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Re: Motherboard JV2DP Installation problems
The beeping is it constant ?
I am aware you have mach speed jv2dp but having some trouble locating your motherboard manual . If you have manual please look to see what speed or memory you can support .
Sounds as if you have incorrect memory ( speed or type )
Many motherboards are selctive of what kind of memory not just the speed . Reason why it beeps as it does .
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Sorry bud it will not accept any new drivers afet installing Vista. WinXP would have allowed you this freedom, now the best option is t change your sound card which is certified as Vista compatible and insert it onto any PCI slot & Vista will recognize it......sodeep
if you know the installation of winxp and win98 then it is possible to create a system with mercury board with 98 and xp.
firstly you install win xp in your computer. it's automatically located in c drive. then you intall win 98 custom install and then choose the installation directory of another drive like d. you use any boot manager to boot the pc with win98 and winxp. i don't tell you the installation process step by step. so don't mind.
Three things 1) Do you have enough memory at lest 1Gb 2) Is it a full genuine Windows disk. Some disks out there are a mixture of different things and some cannot find hard drive 3) Try another setup disc and see if it works Sometimes the disk has a read fault One last thing to try is Reset BIOS to default
You must have wrong sound driver download PCwizard and install this program will check motherboard for all your driver and list them sound driver will probably be in differnet section than main drivers note name and number of driver EG cmedia 23415 write down and search for them on the net cmediia 23415 drivers when found download correct drivers for your O/S. to uninstall old driver first go to start/control panel/system/hardware/device manager/ right click on all sound drivers go to properties and uninstall driver reboot you must do this before installing new driver