I pulled the plug back out and pushed it back in to see if it was always that tough to plug in, and it was much easier the second time. Wed Oct 10, 9: Wed Oct 10, Fixed Duron Morgan 1. Fri Oct 12, When I pushed a little harder it went all the way in.
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Guess it just needed to be ‘broken in’. It is recommended to use the updated flash utility included in each BIOS download package.
Unsuccessful BIOS flash may cause the system fails to boot up. Fixed some hardware monitor can’t work well 3.
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Fixed the standby selection of start menu becomes to be inactive action after installing Windows XP 3. Then I realized that when I plugged the speaker connection into the motherboard, I had not pushed it all the way into the speaker jack.
Oct 21, Posts: Plugged ks75q the speakers and got no sound.
Turns out the only sound I get is plugging in 1 of 2 connectors the non microphone 1 on my headphones to the left of 3 round ports on the back of the motherboard. It worked fine after that.
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Try to play a CD, Windows Media Player runs, but no sound, plug audio connector from speakers into the back of the motherboard. My Compaq speakers do not get any sound at all, they do not have any buttons on them by the way.
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But your speakers will need to be powered. Headphones will work because they require so little power that the nonamplified sound works fine. Internal speaker 4 pin connector is plugged into the motherboard. Wed Oct 10, 9: