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WHERE it driving me NUTS....Adv audio properties i dont see it
Double click the speaker icon in the sys tray. Then click "Options" and adv audio controls should be the second one down.

If it's grayed out click on "Properties", then in the drop down menu select "Realtek HD Audio Input" and mute all sounds except for the mic.
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Same Ram i have....Have you tried just 4 gigs in the blue slots or black slots on the mobo
Does it have to be only 4GBs? One of the main reasons I have windows 7 x64 is because of the no ram limit.

If I were to try 6GB which slot should I leave empty?
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Does it have to be only 4GBs? One of the main reasons I have windows 7 x64 is because of the no ram limit.

If I were to try 6GB which slot should I leave empty?
Just trying to test the IMC on your chip run 4 gigs at a time and see if you have errors
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Double click the speaker icon in the sys tray. Then click "Options" and adv audio controls should be the second one down.

If it's grayed out click on "Properties", then in the drop down menu select "Realtek HD Audio Input" and mute all sounds except for the mic.
Running win7 pro i dont see the options
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Running win7 pro i dont see the options
Is there a "sounds and audio devices" icon in the control panel? You usually can access it that way also.

Sorry I am not familiar with windows 7, maybe if someone else who has it can help, that'd be great. Mmmmk,.
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when you guys clear the cmos, do you leave the power button on from the back of the PSU and just press the clr cmos button on the board once?
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when you guys clear the cmos, do you leave the power button on from the back of the PSU and just press the clr cmos button on the board once?
I generally power down the PSU also.

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post #2138 of 9641
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when you guys clear the cmos, do you leave the power button on from the back of the PSU and just press the clr cmos button on the board once?
Yeah thats what i do and it seems to be the standard method
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we are on our way i just update my sig rig check it out what do you see there as a mobo?
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When i clear the cmos i just hit the button with the computer running and hit the reset button right after.
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