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SOURCE: opening a packard bell imedia case

there are probably a couple screws on the back to undo then it slides of or

look under front f case on slightly older ones pre 2000 cases
they have screws under front face plate there is a little hole there put your habd in there and yank it off
you wont damage it there usually stiff

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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sign up for an free account on www.driverguide.com then search imedia s3810 on search tab you can find there tons of drivers for you device.

Posted on Apr 12, 2011

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SOURCE: no spare molex power plugs for sound card in imedia s3810

No problem!

Use an adapter power cable, and have two 4-pin standard Peripheral power cables.

http://www.directron.com/cbl-y.html

NOW, I hope your Power Supply will handle the additional load.
(It should. You just have to try it, and see)

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Posted on Feb 12, 2012

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Is there any way to make the BIOS on a Packard Bell iMedia S3810 motherboard UEFI compliant - I want to install a 4TB system drive...


In Short no it doesn't support it BIOS will any support a boot drive of 2TB

but you can add it as a secondary drive or use it in an enclosure as a USB drive

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Is there any way I can get a Packard Bell iMedia S3810 motherboard/BIOS to become UEFI compliant - I have a 4TB HD which I cannot currently install any OS on to...


No, the motherboard chipset will not support the newer technology. While it is true that MBR disks cannot be larger than 2TB, this does not preclude you from using a larger disk as a boot disk. You simply have to partition the drive to make the first (boot) partition 2TB or less. You can then format and install the OS to that partition. You just can't leave the full 4TB as a single drive letter, and most users wouldn't do that anyway.

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No spare molex power plugs for sound card in imedia s3810


No problem!

Use an adapter power cable, and have two 4-pin standard Peripheral power cables.

http://www.directron.com/cbl-y.html

NOW, I hope your Power Supply will handle the additional load.
(It should. You just have to try it, and see)

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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I need to find a Ethernet driver for imedia s3810 thanks


sign up for an free account on www.driverguide.com then search imedia s3810 on search tab you can find there tons of drivers for you device.

Apr 12, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Opening a packard bell imedia case


there are probably a couple screws on the back to undo then it slides of or

look under front f case on slightly older ones pre 2000 cases
they have screws under front face plate there is a little hole there put your habd in there and yank it off
you wont damage it there usually stiff

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Please see the link below. These should be the disassembly directions for the Packard Bell Imedia 1306.

http://support.packardbell.co.uk/uk/item/index.php?i=instr_chassis_veloce&ppn=PB13310501

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I think you will have the an instruction manual of Packard Bell imedia 5106.In the manual an outline of the motherboard will be given.Figure out power and reset pins in the diagram given.

Usually the pins are at the corners only.
There will be labels near the pins like pwr rst etc.
Try connecting in the same configuration.


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