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Find maximum processor size for aopen ax34-u motherboard

A 800 processor is currently installed

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U wont be able to install a cpu much faster than 1ghz without flashing the bios.....

if you do not know how to do this then plz do not attempt it as if it geos wrong or you have a power surge then the mobo will be NFG.......

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Where can i download the sound driver for my AOpen AX34 PRO motherboard?

You can find the audio driver on the manufacturers website using the following link.

Hope this helps.

Aug 20, 2011 | AOpen AX34 Pro (91.88910.101) Motherboard

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Hi how are you tonight.I have an A Open AX 34 with no onboard video just AGP.The BIOS crashed and I tried resetting the CMOS battery it didn"t wotrk they are saying change the jumper pin are they...

No maxboxman they are not referring to the jumper pins on the harddrive.

Hi to you also maxboxman,

The reference is to jumper pins on the motherboard. There generally would be a jumper sitting on Pins 2 and 3 probably, and needs to be set to Pins 1 and 2.

(Pins 1 and 2 are the Run mode, Pins 2 and 3 are for BIOS reset. Just a General example, and does not apply towards your motherboard

[Inside the plastic jumper is a metal shell, or flat piece of metal. This metal creates contact between two pins. ]

However I'm looking at a PDF motherboard manual for the AOpen AX34-U motherboard, and no jumper pins are shown on the 'motherboard map', nor are any listed. (Anywhere in the manual, to include the BIOS section)
Just details how to enter BIOS Setup, and possible BIOS updates.

BIOS for AX34-U,

Click on the blue down arrow next to - select a product.
You have to wait for the page to load, watch the green progress bar.

After the page loads click on the blue down arrow to the left of Select a model.
Scroll down to AX34-U, and click on it.
Same thing, waiting game.

When this page loads scroll down to the heading BIOS.
To the right click on the download icon above 202.0 KB

Click on 2 at the bottom, (Page 2), and the English version of the motherboard manual is listed in PDF form on Page 2.
(English, 12/7/2002, 3220.0KB


Apr 12, 2011 | AOpen AX34-U Motherboard

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Problems with AOpen AX34 motherboard or procesor Intel Celeron 900

if you installed windows with out formating the driver then nothing would change.

Jul 17, 2008 | AOpen AX34-U Motherboard

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Computer will not boot

3 beeps = memory
long beeps = processor

long and short mixed = main board,,,

yours sound like memory, try the memory in another pc and see if it works
if it does its your processor


Jan 05, 2008 | AOpen AX34-U Motherboard

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Printer Problem

two possibilities, if you are in possession of the motherboard drivers you will need to install them as windows xp will be using generic ones and may not be suitable for your board, also try installing in a different usb port. The other is that the drivers you are using will probably be win 2000 and in your case it wont work with XP, so go to your printer manufacturer web site and download and install XP drivers.

May 24, 2007 | AOpen AX34-U Motherboard

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