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Why 2 optical drivers though, do you really need two of them? But it took sitting on the floor right next to it to figure out that it IS the new drive - initializing itself!!If you suspect fringe power issues, try running with JUST one HD or/and one OD and see how it goes... NO, unfortunately only the "Deluxe" version of the A8V has this voice feature. Have you noticed any clock "time" discrepencies recently? I can hear it beep and spin up then power down again.Are case wires (power , power -, hdd , hdd -, reset , reset -, power led , power led - and speaker wire ) connected correctly?Those wires look like this: This image is just reference.also see if you can insert the ram into a diferent PC and check if the ram is not faulty , otherwise try update chipset drivers Hope you come right Devices Configuration section 4.4.4 page 4-23 in your manual.On the other hand if you open windows device manager and within Sound, video and game controller you see either unknown PCI device or a yellow pair shaped icon with an ! If this fails to fix your issue than the Try cleaning the RAM as shown in the image below:also you can try resetting the CMOS, here's how it's done on your motherboard: CLRTC allows you to clear the data in CMOS.point in it, than you'll need to install the audio software through windows device manager. You may need to open the driver folder on the CD and click on it once so it is high lighted. The data in CMOS includes systemsetup information such as system password, date, time, and system setup parameters.Make sure your Asus driver CD is loaded into your CD-Rom drive. Right click once on the unknown PCI device and left click once on update driver. Toclear and reset the system parameters to default setup, please turn off the computer andunplug the power cord, then use a jumper cap to short the pins on CLRTC for approx. Please remember to remove the jumper cap after clearing the CMOS.
if there is no other display controller in the DEVICE MANAGER you should try to reboot and access the bios in witch you will found an option for selecting the first display controller to be used. hi jtiker,if you have replaced all the parts mentioned above then you will need to reinstall windows as it will try to use drivers from the old windows and create more problems for to the bios and set it to boot from the dvdrom first then reinstall only other choice is to boot in safe mode and try to reinstall the mobo drivers...recommended thoughgood lucksmeags To the best of my knowledge this could be a sound card driver problem. If that doesn't work uninstall the driver and get the updated version on the net.If yes, but the system works, why worry about it I guess.The problems with the TP II were capacitors, I had 2 of them blow on me years ago.Hey guys, My build is probably five or six years old and ever since installing a new burner last week I get two beeps on boot. you get the beeps after the post and before the boot completes? If it's really an AGP card and no on-board video, just for grins n' giggles, you might try re-seating the vid card (after you disconnect the new HW and see what happens). Can you enter the BIOS and set that (female) "voice" feature to try and determine anymeaning to your beeping problem? I really liked these Antecs and initially bought two, but both have died prematurely so I'm moving away from them now. Some of the earlier Truepower units had capacitor problems, I don't know about the blue model though. Not sure I Have a spare battery, but I'm about to pull it out and start digging around on the inside.I don't mean during post, I mean the split second I hit the power button it makes a "low, high" sound then works fine (from what I can see). Just by chance, do you have Video on the board that you are using or do you have a real video card... If you disconnect the new HW and the beeps go away..... I don't remember if that board had SATA ports on it, but the BIOS might not like a SATA optical disk. If it is IDE, did you remember to do the master/slave/cable select jumper thingy? I don't remember if that board had SATA ports on it, but the BIOS might not like a SATA optical disk. If it is IDE, did you remember to do the master/slave/cable select jumper thingy? If you determine that you do need a new SMPS, simply look at a Corsair, because every single model they sell is just fine. I've tested my voltage with a few meters from cheap to a fluke... No time discrepancies or other noticable problems with the 2032.
In "modern" motherboards, a "high voltage" state as opposed to a "low voltage/no voltage" state for an instantaneous burst tells the power supply to feed voltage to the other rails besides the stand by voltage.