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Hello you can download a manual here at gigabyte:
The graphic driver can be found here;
By selecting the 9 series and your windows system.
Here is some info about spdif connections:
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For getting display, you must have four components,
1. CPU (alongwith cooling fan)
3. RAM & of course
4. Power Supply (SMPS)
They must be connected properly and after attaching power supply unit you must ensure that a 24pin connector as well as a separate 4pin connector are connected to the Motherboard.
If the display doesn't come, the trouble may be with any of the four devices connected together. for advanced trouble shooting, please elaborate exactly when and how the problem has been generated. If the problem arised at the stage of initial assembly of the components, please check the components individually, if possible, replacing with another prouct of the same type.
If the problem arised on a running machine, please remove the RAMs from the slot, wipe the connectors of the RAM with a softe clean cloth and re-attach. If possible, you may wish to clean the RAM-slots on the board with a vacuum cleaner. In most cases, cleaning the RAMs do the needful.
Please try & reply.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
You can download the manual for your GA-P35-S3G from this site.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
I have looked at the manual for your motherboard. It does not have a SPDIF connection on the board, just on the rear I/O panel. (If you need a copy you can download one here. They have several languages available.) Here is the back I/O panel picture:
You will need to connect your graphic card using a cable as shown in the "outside" picture on the image you supplied:
Plug the cable from the card into the SPDIF connector circled in red on the picture.
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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