard issue.
From the liveCD you can then install onto your computer and install free versions of word, excel, etc .. I'd suggest OpenOffice.
Either this should assist in verifying you have a hardware related issue or not for loading any operating systems.
hope this helped ....
you did not stated exactly the problem but try to look if your computer see harddrive first, if it is so, reset bios (procedure will be in your motherboard manual) and then check again.
this problem can be related to loose cable connection on motherboards (if you shifted or knock your computer lately), faulty motherboard or indeed faulty hard drive.
it is best if you can access bios and set it up to bood from cd as primary device, then download any diagnostic program and run it to determine what is the problem. but i suspect it is your harddrive... try to borrow working one from other computer and then see if it boot in.
Hi sachin. Copy the model number of your sound card from the motherboard's CD and search for the drivers in the corresponding vendor's site. You will definitely find the drivers on the site. Else , just post the model of the sound device, i will you the link to the driver download.