Question about ASUS P5VD2-MX SE Motherboard
1) The first step should be your driver CD, that came with the
2) The next step is to open up the windows device manager,
and look for yellow exclamation marks, indicating any drivers
that don't work.
Right-click My Computer,
----> Device manager ...
3) Right on any device in the list, and SCAN for
hardware changes. Let Windows do its thing if
it needs to re-install any drivers.
4) You should be able to download the latest device
drivers from ASUS (here):
5) Finally, sheck your BIOS settings, to make sure the
audio hardware is enabled.
Hope this gets you started.
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Posted on Jul 04, 2008
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