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make sure that the dvd burner is getting enough power test all leads that are attached to the dvd burner including electical extensions and make sure they have a secure connection or just replace them there might be bad/faulty or
your drivers may have been corrupted or you might have a virus run your antivrus program
you might have to physically unplug the leads for this cd/dvd burner then plug them back in or
you might have to uninstall then reinstall your DVD/CD or uninstall the driver then reinstall for this device
control panel admistrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll down cd dvd rom drives right click you can you can update driver,roll back driver,or
select properties general troubleshoot, select driver click to reinstall drivers click update driver or uninstall then reinstall
hope this helps
if this does not fix the problem it might be a registry problem
Close all open programs
Click on Start, Run, and type regedit and press Enter
Click on the plus signs (+) next to the following folders
This folder is the DVD/CD-ROM Drive Class Description in the registry. Look for any of the following names in the right hand column.
If any of the above keys shown in step 4 are listed, right-click on them and choose DeleteAfter deleting the keys, close the registry editorReboot your computerOpen My Computer and check to see if your CD or DVD drives have returned. You may also want to open Device Manager and verify that the yellow exclamation and error code on the CD or DVD drive is gone.
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Is there a floppy disk in the A: drive? That "port" is usually reserved for a floppy disk, either 3.5 or 5.25in. You probably need to disable the floppy drive in the BIOS.
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You can go to the link below and enter the board name is a MX4GER and that will give you your manuals
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I am assuming that you are replacing or installing a new mobo. You need to read the manual to see if it has an option for speakers, most do. You need to look the details for the "front panel" where you connect wires for power, hard disk lights etc.
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If you open your motherboard, then you can see a lot of input and output ports behind the motherboard, where you connect VGA, mouse, keyboard etc wires at that place there is a 3.5mm jack which may be green in color, you can connect specker wire there
A red mark is shown
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go to aopen download support web site download them from them there
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There will be a screw or two on the side of your case. Follow these simple steps.
Shut down computer.
Disconnect all wires from tower and move it to a place, such as a table. where you can do the work.
Using a phillips head screwdriver remove the screw(s) holding the case together on the side that is removable (usually the left side)
Look inside the case, you will see a slot that matches your graphics card. It is called a PCI-E slot, look it up if you are unsure of what one looks like.
Remove the metal tab that is blocking the hole in front of the slot, and slightly to the side. It will either pull out or be held in by a small screw (save the screw if it is there).
Gently, but firmly, line up the graphics card's pci-e connector with the slot in the motherboard. It will require a firm, but gentle nudge to snap into place. Don't force it and make sure you are lined up. If it's seated correctly the metal slot on the front will line up with the metal tab you just removed. If you have a graphics card installed already, remove it.
Reinstall the side of the case. Connect all wires, but this time connect your monitor's connection (either DVI (white), VGA(blue) or HDMI (black and gold) to the graphic's cards video port. Power on the computer.
Here the steps can vary. If you didn't remove a graphics card earlier you need to disable the onboard graphics. I would need to know the manufacturer of your motherboard to give instructions on how to do it.
Insert the disk that came with your graphics card and install the software included with it.
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Do nothing with the hard disk. Remove it and mount it on another working machine. Use the second machine to run recuva.
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check memory, it is a system timer failure (if the beeps are short), usually its because of bad ram, but if u took it apart could be you just need to check how you inserted the RAM.
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Hi,1> Click Start and then Control Panel2> In Control Panel, if you are in Category View, click on Switch to Classic View3> Open Regional and Language Options in Control Panel.4> Click on the Languages tab.5> Under Supplemental language support, select the check box beside the applicable language collection6> Click OK or Apply. You will prompted to insert the Windows CD-ROM or point to a network location where the files are located. After the files are installed, you must restart your computer.Thanks..
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What relay are you talking about? The only computer I know of that may have a relay in it is from the 1940s. Aopen didn't exist then.
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