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U just un-install all the motherboard drivers and reinstall it. It will solved easily. ok


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I want to know that how can I assemble my wires in GIGABYTE GA-8I945GZME-RH

Assemble wire, you must mean install the power supply cords.

1. Find the long cord called "24 Pin", the motherboards usually have that plug on the right hand side, above the SATA connectors
2. Most motherboards need a 4 or 8 pin plug in order to power the CPU, most modern power supplys have adequate connectors, should be somewhere on the rails.
3. Your case has specific wires needed to be plugged in, usually on the bottom. Follow your case instructions for this.

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Any new type of flash memory my PC read it but can't access it

Is the new flash memory greater than 2 GB? You will need to install the exfat parch for windows xp.

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Hi, I started having problem with my motherboard. First thing happened is: I turn it on the computer->windows update->couldn't go to my start up desk system were frozen. ->reloaded...

Try resetting bios. This is done by a small jumper on most modern boards. location on your board. Try resetting bios. This is done by a small jumper on most modern boards. See image for the location on your model. Simply take the jumper (it is the plastic piece on two metal prongs. Move it so that it is on the middle and opposite prongs. to be sure of the reset start and after a 5 count turn off your pc. Move the jumper to its original position. This should allow you access to bios. nathan_f_0.jpg

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I just bought Intel ATOM D425 MB. I installed winxp. Everything ok. But Network drivers not installed. In device manager it shows as unknown device. I searched the Intel site.They dont also have the LAN...

OF COURSE there are no Windows XP networking drivers for this Intel motherboard. WinXP was released in 2001; this motherboard wasn't even DESIGNED until XP had already been replaced by Windows Vista and Windows 7. Why would Intel ever bother to make drivers for an OLD operating system for NEW hardware?

You bought NEW hardware; you need a NEW operating system to make it work. If you want to use XP, you won't be able to do any networking with this system. If you want to be able to network this system, you'll need to buy a modern operating system for the modern hardware.

I know this isn't the answer you want to hear, but you also won't find Microsoft writing a NEW operating system to work with my OLD AMD 386DX-40 motherboard. Of course, you can always complain to Intel and Microsoft, but that won't change the reality. You have NEW hardware, which is great, but NO ONE is going to design and write NEW drivers for an OLD operating system to work with your new system.

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What is the graphic card compatible for my motherboard asus p4 s533 mx?

Hi, this is an older motherboard, so you are limited to what you can do. Below is a list of potential upgrades, depending on your power supply, but if you want to play modern games you will still struggle, but older games are OK.
Radeon 9600 series
Radeon X1600 (AGP only)
Radeon X1900 (AGP only)

Geforce 6600 (AGP only)
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I bought ATI RADEON HD 3450 GPU but its seems not compatible with this motherboard..i still feel a bit lag when playing 3D games. I'm using pentium 4 3.4 Ghz.. 3 gb ram.. help me ..

ATI RADEON HD 3450  is a very old model (from 3 generations ago) and even then it was an low power entry model. On top of that you are using a very weak processor. In total you have a very low power system that will choke if you try to play modern games at anything more than the minimum settings.

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What power supply to use for an ASUS p40S800-s motherboard with an Intel 848p processor, one HD, separate video board etc.

Any modern ATX form factor power supply should do the trick. If you are buying new, ask the vendor. If buying used, make sure the power supply has at least 350+ watts and has the 24pin ATX connector that directly powers the motherboard.

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I'm a new expert to this site ... so I apologize if I'm stepping on the previous expert's toes, but as I've recently built a new PC fitting your description I have a very good feel for the current going rates.

I'll give you a description & ballpark estimate for a low-priced modern high performance PC with good overclocking capabilities & upgrage potential. It's what I would call a starter system with which you can explore the home computer market's latest and greatest hardware features. As you gain experience with this system and learn which of its features and components are the most important for your computer use it's extremely likely that you'll add things like; more ram, additional video cards and other pci cards, fans and other coooling solutions, hard drives, etc...
to optimize the system to your exact liking. The following is a very good starting point however.

You'll need all of the following:

1) Motherboard that supports a modern multi-core processor, multiple graphics cards, up to 8GB of ddr2 RAM. It should have built in hi-def audio, multiple USB ports (I prefer at least 8), multiple SATA ports (I like at least 4), at least one IDE connector, at least 2 PCIe 16x 2.0 slots, and a built in gigabit netword controller. I'm not including all the features that these boards usually come with ... once you've constrained yourself to the above requirements the type of board you want will become clear.

2) CPU & CPU fansink ... I reccomend a dual core processor that clocks at 2.5GHz or faster. It will most likely come with a stock fansink which work just fine in my experience.

3) 2 GB of DDR2 RAM ... I suggest 800 MHz ram from a reputable high performance name brand

4) A modern graphics card that supports a multiple graphics card configuration (ie, you can buy a 2nd card later, connect it to the 1st one and get an impressive increase in performance). It should have at least 512 MB DDR3 RAM & a GPU that clocks at 600 MHz or greater.

5) A case. There's a huge variety of products available in this category. It really depends on your personal tastes. I reccomend starting with a mid-ATX tower with a price tag under $100.

6) A power supply unit (PSU). I suggest getting getting a supply that has at least 2 PCI express connectors, 4-6 SATA connectors and can put out at least 500 W ... more if you can afford it ... mine is 750 W and I wish it was 850 W.

7) 250 GB hard drive ... get a SATA II drive with at least 16 MB of cache and spins at 7200 RPM.

8) Optical drive ... I suggest a SATA dvd/cd reader/writer ... that is, it can read and write both CDs & DVDs. Also, there's a technology called lightscribe where you flip the disc over and the burner actually burns labels onto the disc that look very professional. It doesn't cost more than an extra 5 or 10 dollars.

9) Keyboard & mouse ... whatever you're comfortable with. I like a large keyboard with a soft keys that light up. A standard optical or laser mouse with 3 or moure buttons and 1 or more scroll wheels.

All of the above will run you approximately $1000. You'll have to shop around on-line to get the price down to $1k ... but it can be done. At the end of the day you'll have a very powerful & expandable PC that's capable of running any of your favorite programs.

Hope this helps ... let me know if I can clarify anything. I've done my best not to promote any particular brands or products as I believe it's considered poor form to do so on this site.

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