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Q: Asus Motherboard

Which is better Asus P4B-266, P4B-266-C, P4B-266-E, P4B-266-M, or P4B-266-SE? Which one has the most features?

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A: Asus Motherboard

best I can do is link you to a review, seems they liked it
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A:Mass Storage Controller Driver for Asus motherboard P4R800-VM motherboard for XP Re-installation

Almost a word for word copy & paste from THIS forum post made in 2014
@muckshifter the bus inspector should be along soon
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I want to ask that does this mobo support EM64bit tecnology? Does this mobo support all my purchased items?

I have one more option
Buy ASUS P5RD1-V or Intel D915GAV ?
Intel Motherboard D915GAV

Does D915GAV support both EM64T and Enhanced Intel speedstep technology?

A:Does ASUS P5RD1-V support EM64T? Buy ASUS P5RD1-V OR Intel D915GAV Motherboard?


I'm not too sure about mixing up the nVidia cards in sli with
I would research this board further.

The IntelŪ Desktop Board D915GAV on the other hand
seems to have what you've asked for:
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A:Asus Motherboard

I think the Asus boards arent completely solid until you buy p5n32 or better, if you pay 100 or so for a board of course not as good quality is put into it. I have the p5n32 sli premium. Its a champ.
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A:Asus Motherboard DOA? Help please.

What size is your power supply? You may just need a 450-500 watt power supply.
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A:ASUS 450/2 motherboard

will be similiar hopefully
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A:Help Regarding ASUS(motherboard)

F8 is what I think you are looking for.
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A:Motherboard ASUS P5Q SE

OK.... So I found out that it's the motherboard... I tried a IDE harddrive with XP and.... NOTHING !! AARRGG !!

Goes through the BIOS fine... then just a blank screen...

I tried the XP disc... nothing

I tried a bootable disc... nothing

Just a blank black screen with a cursor flashing up top....

Can anyone help?

Do you think it's salvageable???

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I have a asus motherboard and am having some problems.
Does ASUS have a tech help department?
I have sent numerous e-mails to [email protected] with no reply.
I can not find a phone number for the USA either.

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how many vga on board asus p5gl-mx, p5s800 sis 661
plz answer emergently!


Why don't you look for yourself ?
Asus p5gl-mx
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A:Asus M3A motherboard help

Never mind.. found one here:

Never mind.. found one here: :grinthumb:wave:
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A:ASUS motherboard help

It could be a motherboard problem. If it has told you that it failed both a VGA test and a RAM test, you can assume that it is not those components at fault. Do you have another motherboard to test in it?

You might also try testing the power supply, but I doubt that is the culprit.

Lastly, welcome to TechSpot! :wave:
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A:Asus Motherboard help

Asus has a pretty good site, and these files are easy to find:
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A:ASUS A8N-E Motherboard
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A:asus a8n-e motherboard

ASUS_a8n-e Scroll to page 45, "System Panel Connector" I think that this is what your talking about.
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A:is there a better motherboard than asus?

It's all a matter of opinion, there is no "better" motherboard. One company's board has several great features and other less great features, missing features etc that other companys board might make up for but yet have it's own flaws also.

You just have to figure out which board has the features that you need and can take advantage of for, also considering the price, compatibility, etc.
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A:ASUS Motherboard H97 Plus

Hi Drivers are in the Link below ...
Motherboard - H97-PLUS - ASUS

Install the Lan Driver and the Chipset
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A:asus motherboard

Asus support site?
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A:Asus Motherboard

There are plenty of reviews out there....Look it up on google.
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A:Regarding an ASUS motherboard

Yippers, it does support it.
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A:asus motherboard

Have you chosen the computer case you are going to use yet?

For a home media PC, the one defining factor is available "space". (meaning how large of a computer case are you going to use?)

A smaller case may limit you a Micro ATX or smaller MB, low-profile video/audio card or integrated video/audio, low profile CPU heatsink/fan, etc. A smaller case will also mean a lower power PSU which may also limit your choice of other parts.
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i can choose from 100 to 150 on core speed and multi form 6.0 to 18.0. should i chose 100 with a 14 multiplier to get my 1.4 GHz?

Please Help with settings.


A:asus P4T motherboard

100 x 14 is default
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A:BEST ASUS Motherboard

the P4C800 is a nice board, i would get this if i were building an intel system, but im an amd guy so its all about the A7N8X-E for me. get the P4C800, its will be top end for a while, but its costly. if money is the problem, find a board with the i865PE chipset or equivalent. the IT7-MAX3 is an abit board that is also high end. i think its the IT7, but its the only MAX3 board abit has, take a looksie, because asus board tend to be more expensive, so shop around.
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A:ASUS Motherboard

ReFlashed the bios.
They have updated the BIOS firmware on the computer

Here's ALL your drivers (unknown OS at the moment)
And here's the current BIOS
Version 1903
Support new CPUs.
File Size 433.28 (KBytes)


Version 1904 2008/01/07 update
Description P5LD2 Latest Beta BIOS
File Size 433.37 (KBytes)
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A:Asus P5K-E / WiFi-AP motherboard

Solid base: Yes. That is a very nice motherboard.

