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Hi guys! My computer is..

E6600 core2duo
Asus P5B
Geforce 7950gx2
2gb ram
Seasonic S12 600W
and a Cooler Master chassie..

Now to the problem, I cant find any USB device, just says its problem finding USB. And the computer cant find any sounddevice(on the motherboard) . Anyone here with problem with this motherboard? i have all the latest drivers and even tried flashing BIOS, but i dosnt get it to work, i have read somthing about flashing BIOS with another processor!? Pls help me!!!

Excuse my poor english!
post #2 of 16
Did you replace the MoBo without re-installing Windows?
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Erik... go to Start>My computer> right click> Properties>Hardware> Device Manager> are there any yellow Exclamation Points (!) at your Universal Serial Bus hardware locations? ( Your English is excellent, by the way).
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post #4 of 16
What OS are you using?

It should at least see your USB ports as low speed hubs until you have the Intel INF chipset drivers installed (use the ones off the Intel site, not the ones on the CD).

http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scri...?ProductID=816
post #5 of 16
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Originally Posted by Erik_kga
Hi guys! My computer is..

E6600 core2duo
Asus P5B
Geforce 7950gx2
2gb ram
Seasonic S12 600W
and a Cooler Master chassie..

Now to the problem, I cant find any USB device, just says its problem finding USB. And the computer cant find any sounddevice(on the motherboard) . Anyone here with problem with this motherboard? i have all the latest drivers and even tried flashing BIOS, but i dosnt get it to work, i have read somthing about flashing BIOS with another processor!? Pls help me!!!

Excuse my poor english!
Stupid question but did you install all of the motherboard driver files that came on the CD with the mobo
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post #6 of 16
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Originally Posted by Sdumper
Stupid question but did you install all of the motherboard driver files that came on the CD with the mobo

My question also....it happens (to me)
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post #7 of 16
Thread Starter 
Thanks for all the answers!

Yea I just bought the whole computer, I have even tried to format and reinstalling windows a cupple of times. No result. . I can say that I tried a Asus P5N 32 SLi Deluxe mobo at first but then the computer wouldnt start at all! Yea I have installed all the mobo drivers but not the soundmax(audiodevice) cuz i want work . I also download all the latest drivers from each manifactures webpages but i want work! I dont have the computer home right now so i cant try so much, I have turned it in to a computerdealer but it seams he dosnt know a ****! I just want my brand new pc at home and have it to work! . So guys cant it mabe be the powersupply? (Seasonic S12 600W) ? Or what do you thinkl? The dealr talking **** about the chassie maybe short circuit the mobo? I just hink that sounds weird?

I have tried posting same problem on a Swedish computer site, but theres no answers! Thanks guys u are awesome! (Atleast u try to help me)
post #8 of 16
The PSU is not the problem. The Seasonic is a beast. Usb cables plugged in properly? I'm stumped if nothing said so far has helped..
post #9 of 16
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Originally Posted by NrGx
The PSU is not the problem. The Seasonic is a beast. Usb cables plugged in properly? I'm stumped if nothing said so far has helped..
Not always correct now in this case it wouldnt be the PSU, However just becasue it looks good or is of a good brand doesnt mean it may not be an issue.

Anyway. Have you made sure that you installed the USB drivers from the motherboard driver cd you should have been supplied ?.

Have you also performed a Windows update found here :http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/

Anotherthing would be to RESET your CMOS. To do this remove the little battery from the motherboard for 2mins and then put it back in. This will cause the BIOS to reset to its factory defualts and re-recognise all hardware attached to the system.
post #10 of 16
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by NrGx
The PSU is not the problem. The Seasonic is a beast. Usb cables plugged in properly? I'm stumped if nothing said so far has helped..

Ah ok! .. Yea the USB is checked so many times u would be frightened! ... The intergraded usb on the mobo dosn't work either! :/ .. Can it really be so stupid that chassie make all this trouble?
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