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Motherboard changes Hi, Wondered if someone could help my frustration please. I have a PC manufactured by a company once known as Tiny I purchased form UK in 2001 Now i have prolem with Board D845HV is there any other similar Board that i can be substituted by the old one I have it ( motherboard D845HV), Also it should be available in market today, without to do a big changes in my PC Just because I can?t find now here in my country (Libya) the original motherboard D845HV Can anyone please help? With thanks, jamal

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Since that board is a Socket 478, there aren't too many choices for you. The below link has something that would fit your needs.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813138079

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Posted on May 28, 2008

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Pls fix my computer because no sound,also i cant heart if someone want want to calling me,


What I could recon from your question is that your audio driver is not installed in your PC.


Please be informed that any Driver software depends upon the PC make, Motherboard type and Operating System. You need to know all the three information's to do get going.

Please find the Driver software's of your Audio and video inside the installation disk provided with the PC at the time of purchase. As you have not mentioned your PC make I am unable to give you the direct download link. However you can download the same by visiting the website of the company that manufactured the PC.


Even here you need to be careful to download the correct software for your PC. You need to be exact with the PC make and Model number and the OS that you are using.


To install just Double clock on the driver setup.exe file and go on clicking 'Next' until you get the 'Finish' option and restart the PC.

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I have a sort of bios i think it is intel motherboard and i want to get my bios updated what to do ?


if you have a working motherboard you should have a bios not a "sort of it". (just wanted to clarify). bios is a chip/sofware built into your motherboard that helps during the booting process and intervines in between your sofware and your hardware communications.

if you want to update your bios (also call flashing your bios) you need to have a good reason for it, (to fix a problem known to be your bios or to enhance features or performance) in other words if you just want to upgrade your bios for the heck of it it's better not to do it becuase if something goes wrong your motherboard is totalled. (the rule of thumb to apply in this case is: if it's not broken to fix it.)

now if you do have a valid reason to do it. there are different ways to do it. the first thing to do is to find out your motherboard manufacturer or the company that supports that motherboard installed in your system and have details like the model number, the number is usually found on the printings rigth on the motherboard (biggest numbers/letter combination on the motherboard. sometimes you can get those details from the pc manufacturer if the motherboard came installed in brand system.

the second thing you do is to go on the internet to the mb's manufacturer website or pc manufacturer website and look for the model of your pc or motherboard under technical support>drivers and dowloads section (the names and locations may change).

once you have the package downloaded you need to look for instructions on how to proceed, as the way to flash your bios may differ.
usually you would burn or create a startup disk and then you would boot from the disk and run a procedure to execute the bios update. one important consideration is to make sure your system is powered at all times during the flashing process and hopefully your system is surge protected as if the process fails you may need to replace mb/system.

if you want to provide mb details or system details we can help you find the bios update you may be looking for.

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I lost my motherbord mercury v2.0 driver cd were can i download i


Hey guy, thanks for your support request. There is probably nothing more frustrating than trying to find manuals, drivers and support information from tech manufacturers and I am glad to help you out with this one. You should be able to find the complete set of downlaods for your mobo's specific model number here:
http://www.mercury-pc.com/downloads.php

Make sure you bookmark this site and if you plan on having a long term relationship with this motherboard, burn these drivers onto a CD/DVD ROM - flash drive or other archive where you can find them easily in case the manufacturer stops providing support information, goes out of business or is acquired by another company. If this information was able to FIX-YA, please take a sec and send in yoru feedback.

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Where can I buy a new branded motherboard mentioned below .


Hi bud , Try contact Gigabyte themselves in your country of residence...
They should be able to tell you where to purchase that MB and for how much...
Have a great day bud

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Problem with finding drivers for ex. internet


check the chipset of your motherboard....and the model also..it could help you to find easily in the internet...
or
http://www.nodevice.com/driver/company/Elitegroup/Motherboard.html

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Windows Xp says all usb ports are working correctly but unable to


Hi! and Welcome to Fixya,

just suggesting, in my own view, of how to troubleshoot USB problem.

BIOS Setup:
  • restart your PC
  • in booting process, press F2 or Delete tab, to show BIOS set up.
  • in BIOS setup, find the USB port see if it is Enable or Enable it.
  • save the changes and exit.
OS Problem:
  • Update your system to Microsoft, SP1, SP2 and SP3, browse the MS website for any drivers update that applicable to your system.
  • at the link below, see some updates to MS website:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/default.aspx

Drivers Problem:
  • update your system to Unit manufacturer or Motherboard Manufacturer for new drivers update of your system.
  • at the link below, see some updates to Intel websites.
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/

thank you for using Fixya

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Hi i have a motherboard A33g AMD 64 it was working about a week ago and when i turned it on it come off automatically. Are a33g motherboard known to cause these fault


can you please remove the battery, then act like you want to turn it on (without he batterry) so try to turn it on once or two, wait for 10 minutes before pluggin back the battery and retry?

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VPR matrix 2250 motherboard configuration to connect the wires I disconnected to change another motherboard. Now I cannot reconnect all the wires. Can you help me? Thanks, Teg


Hi,
You Need to go to The Motherboard Manufacturers Web-Site.
And Download A User Manual For That Model.
You can,t guess Or assume which wires go where, or your likely to damage the mainboard.
** Please Note** All motherboards Differ Slightly Unless you Purchase A Identical replacement.
Hope This Helps Mike @ Compurepair.

Feb 26, 2008 | Motherboards

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Front Panel Connection Problem


if you look at the PDF file here:
ftp://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d845hv/A6513601.pdf
On page 68 you can see it more clearly. Just enlarge the file.
do you know the make and model of the case?

Nov 20, 2007 | Intel D845HV (735858149143) Motherboard

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SOLTEK SL-65K2-CT Motherboard


The beep pattern is a beep code and is how the motherboard communicates errors during the early booting process otherwise known as the POST (Power On Self-Test). List restart the computer and listen for the pattern of short and long beeps. Soltek does not list the beep codes in their manual, instead they refer to Phoenix who manufacturers the AwardBIOS on your motherboard. There are only two POST beep codes; a single long beep followed by two short beeps (Video error) and anything else. Apparently anything else you hear *probably* refers to RAM problems. Since you?ve already tested both one of the remaining options is to install a *POST* card (about $30 to $50), boot the PC and read the hexadecimal error code for a more detailed clue to what failed. If you ask around you might find someone who has one and may be willing to loan it to you. Another option is to write off the motherboard since the cost of the test equipment it about 1/3 the cost of a new board. Let us know if you have any other questions and please don?t forget to rate the posing.

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