A month ago we bought a new pc with ASUS board on it... at first it runs pretty smooth and turns it off.. at the time we start to on the computer the sounds disappear.. i thought the speakers had a problem when we test it to another CPU its ok.. my question is how can i repair this... i even tried to fix the sound in the control panel.. and nothings work.. is there somethings wrong with the sound card?? should i reinstall it? and how??? i feel worried coz my mom gotta kill me if she finds it.. T_T help me guys
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My first thought is that you have a defective motherboard. I've never seen so many things going wrong except when the board was a dud. It sounds like the BIOS ROM or its interface circuitry is bad. If this board is still under warranty you can probably get it replaced. Try the vendor first. If you bought your board from a company like TigerDirect or Newegg, they're pretty good about replacing defective parts. Then check the manual or Asus website to see what you need to do if the vendor won't exchange it. I have used this same board (purchased from TigerDirect) in a couple of systems, and they went together without a hitch.
Once you've got a working motherboard, it should be pretty much smooth sailing with the rest of the assembly. Good luck and thanks for using Fixya! Please post a followup to let me know when you get your system running.
If all else is working fine except the sound it seems its got the wrong drivers installed or there is a fault with the onboard sound. All the latest drivers are on the Asus website but you have not said which operating system you are using so i cant give you a link to exactly what you need. You can get back to me if you need or have a look on the website yourself http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us if all else fails PCI sound cards are pretty cheap i just bought a 5.1 channel sound blaster card for $21 cheers from Scott and plz dont forget to vote
Tell it(The BIOS set up screen) to load default settings. Start up CD driver first. Then
Save and exit.
Now install Xp disk and turn computer back on. After windows loads . Run the install disk that came with *********** board. If I missed something or is doesn't work exactly as I stated , write back and I wil assist you farther.
Well it's kinda hard to tell exactly what when wrong, but this is my suggestion you could try. Uninstall your video driver, restart and reinstall the driver. If possible try to get the latest driver possible.
on the asus mobo once you have plugged everything in there should be a light on the motherboard usually at one corner of hte board. Is it green? if not that means there is fault somewhere with the components. I would then start swaping components around to see which is the faulty one.
it may be that your board is dead after you have swaped all your components.
if thats the case just try to contact your asus representative in your country. They are pretty good in the states and you can just contact them ask for a RMA number and send it to them for repairs.
if you are lucky like i was they send you a later model mobo. You shouldnt have a problem b/c ur board is fairly new.
My experience with BSODs more often than not involves memories. I have tried a couple of things aside from replacing the memory themselves:
1. Increase the virtual memory to roughly double physical memory;
2. Lower the CAS latency from 2T to 2.5 or even 3T;
3. install dual memory, instead of single 1G, 2 X 512; and/or
4. Run the BIOS at default and not Optimized settings.
A couple of times, I have to reinstall the OS and used the drivers that were current at the time of the motherboard production (I know means not updated). There was even a time I had to tweak the registry to unload unused dlls and prevent certain services running at startup.
Hopes this be of some help to you and give you ideas. Pls post again how things turn up. Good luck and kind regards.