Question about Asrock P4VM800 Motherboard
The Asrock P4VM800 has Integrated Unichrome Pro 3d graphics so you should have video. If your cables are good and connected tightly. Clcik "start" at lower left of screen. Find control panel and click on to open. In your list, find "Device Manager"(icon), right click on that and open, click continue. In your list there, Click on the box with + next to "Display adaptors". You should have a drop down of your device. Right click on it, you should see "enable" or "disable". If you see enable click on that. Drop down to your device again and right click on it. Now click on "properties". This will bring up a window where you should see "this device is working properly" Click ok and exit. If you want the latest drivers you have to uninstall all Asus/Asrock software prior to installing new. Get back to your control panel and find "Programs and Features". Right click on that and open. Anything with Asus or Asrock next to it left side of program must be uinstalled by right clicking on one of the features, there may only be one, rigt click on it, and right click on uninstall. You will have to click on, next, allow, and continue, to finish. When you have uninstalled all software, restart system.
When system comes back up, you can get your new download here;
1 Product type-click on arrow on right side of window and click on "motherboard series" to select
2 Socket-click on aroow and scroll to 478, click on to select.
3 Model-click on arrow and scroll down to "P4M800", click on to select
Click search. Choose the Drivers and utitities download next to your system.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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