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How to connect power supply to p5pe -vm motherboard

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There are two power connectors required from an ATX switch mode power supply.
A 20 pin ATXPWR connector and
a 4 pin 12 volt ATX12V connector
If you want a copy of this motherboard manual , please click on this link to download a copy :-
http://www.manualnguide.com/dl/9172/

Posted on Oct 09, 2010

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SOURCE: ethernet controller for asus p5pe vm

i have also a problem about ethernet controller, i can't access my internet connection !

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SOURCE: asus p5pe-vm series motherboard driver wont work with windows 7

Windows 7 is still in the beta/testing stage from what I remember.

If you go to this page courtesy of ASUS:

http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

In the search box type in your motherboard p5pe-vm and click on P5PE-VM related files for download

It will come up with a seperate window that will ask you the OS that your installing and windows 7 is not an option which tells me that drivers aren't available for your motherboard just yet, it may down the line once windows 7 becomes publicly available.

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: PCI video card on my P5PE ASUS motherboard

Your motherboard is equipped with an AGP slot, you would want to use this to add a video card, but first you must go into the BIOS and disable the on board video graphics chip so you can utilize an external video card. This will make your pc faster because of the independent processes and memory the card will have on its own, not needing the pc's memory to run, thus taking away from system resources. Take a look at these:

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Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Motherboard P5PE-VM doens´t get ON

Hi! Good Day, your ASUS motherboard don't have problem it's just that you have to make your CMOS jumper back to the original settings, it's near in the battery terminal. You will see a label on the board saying Close and ClearCMOS, put the jumper in close position then turn on your computer, thats it Good luck

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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SOURCE: P5PE-VM Motherboard: which vga driver is suitable for my asus p5pe-vm m...

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2 - check asus web site for compatible vga to your mainboard
3 - good luck

Posted on May 24, 2010

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Hi,
Hard to know the problem without any details.

Is the power supply ok.
Is the monitor ok.
Is the keyboard ok
Do you see any leds on
Is there any sound of hard disk activity

Try to download a copy of the user manual from
http://dlsvr03.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5PE-VM/e2609_p5pe-vm.pdf

and check the status of LED etc.

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No turn on


Hard to know the problem without any details.

Is the power supply ok.
Is the monitor ok.
Is the keyboard ok
Do you see any leds on
Is there any sound of hard disk activity

Try to download a copy of the user manual from
http://dlsvr03.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5PE-VM/e2609_p5pe-vm.pdf

and check the status of LED etc.

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Need to hook up the power to the power pins on the motherboard, where can i find the manual for an ASUS P5PE-VM Series M-B


Hi,

You can download the required manual by clicking this link:

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5PE-VM/e2609_p5pe-vm.pdf

Hope this solves your problem. For more help and clarifications, please reply to this post. Thanks

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Hi! Good Day, your ASUS motherboard don't have problem it's just that you have to make your CMOS jumper back to the original settings, it's near in the battery terminal. You will see a label on the board saying Close and ClearCMOS, put the jumper in close position then turn on your computer, thats it Good luck

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Does it only happen when you are installing software or running software on the CD drive? If so, then it sounds like your power supply will have to be replaced...as the cd drive is accessed, it drains power from the system and the computer restarts due to the drain on the power supply.

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These are few checks to carryout one after the other for troubleshooting purpose

1. The first thing check the power supply out with multimeter to make sure the power supply is outputting the required voltage especially to the motherboard otherwise it wont work.

2. If everything checks out continue to ensure that you are connect the power supply to the motherboard correctly.

3. Again, if the problems continues ensure that the the monitor is connected firmly to the motherboard, via whatever means it being connected.

4. Ensure that the cache battery on the motherboard is good again using a multimeter.

5. Secure some memory you know are working and place them within the motherboard and get it a try. Or, place the memory you are using within the working PC to see if they are working. Keep in mind that the memory modules should be compatiable, i.e. PC100 memory module within a motherboard tha use such memory.

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What is that wattage of your power supply? You may have to replace it.

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