Question about ASUS P5GC-MX/1333 Motherboard
My p5gc-mx/1333 mobo giving cpu overvoltage error during starting . Error in +5 volt , 12 Volt on checking the bios . Any suggestions please .............
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Open your case and find a cable that comes from your internal speaker and connect it to pins on motherboard marked pc speaker or int.speaker or speaker
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: asus p5gc-mx/1333 cpu fan error
There are usually three wires on a fan to connect to mother board 1 red "+" positive, 1 black "-" negative and 1 yellow which feed the bios with information about the fan, i.e. how many rpms it is running at. To check the fan you will need to open the pc by taking the side panel off, you should do this when the computer is running or you will not be able to check the fan is working or not, but be carefull not to touch anything inside the case. If the is not spinning check the cable is in the socket properly by turning the computer off first, if it is you will need to replace it, other wise the processor will burn out. If the fan is spinning then the bios is not receiving the infornmation from the fan, therefore you need to shut down the pc and unplug from mains and check the cable(give it a littke wiggle) and make sure it is making a good connection, try blowing any dust of the connectors, power the pc again and if the bios is still giving you the same message you will definatly need a new fan, you can by them from any pc store, take the old one with you to ensure you get the correct size fan.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
SOURCE: audio sound free download
Download the drivers from Asus. Enter you're bios and make sure the Audio is enabled or set to [Auto]
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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