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My motherboard is mixed components i have no information abt my motherboard i need to know abt the sound drives required for my motherboard

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Try to look for the model of your motherboard written in the board itself. Or Go to Start menu, go to Run and then type DXDIAG. You will also see there the Model of your motherboard. When you get the Exact model of your motherboard, you can now search the internet the drivers of the built in peripherals in your motherboard.

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How can i get information abt drivers of my motherboard sound and video driver


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I have core due 2.5ghz with intel mother board dg31pr i have installed window xp2006 now i required drivers for graphics, sound and lan and all other drivers according to my motherboard requirement.


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You should have got a drivers CD when you got his motherboard, if not go to the Intel website on another computer and download the drivers onto a pen drive and then put them on.

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I turn on the computer and it does not load or nothing. the only thing that lights up is the hard drive light and it stays on.


Hi,
I don't know how computer technical you are, but it sounds like you know a thing or two about them. So here's the best way to find the problem:
There could be many things that could stop the board from fully booting, Determining what is wrong is like detective work. What I do, is open up the case and take everything off the board to start. Then add the minimum to start a board to see if it will start. That's one drive (cd, harddrive or otherwise) the CPU, a graphics card (only if required) and one bank of memory. (which is not required, but it helps avoid beep codes) Also, make sure you have your pin's set on the board absolutely correct, or that could be your problem to begin with. If your going to load a ide drive, make sure you set your pin setting correctly on it, meaning the drive (IDE or EIDE) your putting on the board is set to Master, or Cable Select if your using the cable placement method.
Now, turn it on, and you should get the power supply on, and the cpu fan going. If they start, then make the next step to have the single drive be your hard drive, and see if it boots. If it boots, then great, open Bios and make sure Bios is reading the board and all things are fine with it. If so, what ever you put on next make sure it one at a time so you can identify what it doesn't like.
In the situation where the CPU or power supply don't power up, it's then either one of the first elements. The CPU, Power supply, Ram, Drive, graphics card (if required) or the motherboard.
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if there is no disk present you can download drivers straight from the manufacturers website by typing in th make and model name of the sound card..or of the motherboard if p.c has a soundcard integrated onto the motherboard) into the address bar (the bar at the top normally..this begins with http://) you can find these details by going to start > all progs > system tools > system information > components > sound.. this will display the name and model etc of th card.. once on the manufacturers website there is usually a link for downloads to follow..

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