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I want to change go into my motherboard bios and change the setting "onboard audio" from "auto" to "enabled". At one time I knew how to access bios, but have forgotten. Also, the one time I tried, I could not find "onboard audio" options.

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The most common method to get into the BIOS and change something like this are the following keys. Try each and see what happens. Also, sometimes if you watch carefully, the correct keystroke will appear for just a second, really fast.
F2 F1 Delete
What kind of computer is it?
Once in the BIOS, you should find the audio settings on one of the pages.

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I got a new SATA 500gb HDD but the motherboard wont detect it.


Access to your Bios Setup & configure the Bios settings.

Features Setup Page : This page sets up some parameters for peripheral devices connected to the system.

CMOS SETUP UTILITY - Copyright (C) 1985-2003, American Megatrends, Inc.
Features Setup
OnBoard Floppy Controller : Enabled
Serial Port1 Address 3F8/IRQ4 : Enabled
OnBoard IR Port : Disabled
Parallel Port Address : 378
Parrllel Port Mode : ECP
ECP Mode DMA Chnnel : DMA3
Parallel Port IRQ : IRQ7
OnBoard PCI IDE Controller : Both
OnBoard SATA-IDE
: Enabled *(Make sure This is enabled)
Audio Device : Enabled
Modem Device : Auto
Ethernet Device : Enabled

If you have got a SATA III HDD, ie if it is a Western Digital Sata III you need to configure the jumpers to work with your older Sata interface port.(Only Sata 1 & 2 ports on your Mainboard Socket 478). As for Seagate Sata III HDD, the configuration is automatic.

If your 500GD HDD is not detected, try updating the BIOS!
A word of caution "Updating the Bios is not for the Novice" Do it at your own risk. Failure in updating the Bios may render your Mainboard useless.

Hope it helps.

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I have using msi k8mm-v ms-7142 ver:1 motherboard with amd sampron 2500+processor its audio driver is not working i download and install ac97 audio from msi site but it is asking to enable bios audio...


You have to double check the cmos or bios settings which the audio are enabled mostly on integrated peripherals inside of you bios! Tap DEL key to enter bios setup.If the audio settings are enabled other solution is to upgrade your bios firmware. You can actually download the update from MSI official website. But be careful while updating your bios firmware, be sure to download the exact model of the motherboard and you must have back up battery or UPS while performing flashing your cmos because if interrupted while flashing causes of fluctuation your motherboard will be dead set.Always remember to back up your cmos before flashing it. After flashing your cmos, install again you downloaded audio driver. The audio driver must be compatible with your operating system in order to install the driver. Hope this works for you!

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Please can you give steps to disable the onboard usb controllers to use the CPI USB Card. I've installed the PCI Card after the onboard stop working


2.4.2 USB Configuration
The items in this menu allows you to change the USB-related features.
Select an item then press <Enter> to display the configuration options
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USB Function [Enabled]
Allows you to enable or disable the USB function.
Configuration options: [Disabled] [Enabled]
Legacy USB Support [Auto]
Allows you to enable or disable support for USB devices on legacy
operating systems (OS). Setting to Auto allows the system to detect the
presence of USB devices at startup. If detected, the USB controller legacy
mode is enabled. If no USB device is detected, the legacy USB support is
disabled. Configuration options: [Disabled] [Enabled] [Auto]
USB 2.0 Controller [Enabled]
Allows you to enable or disable the USB 2.0 controller.
Configuration options: [Disabled] [Enabled]
USB 2.0 Controller Mode [HiSpeed]
Allows you to configure the USB 2.0 controller in HiSpeed (480 Mbps) or
Full Speed (12 Mbps). Configuration options: [HiSpeed] [Full Speed]
BIOS EHCI Hand-off [Disabled]
Allows you to enable support for operating systems without an EHCI
hand-off feature. Configuration options: [Enabled] [Disabled]

NOTE!!!

