Question about Intel Motherboard
Just installed the k9MM-V with 2GB of memory and a GeForce 6600 AGP card. Updated bios and drivers this morning. Everything works fine except my son's Supreme Commander game which starts up OK but freezes the machine after a few seconds of play.
Also known as graphics cards, these components are responsible for displaying 2D and 3D images on your monitor. 2D graphics are the regular pictures and images that appear on your screen while 3D graphics are mostly used in games and imaging. Most computer systems come with video cards that produce acceptable 2D results but there are reasons to upgrade.
Unless you have at least 32 MB of video RAM you can experience some image stuttering on your monitor when performing tasks like moving windows around and scrolling through text. This can become even more of an issue if you have a 19" or larger monitor. Most people with these monitors use a resolution greater than the 800x600 and maximum possible resolution is a function of the amount of memory a graphics card has. Therefore if you are getting a 19" or larger monitor you should have 64 MB of RAM.
Game designers continue to create more and more elaborate games, which require a yearly upgrade of the video card for the most devoted gamers. If you want to ensure that your setup has some longevity for playing the latest games you will want a 3D card with 128 MB of RAM or more.
The two major names in high-performance video cards are ATI and NVIDIA. Their cards all provide excellent performance with 2D graphic intensive programs as well as 3D games but as you move up their product lines you'll experience greater speed and more brilliant graphics.
Here's an overview of their product lines and whom they are geared towards.
Entry Level Mid Level High End ATI Radeon 9200 Radeon 9600/9700 Radeon 9800/X800 NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 GeForce FX 5700/ FX 5900 GeForce FX5950/6800 try to use this specified video cards stated here:
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had had the same problem,
simply you can solve it by updating your bios setting :
install it , note you may need install the latest audio driver too:
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
SOURCE: pci memory controller
This is to do with the interface control between the motherboard and your graphics card. For instance, if you have a nVidia graphis card, the latest driver for your particular card will contain the PCI memory controller information for you operating system.
So get the latest driver for your graphics card and see if the yellow exclamation mark disappears..
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
SOURCE: Audio device is not working
I have been working on this for months and finally got everything including front audio panel going. First Download the latest realtek audio drivers available from intel's website or go here and download #3 http://downloadcenter.intel.com/filter_results.aspx?strTypes=all&ProductID=2839&OSFullName=Windows%2A+XP+Home+Edition&lang=eng&strOSs=45&submit=Go%21. Next goto control panel and add/remove programs then look for realtek audio drivers that have been previously installed. Remove program if one is found. Then go to device manager (right click my computer, go to properties, Then hardware, then device manager. Click on the"+" in front of system devices. Find "microsoft uaa bus driver for high defintion audio". Right click that and select, "disable". Then right click it again and "unintstall" the device. This will allow you to install the audio drivers on your disc, or ones you have downloaded to install without an error message. Once done install your audio drivers and restart your PC and windows should start dectecting your new hardware. An installation wizzard pops up. Install the files needed yourself from a specific location, not a disk. It will ask for location of file name "hdaudbus.sys". That file is in C:/Windows/System32 folder. If it's not there, which it should be, just find and download that one file but it should already be there. I have done all this on xp home ed, sp3. I now have sound, and my front audio panel works. Please let me know if you have any problems by emailing me at [email protected]
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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