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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: M2A-VM Audio problems
Asus does have Updated software for, Realtek ALC883 Audio Driver V22.214.171.12404 for Windows 2000/XP & 64bit XP (WHQL).
There is also an update for the Bios which includes an Update Realtek PXE ROM to V2.08 dated 2007/12/4. To look at these updates & others click the link below. The link will open to your board with Linux opened. Just click, Latest or All at the top of the window.
If the updates do not help remember your board is warranted for three years through Asus. You can call Asus Tech at: 812-282-2787. IL EST. It sounds to me that the onboard audio chip is going. I checked all FAQ's & found no complaints about the onboard sound.
Hope this helps & leads to a fix..
please vote... Luck!
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
SOURCE: m2a-vm mother board
Currently you are using the onboard PCI video adapter. This graphics adapter uses you're system memory to function.
If there is a problem with you're system memory the beeps can lead one to think there is a problem with the onboard video.
You can not remove the onboard adapter so there may be a problem with you're system memory. (I doupt you're memory is bad) but on the other hand it might not be fully installed correctely. Power off the PC & unplug the power cord from the PC.
Please remove you're system memory & firmly reseat it.
Plug the power cord back in. Start the PC & listen for any beeps except the 1 normal beep known as P.O.S.T = Power on self test. Any beeps after that there is a problem with a device connected to the board.
You're Asus M2A-VM uses an Award bios. Click on the link below to see what Award beeps mean.
Try the memory reseat & check. Let me know if this helped.
Posted on May 04, 2008
Dear friend Go there http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us
You may see top the left corner Search by model please put the model number here
your model is M2A-VM Then click the search button.. you may put your operating system then you find all for download thanks.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: M2A-VM random reboot
there is no windows xp sp3.all sp3 are made by hackers which used to hack the systems easily.so please change ur operating system and also uncheck the My computer(right click)->properties->advanced->startup and recovery,uncheck the automatically restary.
ur problem may be solved.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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