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grinderk627

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Hi,
I've just recently had to replace my motherboard (Jetway 845) with a new one (Jetway 845 E PRO) after problems with the old one. The system seemed to be working after boot up, however, I don't have any sound now. I know the old Jetway Board had an in-built sound card, but I'm not sure whether the new one is on board, or I have to buy a separate one. All my proggrams tell me the drivers are missing. Is it possible that I have to load something to remedy this. The new motherboard did'nt come with any booklets or CD rom. I am running a P4 2.53Ghz system with 512Mb RAM. Maybe I'm missing something glaringly obvious. Could anyone shed some light please. I've also noticed that on start up, a command comes up saying "MBULTRA 133 BIOS IS NOT INSTALLED BECAUSE THERE ARE NO DRIVES ATTACHED" is this relevant? I'd appreciate if anyone could shed some light. Many thanks.

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Edited by grinderk627, 28 June 2005 - 10:26 AM.

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dsenette

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try going to the MoBo's manufacturer site and downloading both audio drivers and a bios update
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"MBULTRA 133 BIOS IS NOT INSTALLED BECAUSE THERE ARE NO DRIVES ATTACHED" is this relevant? I'd appreciate if anyone could shed some light. Many thanks.


hello man! :tazz: look on your bios att the "onboard ATA/RAID Divice" if you don't have a HDD connected on IDE 3 or 4 you have to disable the Onboard ATA/RAID Divice.

I Hope that work!
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