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845gvsr motherboard dead

One 845 gvsr board ram slot got burnt. i repalced f7338 mosfet as it was faulty. Still it is giving rem beep. i changed ram even.where is the problem plz. tell me.

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  • Rocky64 Mar 09, 2008

    Lost all sound on Intel P4 845GLLY motherboard and last time it happened problem was solved by downloading and reinstalling driver from Intel. This time NOTHING is making it work ! A run of Registry Smart reports ** problems, have deleted in device manager, have uninstalled, downloaded, reinstalled drivers, have run SFC, have replaced speakers, have run DXDIAG but did **t hear any test sounds. Audio is enabled in BIOS and all audi settings have been checked and rechecked for both volume level and muting. Have ** idea what to do/try next and was wondering if possible (and how) to test that the on board device is itself **t somehow damaged...but don't k**w how or why it should be. Any thoughts or other suggestions would be appreciated.

  • jaikumar Mar 16, 2008

    Thanks

    The solution was really helpfull.



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Near by ram slot 10 ohm registance serial smd register check
some one register bank fail{beetween cpu and ram slot}

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Fix for older motherboards like Intel 845GVSR etc.,
HERE IS THE SOLUTION FOR FIXING DISPLAY PROBLEMS....
(This solution works for any Intel Motherboard)
No need to donwload or install any drivers.
Vista has everything built in.
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