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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your board is PCI EXpress so as long as you get a PCI express Video card you should be fine. Just dont get a video card with a Faster Bus speed than your Mobo or else its wasted potential, but other than that, ** problem, have fun playing video games :)
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
Older motherboards have USB 1.1 ports;
newer motherboards have USB 2.0 ports,
which are over 10 times as fast.
It is Windows (not your motherboard) that should do the "Plug-and-Play" thing for devices connected to your USB port(s).
Note that some devices are USB 2.0, and will *NOT* work when plugged-in to a USB 1.1 port.
Either get a newer motherboard, or get a PCI add-on card that adds USB 2.0 ports.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
Try reinstalling after downloading the drivers from this link : Asus Pk5klamse audio drivers, Extract the file to a specific folder and install it from the "Device Manager" Do let me know if you can't fix it. Good luck. Thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on May 30, 2010
Yes you can. If you would be buying a Video card. Make sure it is PCIE interface. You would also notice that some video cards may have the letters HD (specially those with ATI chips) after their model name. That clearly indicates that it has HDMI output. If you would be prompting for NVIDIA, just make sure to check the card itself if it has an HDMI Port. There are some Video cards that doesnt require PCIE Power but still has HDMI functionality and there are some that does require it so you need to consider your power supply if it can handle the video card that you want to purchase. Take note, the stronger the video card you will be getting, the more it needs power (On the good side you would get very good results even if it is power hungry). Once you have the video card, you just need to install it properly on the motherboards PCIE slot and run the driver disk that is included for it to be recognized by your computer.
here are examples of the cards that you might want to check:
ATI 3850HD, ATi 4850HD, ATI 5750HD, ATI5850HD,NVIDIA 9400GT HDMI and other geforce 9 HDMI series cards
hope this helps
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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