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post #1161 of 1895
I have another problem lol
My front panel audio jack does not work. But my front usbs do work
I messed around in the realtek hd audio manager but could not get it working

I am using GD65, and hooked up the hd audio to the jaud1
post #1162 of 1895
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Originally Posted by B!0HaZard View Post
You cannot control SYSFAN 3 in SpeedFan. The 3 fans in SpeedFan are CPUFAN, SYSFAN1 and SYSFAN2. The only way to control more fans is by using splitters. I use a Y-splitter to run two 140 mm's off SYSFAN1 and I've daisy chained 3 fans to the CPUFAN header.
Can you explain how the splitter works? And what do you mean by daisy chained 3 fans to the cpu fan header? This is my first build
post #1163 of 1895
Best way to update the BIOS?
post #1164 of 1895
windows 98se bootdisk and a cd with the flash program and the bios.
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post #1165 of 1895
I have no disc drive.
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Best way to update the BIOS?
1. download this: http://www.zeifart.borec.cz/flashbios.rar
2. plug your USB stick to your computer
3. open HPUSBFW-2.2.3.exe and flash with it your USB stick (fat32, create dos startup disk - here you have to select your "Bootable files" folder) now click on Start
4. when it's finished you can upload your bios file on that USB stick
5. go to bios, select Settings, M-Flash, and now select bios from usb drive or whatever is that option called
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1. download this: http://www.zeifart.borec.cz/flashbios.rar
2. plug your USB stick to your computer
3. open HPUSBFW-2.2.3.exe and flash with it your USB stick (fat32, create dos startup disk - here you have to select your "Bootable files" folder) now click on Start
4. when it's finished you can upload your bios file on that USB stick
5. go to bios, select Settings, M-Flash, and now select bios from usb drive or whatever is that option called
mflash from bios has a much higher failure rate than msi's flash utility found
http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=108079.0
read this guide first http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=116721.0

with this there's a very low fail rate compared to mflash
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mflash from bios has a much higher failure rate than msi's flash utility found
http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=108079.0
read this guide first http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=116721.0

with this there's a very low fail rate compared to mflash
I have not used mflash so can't talk about the failure rate there but I have flashed my mobo multiple times with the MSI flasher utility with no problems.

The only scarey part was when I had started to do it, thunderstorms started and I was so worried that my power was going to go out during flash lol...

and now its starting to thunderstorm again, mybe its a sign ><
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I've used the M-Flash a lot (I lost my USB drive and couldn't boot to the replacement) and there's no problem using it, but the general consensus is that the flashing tool is safer.


*DISCLAIMER* I'm very drunk right now.
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Can you explain how the splitter works? And what do you mean by daisy chained 3 fans to the cpu fan header? This is my first build
Missed this post.
A splitter just splits the wires from a cable or header and allows you to hook 2 or more fans to a single header.

By daisy chain, I mean that my fans come with built in splitters, so I can connect one fan to a header and then I can connect another fan to the first fan.


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I'm using 1.C1 (CPU-Z calls it 1.12B1) and LLC is still always enabled.
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