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HOW DO YOU SET THE BIOS IN MANUAL MODE FOR MEMORY ADJUSTMENT

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Your board should do that auto. do you know how to use cmos it is the only way to do that

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How can we share graphics from ram


In your BIOS settings, look for something related to shared memory or graphics memory

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Just turned the TV on and the volume won't work. Have tried to manually turn it on, use the cable box and adjust the audio settings and nothing will make the volume work.


Memory Initialize operation

NOTE: The execution of this function returns the adjustment codes to the preset values, therefore, adjustment

data will be lost.

Procedure

(1) Enter Adjustment Mode.

(2) Select MEMORY INIT adjustment code (No.704) and change the data value from 0 to 1.

(3) Activate MEMORY INIT by pressing OK button for more than 3 seconds.

(4) Select No.374 and change data value from 1 to 0.
(5) Check that the receiving channel goes to AV1. Unit is set to preset values

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PCI-E card does not work, onboard video works fine, this is the second card.


The Abit IP-95 manual doesn't show you how to adjust your bios settings when adding a PCI-E x16 graphics card. When adding a PCI-E card you'll need to adjust a few settings within, Advanced Setup.
Press the delete key on your keyboard every two seconds to load your bios menu. Within Advanced Setup look for, Onboard Device Configuration and open it. Find, Primary Graphics Adapter.
Set this to read as [PCI-E, VGA] save your changes and exit.

Currently your onboard graphics is enabled. You'll need to change this setting to PCI-E first. When you use the onboard UniChrome Pro 2D/ 3D Graphics & Video Controller you are also using some of your system memory to run the UniChrome graphics. Once you enable the bios to boot to the PCI-E card you can also stop using your system memory assigned to the UniChrome card. Link to Abit is provided below, click on it to open;
http://www.abit.com.tw/page/en/motherboard/motherboard_detail.php?pMODEL_NAME=IP-95&fMTYPE=LGA775

Cheers!
Mike

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While playing game , game is jumpy , to jumpy to even shoot someone , how do I fix this ?


It's hard to answer this without knowing what game you're playing but if I get the information off the net right your computer is incapable of running any of the new games. It's slow, not much ram and poor video capabilities. A lot of the new games require 2 gigs of ram, a 750 meg video card and at least 2.4 megahertz of power to run excellent. What I see of that motherboard you posted under it's only capable of 1.2 megahertz and probably very little ram and an ancient PCI style video card which is about 8 years back in technology.

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I bought the proper matching two 1Gig sticks of memory to upgrade my 2G mHz TC4200. I installed them and it wouldn't boot, so I swapped back the 1G stick to the original 512mHz chip and it booted. Then I...


Ok, Rob, did you buy the memory from Compaq/HP? Or is it a 3rd party set (ie. Viking, PNY, etc.)? Sometimes, Compaq/HP computers are VERY picky about the specifications of the memory that the mother boards will use. 

If you bought them from a 3rd party vendor, I would recommend taking them back and exchanging them for another brand or even just another set of sticks, but, before we go that route, let's try something else. 

Install a 1gb stick and the 512Mb stick and then go into the BIOS and see how much ram is being registered there. If it reads all 1.5Gb of ram, then we know it is something else, if not, then we have somewhere else to look. 

Assuming the BIOS registered the full amount of ram, try removing the 512Mb stick and then boot the computer, enter the BIOS and see if it is reading the 1gb stick properly. Assuming it did register the 1gb properly, swap the 2 1gb sticks out and repeat. If it did NOT register the lone 1gb stick, try moving the 1 gb stick to the other socket, and checking the BIOS again. If that works, then swap the 1gb sticks out, repeat the BIOS check.
Assuming that after you swap out the 2 sticks and they both work as lone sticks, go back into the BIOS and look for an advanced page or an option to turn on a "Diagnostic Mode" or "Memory Test", and run the memory test on each stick- one sitck at a time, to see if there is a minor/major memory addressing issue, with either stick. 

