|31 Aug 2011||#1|
Computer Can't Find A PCIe Device (UAD 2 Quad PCIe Card)
I have a UAD Quad PCIe card (A card for music making, not a soundcard tho), which my computer can't find.
It has a LED light that indictates that it's getting power from the computer and so on.
Windows 7 32bit Proffesional
Motherboard: Asus M4N68T
CPU: AMD Phenom 3Ghz (4x)
RAM: 4 GB
Graphics: NVidia GeForce 8600 GT
Anything else, just ask!
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|01 Sep 2011||#4|
For me is tapping the delete key on start up to enter "set up". Check with the mobo manufacturer and look at the online manual or the one included with the board if you kept it and it will be in there. It also should tell you what to hit for a real brief time during set up. Once there just look around but don't change anything till you've spent a good long while having a slow and steady look around. Using your arrow keys to move to each section then hitting enter to move into the next section and esc to move back. Once you've looked around see if the card is being shown and if not look for any listing where you can enable/disable your PCI/PCI-e slots and see what that says. Please use good judgement and if you don't know what you are doing just exit without saving changes, or when you find what you want then you can exit saving the changes (always write down on paper what you've done) then if not happy with the change just re-boot and enter bios again and change it back to start over. Slow and steady wins this race !!!!
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