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I don't know if you already fixed your problem, but I just figured out something that worked for me.
I had the same problem, and I used a System Reset to fix it. Here's how you do it:
Press down until you see Init
Press right until you see InitSys
Press yes twice
Wait until it's ready
Posted on Mar 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You motherboard uses 184-pin DDR-400 Ram. You have 4 slots with each slot being able to take a 1GB chip for a total of 4GB.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
get a sterio cable and plug one side to the 1/4" stereo lineout/headphone jack of the casio and the other end to the line in of the pc.
Download a free software called audacity from here.
open audacity and click on record and start playing once completed stop recording and you can export as a wave music file through your file menu.
If there is any audio in problem try unmuting the line in in the volum mixer recording section
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
SOURCE: sound drivers for intel celeron
to goto the manufacturers website, find their support section and there should
be a list of drivers for your specific machine. Installing these should resolve
your problem. I have a list of links to most manufacturers drivers on my
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
Hi. I don't know about what drivers, because after you hook up all the parts, and install windows, almost all the drivers should be taken care of.
Here is a link to the motherboard manual:
As for parts, there are several things you are going to need.
1: a pentium 4 socket 478 processor, up to 3.0 ghz
2: 2x1024 mb pc2700 or 3200 ddr ram, and it has to be non-ecc, as that is the maximum you can put in the motherboard
3: a good video card, pci will work just fine, agp is better
4: hard drive or drives must be IDE, but finding a good 40 or 80 gb drive is pretty easy.
5:optical drive, also must be ide interface, or they might call it pata, it means the same thing, parts wise
I would go for a dvd burner, that way it has the most amount of flexibility, operating system wise.
6: Power supply, or get a case that has a power supply already in it. ATX type, because that is the type of your board.
7: Network card, by this I mean a regular network card, not a wireless card.
8: (optional) wireless card..plugs into usb slot.
USB is 2.0 compliant, so your usb will run at full speed480 mbs, not like 1.1, which runs at only 11mps
9: Cooling fans, the cooler you acn keep the computer, the better it will run.
I think that is everything.
Good luck with your project computer, I hope everything works out ok.
Oh, here is the link for motherboard drivers as well:
I hope that's all it takes, I can't think of anything else right off hand.
Don't forget your keyboard and mouse, and monitor will need their drivers downloaded after you get it all together.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
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