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All you need is the MPEG-2 codec.

Download and install VLC Player. It includes MPEG-2 (and many, many other codecs). The program itself is free and works great.

I suggest you give the actual player a try. It's way better than WMP. If you decide you don't like it, just leave it installed. WMP can use the codec that VLC comes with to play DVD's.


ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on Apr 17, 2019

Just Make a Search on www.google.com

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on Apr 19, 2018

the audio for asus p5pe is soundmax ad1888 as of now there no driver that supports win7 you'll just have to wait until the product manufacturer releases a driver that will support win7

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on Apr 18, 2018

Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant
To check if your computer can run Windows 8 go to this WEB site and download and install Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant.

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on Nov 18, 2015

it is rather ancient m/b, asus stop producing it i think in 2007 or 2008, i think last support for it was in about 2010, please follow this link and read manual as well as download your bios update as well as little program installing it, READ THE MANUAL!:

hope this will help you, do not forget to vote...

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on Jan 21, 2015

hard drive maybe slow defrag it

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on Jan 10, 2015

refer manual .mostly reset is on down right side and hdd is on upper left

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on Jul 25, 2014

You've provided too few info.
It's impossible to guess the reason w/o additional facts.
Is it switch off immediately or it peforms correct Windows shut down procedure? Or may be it just reboots?
First leads to a hardware failure, most probably power supply unit or motherboard (less probably). Try to just replace PSU at first (get one for test from your neighbor or friend, you just need to make connections, no need to install PSU to the case).
Second leads to a software problem, such as virus activity or driver failure. Try to explore events in Windows Event viewer. You may need to call pro to find the failure.
Third may lead to both hardware or software problem. Very wide variety of problems. You'd provided no more symptoms. Most probably profy required at the place.

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on Jun 23, 2014

Good day, I personally encountered that problem and i try to remove the cmos battery on the board to clear the saved bios settings. But it was still the same and followed the manual of said motherboard change the settings and change the jumper settings but still the same. What i did, i changed the motherboard with brand new same model but the other parts remained.With that the problem solved!

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ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on May 25, 2014

here is a pic look at the right top right side there is a 4 pin power plug and make sure that you have the cpu fan wires to the cpu plugin it says cpufan on board ok http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P5PEVM/

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on May 25, 2014

Then download audio driver that is compatible with window 7 along with your board. example : ( realtek sound driver for windows 7 download ). Or go to your motherboards website and download your sound driver there . Like ( realtek high definition audio driver for win 7 downloads ). Have a nice day..

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on May 20, 2014

Ron, I found this posted somewhere:

Users running ASUS P5PE-VM on Windows 7 having difficulty looking for compatible drivers, especially on graphic card and onboard sound card. The graphic card is old NVIDIA GForce 3 TI (AGP) and the sound on-board is SoundMax which is listed as SoundMax Integrated Digital Audio (TCSUS_CH5) F5410AMR. The driver which comes with the motherboard will not install the sound drivers because it doesn't recognize the OS even though it listed the sound card but only Realtek and analog devices.Trying to resolve this problem using Compatibility mode doesn't do the trick as there is no Vista compatible for GF3 driver. Windows 7 apparently won't recognize GF2 series and older ones. You will have to upgrade the video card. Try using Windows Update. If it doesn't find the driver online, then it means the driver is not supported by Win7. No luck for NForce 3 motherboards either, or NF 1/2 motherboards. Another workaround you can try is by installing NVIDIA's legacy driver 66.93 which was reported doing good on GeForce 3 TI 200. You will have to disable all directX hardware acceleration, but OpenGL works. It looks like upgrading is the last resort you can try after you try all above solution.

I hope this helps & good luck!

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on May 20, 2014

First of all cross chek your power supply. Take another one and then chek if it shut down or not. If not then visit the near mother board repairing outlet and ask them to solve

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on May 02, 2014

You should be able to find everything for this motherboard on the ASUS support page, here:

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on Apr 17, 2014

go to asus website directly to obtain the drivers for your machine

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on Mar 06, 2014

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