I think you are trying to describe something abnormal, but we oldies are a little narrow minded. The reason you are seeing 3GB as your memory amount is because bit operating systems like XP can’t see more than 4GB, and have problems reporting that amount. I f you are using any speakers at all you are always going to pick-up background noise i. I think your long boot up time and problematic installation might have to do with Windows not understanding your system. This is the case and I am not sure why. Or 1GB in each slot max. It also happens when nothing is plugged in, for instance, lets say the mic is in but the speakers or headphones aren’t and winamp is playing music
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But if you disconnect the mic it shouldn’t mis up sound. Okay, sorry for the now triple post- but I’ve solved my problem.
Everything is plugged in the back, no use of front audio jacks. I will try to elaborate a little better I have a k9vgm-v series mobo that I just recently installed a few months ago. Basically, I didn’t get an answer about whether my board can mis take 2GB RAM in total, or per slot- it must mean in total.
I am now set up and everything is working kk9vgm. If you decide to do a Repair install of Windows, have a minimal system, and if need be add things after the installation.
At least not till you have a perfectly stable system. So I gave up on that option. In Device Manager, there’s no hardware unaccounted for so I’m a bit puzzled. The person who sold it to me will be getting a lot of earache tomorrow and I shall be insisting he replaces my motherboard with one that can cope with the memory I was sold with it.
MSI K9VGM-V, AM2+, AMD Motherboard
The drivers weren’t recognising the mainboard and wouldn’t install, neither would the NVidia drivers. I have added in a Linksys wireless receiver which was updated through Windows Update, as well as a Soundblaster Audigy 2. Or can k9vym only handle 2 x 1Gb sticks?? I have installed the MSI drivers for my video card. Please login or register. No mention of the Realtek there.
K9VGM-V on board audio not being detected
I’ve already installed that. What mic do you have? This has updated my VIA chipset, graphics card, a couple of CPU things- none of them anything to sort my audio though Please login or register.
Also, I do have a noise cancelling headset and, this is not the case. The entire time, the computer has never asked for any audio drivers or tried telling me that I have an audio card that’s not installed.
adio I tried uninstalling and reinstalling drivers, as well as the muting of the mic in audio properties. I have installed all of these, including the Realtek HD audio drivers.
You find a Realtek driver here: If nothing seems audiio work it might be a good idea to uninstall audio drivers make sure to reboot, clean old registry keys temp. EZCool W, no idea about amp ratings Also, I’m having a hard time getting fully up and running with sound. I f you are using any speakers at all you are always going to pick-up background noise i. You have a mic and it picks up sound?
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I think your long boot up time and problematic installation might have to do with Windows not understanding your system. Seriously, I’ve tried everything I can think of. Home Help Search Login Register.
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