Do not disable the BIOS EHCI Hand-Off option if you are running a
Windows® operating system with USB device

hope above given details with give you a detailed description as you desired.

good luck

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Mnutey iuyoiu


Check the BIOS ("del" key upon start-up or "F1, F2 or F10" depending on system to access the menu). Check for audio setting (may need to scroll through menu categories to see if onboard audio is enabled). If disabled, try to enable it by hit spacebar, left/right arrow key or + - keys to change setting. If it is an add-on sound card you may need to install or re-install the drivers and in this case the onboard audio should be disabled in BIOS.

Sep 12, 2009 | ASUS K8V-MX Motherboard

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System unable to boot and showing signs of motherboard audio device conflicts(device type realtek)


hi iasmeer,

-to just boot up without any sound device,
remove any soundcards from the PCI- slots, disable the onboard sound device in the BIOS!
It looks like you are facing IRQ conflicts, your computer cannot handle all the hardware devices installed.
to solve this,
in BIOS set IRQ management so that the BIOS handles the PCI devices(set everything to auto),
disable the plug'n'play-operation system option to prevent windows from doing the same thing again( it'll then just take the IRQ information provided by the BIOS)
now enable the onboard sound device and make sure you have all
the drivers for the onboard devices(sound, LAN-card etc.) fitting your operation system on CD or thumb-drive, boot up and install the drivers.
Restart and by chance everthing isO.K. by now.

if not, please come back with more information on the sound device(onboard or not) and the winversion, so we perhaps can find you the appropriate driver(if you don't have it on the CD you purchased together with the mainboard..?)

Good luck

Sep 07, 2009 | ASUS P5GC-MX FSB1066 Motherboard

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Sound drivre


Do you have onboard audio or a sound-card?

If you are using onboard audio try checking the motherboard's BIOS to ensure that the audio was not disabled. To enter the BIOS watch the screen VERY closely during the startup procedure. Typically the computer will mention something to the effect of, "Press F1 to enter Setup." You are looking for a similar message listing the key to press to enter, "setup." You will have to repeatedly press that key until you enter the BIOS screen. As a hint, if you see the Windows loading screen, you missed the screen notifying you of the key associated with entering setup.

Once you manage to enter the system BIOS, use your keyboard's arrow keys to select different menu options. Using the ENTER button on your keyboard enter some of the menus looking for options on onboard audio or integrated sound. Once you do find such an option check to see if it is disabled or enabled. If you're using onboard audio, you will want to ensure that it is enabled in the BIOS. Once you changed the settings exit the BIOS saving changes.

WARNING: Only change this particular setting! If you do not know what you're doing with the other settings you could potenitally damage or destroy your computer!

If the audio was never disabled in the BIOS and assuming you're using Windows, check your audio controls. To check these settings go to the control panel and open the Sounds and Multimedia (or Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices. Then Sounds and Audio Devices) application. Afterward click on the, "Volume" (Or Audio) tab at the top. Now click on the, "volume" button associated with the, "Sound Playback" section. Now make sure your main audio mix is turned up to your desired level.

If your audio is still not playing try changing the, "Default (Playback) Device" for the, "Sound Playback" section. If you have more than one sound source, you could be using the wrong one. Changing the default playback device might send sound to the audio ports you are currently using thus enabling your sound.

If it's still not working post a comment telling us what methods you tried which failed. I'm sure we can get your sound working. :-)

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No sound coming out of my headset


you need to refer to the manual for the jumper settings - could the audio jack be faulty?
is the onboard sound enabled in bios?
just a few things to check
cheers
Andy

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Hi jazzcowboy,

Your Asus P4GE-V uses an intergrated graphics card.
Onboard VGA [Auto] Page 4-22. User manual.

If the bios is set to Enabled, the onboard VGA is enabled.
When you add an AGP card your bios will not see it.
You must change the bios setting to [Auto] so the system will see your AGP video card.
To download your manual for the Asus P4GE-V Click the link.
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P4GE-V&SLanguage=en-us

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Enjoy!
Have more questions, feel free to ask.

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