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I am building a computer and I am having one little problem.

by spenc938 / August 19, 2006 7:07 AM PDT

These are all the parts.

Power Up Black Gamer ATX Mid-Tower Case
Ultra Black 3.5 Floppy Drive with Built-in 6-in-1 Flash Card Reader
Ultra V-Series 500-Watt ATX 120mm Fan 2024-Pin SATA Ready Power Supply

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Did you
by Darton Fury / August 19, 2006 7:53 AM PDT

install ALL the needed drivers?

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Another Did You...
by Daviddude / August 19, 2006 9:00 AM PDT

I have never built a computer, but have read many motherboard books...and there are jumper settings to change different voltages to different parts...have you done that? If you have, recheck your jumpers, maybe one isn't set right. You could be giving something only 3.2 volts when it needs 5.5 volts.
Good Luck.

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This applies to the drivers.........
by Trance_Zac / August 19, 2006 9:23 AM PDT
In reply to: Another Did You...

Did you - Look in "Device Manager" for "splats" (exclamation points) indicating missing or incorrect drivers??

(as previously suggested under "Did you" check for drivers?)

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I fixed it
by spenc938 / August 19, 2006 1:01 PM PDT

I figured it out a couple minutes after I first posted. Sorry I was going to repost but I was really busy. Thanks anyway.

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