Question about ASUS P5S800-VM Motherboard
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi Mairaj, please click the link posted below. This is Asus download site for your board P5S800-VM. Suggest you bookmark this page in case you need another driver.
Creat a folder on your desktop & name it Audio.
Click the + sign next to Audio. If you are using Win XP home or Pro download,
Realtek ALC655 AC''97 Audio Driver V3.66 for Windows 98/ME/2000/XP(WHQL)/2003.
File size 24.17MB. Save file 32b366.zip in the folder you created.
The file 32b366.zip must be uncompressed before you can install it. If you do not have winzip please download this program for free from the link below. Install winzip into your PC.
Once the file 32b366.zip has been uncompressed you can install the software.
If you have more questions feel free to ask.
Good Luck & have a Great Weekend!
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
Serial ATA drives are pretty much plug and play. You just need to install them and set them up as a primary drive in your bios settings. The IDE devices can be connected on the same ribbon cable but need to have jumpers set on the back to determine which device is primary or slave. If the IDE devices are on different ribbon cables then most likely the hard drive jumper setting should be set to master or master (single drive). The CD-ROM drive jumper on master. BIOS should detect all drives You also need to assign the boot order in BIOS. CD-ROM should be the first boot device to load and install the new OS onto the primary hard drive.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
I hate giving a bad diagnosis as I am afraid that you will not respond to the post well or give me a poor rating. But never the less, I will give you the information that you have requested.
5 beeps whether you have an AMI or Phoenix BIOS means that there is a CPU error. That does not mean that the processor is dead, you may be able to reseat the processor in the socket and get the computer back up and running.
I am just telling it like it is, 5 beeps means CPU error.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.
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Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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