20 Most Recent Intel D915GAG Socket 775 Motherboard - 915G Chipset - Onboard Audio, Video, Lan - MicroATX Questions & Answers

This is caused by a bad driver installed on the computer. Try booting into safe mode and disabling any drivers that are not needed. You can also attempt to reinstall the drivers under safe mode.

Intel D915GAG... | Answered on Jun 13, 2019

You have to get the Manufacturer and model number information from the motherboard itself in order to get the correct drivers for it.

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Intel D915GAG... | Answered on Jan 27, 2016

go to control panel >system>hardware>device manager

in device manager check whether do you have a list of devices with in the named"other devices ...

if there is "multimedia audio controller" is present in this "other devices" list then the audio driver might not be installed correctly so just right click that "multimedia audio controller" and click on update driver and select the advanced option and then give the location of the audio driver then it will get installed correctly ...

if the installation fails means then there may some problem in the media from which you are installing ..if you installing from the files present in the harddisk (may be some files may be corrupted or missing),if you are installing from the cd then the cd might have got scratched and the cd rom couldnt able to read the cd by this your installation is getting failed ...
so try downloading the driver from the net and installing it this will surely solve your problem ...

you can visit the intel site if you are using the intel motherboard and download the driver for it by selcting your motherboard ...

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download from here http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/dsktpboards/d915gag

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Intel D915GAG... | Answered on May 21, 2014

So I think you can conclude the that the first motherboard was actually ok, so don't trash it :)
Just to more certain about your PSU you might test it with a PSU tester, from $20 upwards from Amazon or ebay. This won't actually tell if everything's ok with your PSU, but if there's something wrong, it may show it (fail=something wrong, pass=there might be something wrong).
OK Brian, I have two ideas, which you may have already eliminated.
The first idea is that the problem is thermal; that maybe your processor was overheating. This idea is made less likely by the fact that the second m/b also shows a problem, but does not eliminate it entirely. The TIM on your CPU may have become old and developed voids in the first case, in the second, is it possible that you didn't do the best job in mounting the CPU heatsink ? You are obviously competent to remove to remove a motherboard, and so I expect you thoroughly cleaned your PC of dust, including the CPU heatsink and PSU where possible in static-sensible fashion. You should install some temperature monitoring software to check this hypothesis. Quasi-real time monitors include Speedfan (which also has a graphical display showing temps for the past 15 minutes, but it can be difficult to work out what the readings mean), and coretemp, but I'm sure there are others. Sandra will give you temperature but takes a couple of minutes to update, Speccy might give your CPU temp but it doesn't give mine (HP specs for this model do not give a unique CPU) . Look up your CPU's max. allowed temperature on the AMD website. You might also try CPUworld.
The second idea is that your PSU is overheating (some PSUs have thermal sensors which shutdown the PSU if it gets too hot), or that your PSU simply not upto the job. It depends what you are doing and what your system configuration is (including peripherals). According to http://www.anandtech.com/show/2630/6 the system under test with HD4350 graphics card, which is one of the options for your model, draws 165W at idle and 195W under load; this should be compared with your PSU (which if it's the original) is rated at 220W. Put a couple of extras in that, and take into account that the PSU isn't able to give as much power as when it was new, this scenario is looking like a possible candidate. You can eliminate this by trying a different, working higher power PSU if you can find one that fits - about 500W (true, not claimed or peak) capacity (to estimate the wattage the PSU you need for your system, see http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp (newegg and some PSU manufacturers also have them).

Of course it might be one of hundreds of other causes,,,

You might try posting your problem in the HP support forum, and hope that some HP guru picks it up.


Intel D915GAG... | Answered on May 05, 2014

There is little point in posting a question with no real information.
Saying something is "broke", "doesn't work", "can't connect" or that you "need" or "want something" is pointless without ALL the information.
What actual products are you using? Makes, models, connections...everything about your problem is necessary. We are not there with you. We cannot see what is obvious to you. Most problems occur when you try to get something to work with something else. We need to know all the things you are using and doing that ends with your issue.
The issue is the last thing we need not the only thing.
If you did something silly, then tell us. We aren't going to laugh at you, we want to help you. In all likelihood we did something similar and so we know if it can be fixed.
If you hope that by lying about the situation we will be able to fix your issue, you are WRONG.
If you are trying to do something illegal we know about that too.
We want to help you. We do not get paid for our work. We do it because we want to share our knowledge and help you.
If you do not post complete information, most likely your question will go unanswered, so you wasted your time and our time reading your post.

Intel D915GAG... | Answered on Apr 04, 2014

Go to www.intel.com and download the audio driver.

Intel D915GAG... | Answered on Mar 21, 2014

Replace the CMOS battery, usually it's a CR2032 in a holder near the bottom front of the motherboard.

Intel D915GAG... | Answered on Mar 10, 2014

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