If they both pass individually, then, try reinstalling them both together and check to see if you can reach the BIOS with them both in place. If not try putting the 512 in the 0 or first memory slot and the 1gb in the second slot, then repeat the memory test, swap the 1gb sticks again, and repeat the memory test on the second stick- (the thinking here is that if it is not the memory sticks themselves, perhaps it is the motherboard or one of the sockets for the ram that is bad).

If you can reach the BIOS with both 1gb sticks in place, but, not actually boot to the operating system, then it is possibly a timing issue- this SHOULD BE AUTOMATICALLY configured, but, if you are an overclocker or a "performance wonk" you may have changed a relevant setting in the bios that controls the speed at which the memory and the processor interact. Or it could be a problem with windows hardware monitor not accepting the changes to the amount of memory in the machine. To test this possibility try going into "safe mode" at boot up, after the BIOS screen/Compaq logo has come and gone.

If you can boot into safe mode and not into regular mode, it is a problem with something in windows. Sometimes, just booting into safe mode alone will fix it, sometimes, it is necessary to run the restore DVD on the computer to fix the problem windows is having/ or alternatively reinstall windows without running the restore DVD, using this method will usually fix windows, with out deleting all of your data. You might have to reinstall a few programs afterward, but, your pictures, mp3s, document files, etc. will still be on the drive. Running the restore DVD almost always deletes your data, so USE THAT SOLUTION AS A VERY LAST RESORT, ONLY AFTER YOU HAVE TRIED EVERY other option I have given you. 

Good luck, and hope this helps. 

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Setting the time


Setting Time
1 Press TITLE repeatedly until the time is displayed.
For details, see “Displaying the Text” (page 13)
2 Press and hold TITLE for at least 2 seconds while
the time is displayed.
The time indication will blink.
3 Turn the Rotary encoder to adjust the hours while
the time indication is blinking.
4 When the hour has been adjusted, press MODE.
5 Turn the Rotary encoder to adjust the minutes
while the time indication is blinking.
The time is automatically set 5 seconds after the minute
adjustment. The time can also be manually set by pressing TITLE.
• To synchronize the clock to another clock/watch or radio time
announcement, press and hold MODE for at least 2 seconds after
setting the “hour.” Minutes will reset to “00”. If the display shows
over “30” minutes when you do this, the time will advance one hour.
Listening to Radio
1 Press SOURCE/POWER until a radio frequency
appears on the display.
2 Press BAND repeatedly until the desired radio band
is displayed.
F1 (FM1) F2 (FM2) AM F1 (FM1)
3 Press TUNE to select the tuning mode.
DX SEEK (Distance mode) SEEK (Local mode)
OFF (Manual mode) DX SEEK
• The initial mode is Distance mode.
Distance mode:
Both strong and weak stations will be automatically tuned in
(Automatic Seek Tuning).
Local mode:
Only strong stations will be automatically tuned in (Automatic
Seek Tuning).
Manual mode:
The frequency is manually tuned in steps (Manual tuning).
4 Press or to tune in the desired station.
Holding down or will change the frequency
continuously.
Manual Storing of Station Presets
1 Select the radio band and tune in a desired radio
station you wish to store in the preset memory.
2 Press and hold, for at least 2 seconds, any one of the
preset buttons (1 through 6) into which you wish
to store the station.
The selected station is stored.
The display shows the band, preset number and station
frequency memorized.
•You will need to start from set up or you will not be able to set the mins

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Intel d945gnt


Yesterday night i resove the problem with the intel by many e-mail.
For all guys that have the same problem , the solution is:
1- put the jumper in position pin 2 and 3.
2- turn on the PC with jumper in the same position ( pin 2 and 3)
3- the bios start in "recovery mode"
4- deselect the memory "aggressive mode"
5- save bios setting, then power off the PC
6- set bios jumper in position 1 and 2

coolhandan thx for attention and please insert this solution in intel D945GNT archive for future customers that fall in same problem. Sorry for my bad English ;) THX at all

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did you go into bios and check set up of ram speed etc

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