We have a new MachSpeed MSNV-939 motherboard that I just installed in
my girlfriends computer about two weeks ago. It was fine at first, but
then for no apparent reason it is now very slow to boot. When turning
the computer on, everything goes okay up to the point where the desktop
is displayed. It then takes a long time to finish booting and display
the task bar. Once it finally does the computer seems to be fine.
Another annoying problem is when the computer is shut down it does not
turn off the monitor like the old mobo used to and like mine does.
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Hi hickoryhi138, The motherboard your referring to is made by Mach Speed. Click on the link provided & scroll to the bottom of the link to download the manual; http://www.machspeed.com/specs/MSNVspecs.pdf Drivers are also listed on the link. For the manual (Only), click on the next link; http://www.machspeed.com/manuals/MSNV-939manual.pdf Go to page 19, Header for Front Panel Facilities: JPANEL1 Knowing what wire color is positive & which is negative varies from case to case. Check the group of front panel wires. Most likely one wire from each 2-pin connector will share the same color. Like the color white which is common for ground/negative. Other colors, blue, green & red are commonly positive. The only exception is the speaker wires. Mach speed only uses two wires across four pins. Black is most common for ground & red is for positive.
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You can run a disk manager for your drive however, I'll bet you will find its windows boot.ini. It may read just fine for a dual boot system but think about this. Windows can get confused real quick. I'm talking about the regestry. Take the time and do a fresh install of your Linuex and than re-install windows "clean install". I'll bet everything works out just fine. When 1 changes MB's there is a whole list of new drivers PCI devices loading into windows. Your system will run better with one copy of drivers for your new board and windows will not carry a list of old drivers and PCI devices of your old board.