Question about Intel DG33BU G33 Express Socket 775 mATX Motherboard w/Video & Sound
Whenever I turn on my pc, I receive the following error.
Controller Bus#00, Device#1F, Function#02: 06 Ports, 01 Devices Port-00:
and then a message ''no boot device found'' and after restarting the computer, everything works fine.
Please help to solve this problem.
I think its a motherboard battery issue! When you first turn your PC it finds and reconfigures its devices. Then you do restart and it boots because everything configured. Battery keeps your hardware configuration when you turn your PC Off. Try to replace a battery! Good luck!
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
There's a system rechargeable battery inside the PC casing which helps retain system settings. it may have given up the ghost. you could try replacing the battery...
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Locate the cmos jumper and move it over for roughly 30 seconds then pull and put the battery back in the computer
this clears all issues that halt cmos then your computer should fire fine
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
As the errors say, there are no drivers installed to make the motherboard function correctly. Your Windows Operating System only knows so many drivers. So what i recommend is to download and install the drivers for your motherboard.
For Windows XP professional click here
The drivers you need on that page are as follows, please install them in this order as well or it may not work correctly.
document.write("Chipset: Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility for Intel® Desktop Boards")* Chipset: Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility for Intel® Desktop Boards (1342KB)
* Video: Intel® Extreme Graphics Driver (5410KB)
* LAN: Intel LAN [V6.4_PRO2KXP_ONLY.EXE] (8798KB)
* Audio: Realtek AC97 [AUD_ALLOS_126.96.36.19920_PV_REALTEKAC97.EXE] (24333KB)
* USB: USB 2.0 [USB2.0.EXE] (1106KB)
This will install the drivers for your Chipset, Video, Network, Audio and USB.
Afterwards everything should appear as installed in device manager.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
i feel you are not having the right drivers,, for the video card,, you try go from device manager,, and from there click on properties,, and then. update driver.. then give path to the relevant drivers... let me know the video card name and details
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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