Trouble with assembly: No. Everything you've chosen so far is 100% compatible.

Dual-core better: Not necessarily. There aren't many applications that take advantage of all 4 cores, so if you can find a better price on a dual-core, you might want to consider it. Otherwise the quad-core is a good choice.

Powerbox: The item you're referring to is called a power supply, or PSU for short. The 'rails' refer to the amount of power capable of being distributed at each voltage type used by the computer.

Here's a good example of a nice PSU at a respectable price that is more than powerful enough for most needs:
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A:ASUS P5K motherboard for Win7 also want to install Windows Vista? You will need a Windows Vista installation DVD and applicable product key for activation to cover that

Alright...I looked at ASUS and no downloads were found for Windows 7 and your P5k...but this doesn't mean the end

If you are running Windows 7 x86 (32-bit)...install the Vista drivers (they normally work) here: ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

If you are running Windows 7 x64 (64-bit)...install the Vista drivers (they normally work) here: ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

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A:ASUS Motherboard compatibility

Next time you upgrade to Windows 10, try also updating the chipset and graphics drivers directly from AMD. This should fix the freezing problems.
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A:WOL on asus p5kc motherboard

Only thing close I am finding is power on by PCI device.
You might want to try enabling that and see if it gives
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Pentium 4 (Not sure what slot)
4 DDR RAM Slots
1 PCI-E x16 Slot
3 PCI Slots
Orange/Yellow in colour.
RAM Slots are Blue, Red, Blue, Red

The reason I need to know is I have no idea how to configure my System Panel Connectors, as I am trying to fit the board into a new case.

Thank you in advance for your help,

A:Need to determine my ASUS motherboard

when did u buy it?
actually heres a better way of finding out..

download the little tool and u can find out a whole bunch about ur system.. mobo type, cpu type, ram, temperatures, etc...
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Just got an ASUS P S motherboard P4S800 Motherboard ASUS and was getting ready to install XP pro and it would not recognize my CDROM Drive or the DVD Drive They were both on the secondary IDE channel I ASUS P4S800 Motherboard hooked them up to the primary IDE and there they were Did a little research and found if I disconnected the USB cable to the ASUS P4S800 Motherboard front of my ASUS P4S800 Motherboard case the Secondary IDE worked just fine Well I have been trying to find out if there is some kind of fix for this problem I haven t found one yet I am really dissappointed as I have been told that ASUS was a good product I mainly have used Gigabyte in the past Well if any one has found a solution to this problem please let me know Oh yea I called ASUS technical support and after minutes they told me that they would have to call me back and it would be less than an hour Well that was hours ago and they have two phone numbers so I m not sure what the problem is suspiciou DUMPY nbsp

A:ASUS P4S800 Motherboard

Welcome to Techspot!
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I had an Asus board several years ago that I had similar issues with. I never did like the board. However, it turned out to be a killer gaming board, which made my son very happy since he ended up with it.

Hard to say whether I'd want another one or not.
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Go to the link below. I put "Driver Downloads" into Google and found this neat service.
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I can tell you that if you take a hard drive out of one computer with Windows on it and then try to put that into a different computer, it will not work.

I found this thread here:

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Do this right away.Install asus Probe.It's on the cd or a download.
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I hope you have a cd and a manual,or dl one.
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[email protected]

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how much are you planning on paying for it? i would prefer the one i linked to above, unless you are getting a really cool deal on the one you mentioned. it has onboard vga, lan, and audio.
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If get it here:
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Hello and welcome to Techspot.

As far as I am aware there are only two possible solutions to your problem.

1 Ask the manufacturer of your mobo if they would be willing to supply you with a new bios chip.

2 Get a new mobo.

I`m sorry that I can`t give you any good news but there it is.

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Please provide more info ...

What did you have before, when your system was working?
Is your case and psu atx compliant?
Does your system work properly when you have successfully booted to windows 98?
Provide as much info as possible, as right now there are just too many variables to draw any reasonable conclusions.

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I just bought a new ASUS M2N-LR motherboard. It works fine except for one item: The Hard Drive LED doesn't flash or blink hard drive activity.
The HD LED is always off.

This seems trivial but at the same time I would like to fix it. Maybe I'm being too much of a geek.

The LED on the computer case works fine. I stretched the cable and connected it to another computer and it worked like it's suppose too.

I already talked with ASUS tech support, and the motherboard was replaced
,but I still have the same issue.

Here is the model of my hard drive:
Western Digital Caviar SE WD2500JS 250GB 7200 RPM 8MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive - OEM

Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Thank You all.

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Switch pins on the LED header, because you have the light plugged-in backwards. Current flows in only one direction with an LED.
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