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Use the right mouse button over the Windows icon if in Win 8 or go to the Control Panel with any version. Get to the Device Manager. Open it. Look for the separate options and locate Sound. Check for Update. If updated, then go to the Desktop screen, lower right Speaker Icon to see if the Sound function is working. Check the options as to what speakers are active. If no speakers show up, you need to set the option to activate the speakers you are using. If necessary, use the HELP Menu.

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Intel... | Answered on Apr 25, 2014


cable has 20 or 24 pin group it will only go in one way

Intel... | Answered on Apr 18, 2014


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Intel... | Answered on Apr 17, 2014


The p/n (FRU 49P1599) is a Gigabyte motherboard, their p/n GA-G8IGMIU Rev 1.1 It seems to be a socket 478 type with FSB 400 or 533MHz, Intel 845G chipset, and DDR1 memory. In the downloads section of Gigabyte's website it is not present, probably because it so old it has been removed. In this section there is the opportunity to get the manual for a motherboard and the CPU support list, amongst other downloads. A similar m/b, the G8IG model supports ONLY older Williamette and Northwood type P4 CPUs, not the (slightly) newer Prescott ones. I suspect that your CPU is not working because it is a Prescott type (or it is just broken). To check what process your CPU was made by use the program Speccy, or take a magnifying glass and examine your processor (having carefully cleaned it up) for the S-code, RK or BK number, and look it up on Intel website (ARK) or in CPU-World.

AND you should contact Gigabyte technical support (you have to go through the register rigmarole) to see they are able to answer questions you may have, get the manual and the CPU support list.

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Intel... | Answered on Apr 10, 2014


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Intel... | Answered on Apr 03, 2014


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Intel... | Answered on Mar 25, 2014


We cannot assume that your motherboard is dead, try these: Unplug computer power cable from the socket outlet.


First, check to be sure the power supply is switched to 120 V.
If it is, then do a minimum system configuration test. Turn off the ON/OFF switch on the PS back panel, and disconnect the cord. You don't want to work on the motherboard (MB) with standby power applied.
Disconnect all components from the motherboard (including floppy, CD, hard drive). Leave the power connector attached to the hard drive, as the power supply has a minimum load requirement (never run a switching supply without a load, unless it is designed to do so -- and few are). Remove the power connector from the Motherboard, then reinsert it (potential for bad contact in control circuit).
Remove the RAM, reinsert one stick (going for a minimal configuration).
Remove all PCI boards and AGP. The motherboard should be able to turn on and beep an error code even without RAM and video.
Plug the PS back in, turn on the back panel switch, and use your screwdriver to short the power button pins (ATX type of supply).
Double check which pins are the power switch pins in the documentation, as front panel attachment point functions are usually not obvious, and are easily mis-wired since the connectors come off so easily during maintenance.
When you touch the pins, the CPU fan should instantly start turning, and shortly thereafter, the MB should beep an error code.
If not, check the mounting for the MB. Some cases use a U shaped rectangular snap in receptacle for MB mounting screws. These commonly become bent or twisted, and can short out nearby traces sometimes resulting in dead board symptoms.
If the fan didn't start turning when expected, you probably want to repeat this minimum configuration test with the motherboard out of the box.
Put it on an insulated surface (e.g. pink packing foam or cardboard), being careful about electrostatic discharge (ESD) (however, my bet is ESD damage that disables a motherboard is rare).
Although I haven't seen it, your motherboard may require the video card to be plugged in to turn on.
I doubt this, though, as there is enough housekeeping to do before checking for the video card that the fan should have time to start to spin.
If it still isn't working, try the other memory stick, or remove all memory.
Double check all connections before applying power!

Intel... | Answered on Mar 13, 2014


i am not familiar with this error you could
click start control panel administrive tools computer management then select event viewer depending on what operating sytem you have this may vary
extend the events there you will ((see errors in red)) you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occured you might be able to work your way through the probleml
hope this helps you

Intel... | Answered on Feb 28, 2014


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Intel... | Answered on Feb 16, 2014


Take a look here please:
http://www.helpdrivers.com/motherboards/Intel/Motherboard_DH_xx_Series/Motherboard_DH61WW/

If you cannot find what you are looking for, try to connct a USB-wifi device and install a free driver updater to scan (this one for instance http://www.driverupdate.net/downloads/SlimDrivers-setup.exe )

Intel... | Answered on Feb 10, 2014

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