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Read the instructions that came with the card and drive that should get you going. O if it is microsoft you may have to install aditional drivers.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: asus P4GE-MX
If you have your manual you can see how to connect these on pg. 1-22. No manual..
Starting from the right edge of the board moving to your left. Notice there is two rows of pins one above the other. All your case connectors will be connected left to right & not up to down. The first two (BOTTOM ROW) pins are for the reset switch. The connector will have two wires one will be colored white or black. These colored wires are ground & will be the sane for all your connectors. All grounds will face towards the right for both rows of motherboard pins. After plugging in the reset connector SKIP one pin as you move to your left along the bottom row. Plug in your IDE LED connector a two wire connector. Moving to the top row across from the ide led, plug in the Power Led. It is a two wire connector. Some case connectors for the power led come in a three pin connector. If yours is like that than you will need to remove the + wire from the connector & slide it over one slot so it is next to the ground & plug it onto the board.
The last two pins is for the Power button. All Asus boards are marked & colored. You need a stronge flash light to see the markings on the board. Good luck!
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Posted on Jan 16, 2008
Most likely you are looking at a bad motherboard, there is probably a break somewhere in the connections. Check for blown capicators that would be a smoking gun. You can use a different motherboard but it has to be one that is compatible with your CPU. Most motherboards will come with a driver CD so you should be ok. It shouldn't be a big deal with your Operating System or Hard Drive if you replaced your motherboard. Otherwise, you could upgrade to a new system and do a image copy of your HDD to a new computer/HDD. I recommend Acronis True Image makes it really easy.
Posted on May 11, 2008
please find your driver in the below link...
Hope this will help you...Thank you...
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
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