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My system is having the motherboard K8MM-V(601-7142-010). Every time, when I switch on the system, the time & date are to be updated. I changed the MB battery and scanned for virus. Is it a MB problem? Should I change the MB. Is it now available in the market? Whome should I contact at TRIVANDRUM - Kerala.

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Check if MB Battery socket has problem.

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SOURCE: Need PDF User Manual & Drivers Please!

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Posted on Jun 23, 2007

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SOURCE: K8MM-V Motherboard Prob

If you are talking about the sound that the computer does for when you turn it on, it's a small round speaker with two thin cable connected to a plug, if this is not connected to the mother board, then you won't be able to hear it.

Posted on Aug 31, 2009

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SOURCE: Msi k8mm-v board not detecting SATA 320 GB HDD

peets, is this drive a slave drive? if so, make sure you have the jumper ******** the hdd set for "slave" , the instructions that came with it and on top of the hdd itself shows you where that is. You should have it set up for this anyways so you can format it to your liking(i.e. if your going to partition it out or use the whole 320GB for your data). after doing this you will need to go to you bios screen when you boot up your computer(setup). Go to standard or advanced bios settings and see if the new hdd is there, your bios should recognize it, if not, make sure you write down all the info for your hdd (size, cylinders, heads, type) and input the info for a correct installation and when you are finished, make sure you save the info (F10) and (Y) computer will restart and it should see the new hdd. Also, I take it you have CD/DVD driveconnected to your primary SATA or IDE port, this should not be a problem, if so send a msg back.

Posted on Dec 18, 2009

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SOURCE: what is the latest bios update available for this motherboard?

If your PC is working without any problems leave the BIOS alone. If you don't know what you are doing you can make your system unusable.

BIOS updates should only be done by those with a good knowledge of Operating Systems and are not for the amateur.

If you knew what you were doing you would not be asking the question.

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

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SOURCE: in my MSI V CLASS K8MM-V motherboard the raid

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