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You probably need to return it before it gets worse.

Zalman Tech... | Answered on Feb 21, 2018


try to buy new power supply

Zalman Tech... | Answered on Jul 17, 2017


The drivers, made for older windows versions, won't work on a Windows 7 or Windows 8. Not even in compatibility mode. Microsoft needed to make Windows more secure, so only allows drivers in there modern operating systems when they have a Microsoft certificate. For a certificate the manufactures must use Microsoft protocols, ask Microsoft for certification, and pay for the tests Microsoft does, to check the software is working correct. So no manufacturer will ask for certification of drivers for hardware they no longer sell.
Long story, but unless you can write your driver yourself, or you can find an universal device driver (not sure something like that exists) you won't be able to use the device.
I saw some dodgy sites trying to offer drivers. Be aware all drivers you can install in windows 7 or 8, you can get them from Microsoft. The ones you could use on an XP computer can't be used, because Windows 7 or 8 won't let you install them. Just for security reasons.
When your device is sold with compatible with Windows x and it is lower version then the one you use, most likely you can't find driver for your device for the modern Windows. Almost no manufacturer will offer drivers for hardware they no longer sell.

Zalman Tech -... | Answered on Apr 18, 2015


All drivers and other useful information and downloads for this motherboard can be accessed from this
http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=P4GE-MX&os=17
webpage on the Asus website. To download drivers in particular you will need to know what your operating system is
18.April.2014

Zalman Tech... | Answered on Apr 18, 2014


You need to disconnect your device, remove the drivers reboot your system, reload the drivers,

then when prompted reconnect your device. good luck!

Zalman Tech... | Answered on Dec 17, 2012


The system requirements for this unit are xp, vista.
Just so you know. Now if you have version 7600 of windows 7,

I would say yes it should work, but I put the requirements so you know.

I have not had anything not work with 7600, I have run XP requirements
in windows 7. 7600.

It would be best if you purchased this from a place you could return it.

Not because of windows, but who knows what kinds of errors you have created in the registry and it might not work because of other reasons.

I'm not trying to knock you, but I come across tons of problems that are because people can't run windows and create all kinds of problems but blame windows.

Windows is garbage, but usually made worse by its owners.

Zalman Tech... | Answered on Sep 11, 2011


You can't do that, the reaction is instantaneous. But you can change the behaviour of the button to put it on something less damaging as a restart. Follow this
http://www.ghacks.net/2011/06/11/change-the-windows-power-button-action/
and change it to Switch user.

Zalman Tech... | Answered on Aug 02, 2011


Yes, the speakers must be connected to the device. Your speakers use an older color code for connections. The black plug from your speakers goes in the green socket on the device. There may be a black socket on the device, but due to the color changes, black now indicates a surround speaker connection, not the main speaker connection. I would guess, not seeing your speakers, that the tan plug is either for a microphone, or more likely, is how you connect the left speaker to the right one.

Zalman Tech... | Answered on Mar 14, 2011

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