This motherboard has almost everything a person needs, except perhaps a Port 80 card which would have been a nice added touch. I’m going to disable audio in the Bios and see if that allows the USB key to function. I get sound, the Windows Login Sound! I followed the instructions on the forum: To further complicate my problem the has HD onboard, which makes a second instance of Microsoft UAA HD Audio driver in the device manager, and also tries to find drivers for bits of it’s audio hardware. AMDloyal on April,
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MSI K9A2 Platinum – motherboard – ATX – Socket AM2+ – AMD 790FX Series
I started by trying the audio drivers included with the board, but they would not complete the install. I followed the instructions on the forum: As for the audio.
Just tested the USB key in my laptop and it’s perfect. These are the same type of capacitors mostly found on videocards, and being a solid device they don’t leak or burst years down the road. There’s an interesting back story behind the wide adoption of polymer capacitors on higher end motherboards, if you have time read this PCSTATS article It’s actually a rather complicated story revolving around industry plwtinum A clever solution for sure, and one that most motherboard manufacturers have embraced as a quiet way of managing the heat from chipsets.
I’ve worked through both of those suggestions but haven’t gotten anywhere. I’ve tried updating drivers manually like was explained in the first link, but when the update is complete I get the messages lile: I removed the optional USB and Bracket and connectors.
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We’ll leave the Core 2 Duo vs. I’m probably going to do another clean install and see if I have better luck. Please be a driver issue There were exactly i9a2 standoffs and I use all of them. My USB key has worked in at least 10 systems on first try, no drivers needed.
Realtek driver looks to paltinum properly installed, you should have sound. I’m going to disable audio in the Bios and see if that allows the USB key to function.
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I have tried front and rear USB ports. I have no sound. I’ve made a clean run through 3dmark06 so i feel good about them. This is after realtek drivers have been installed: A pair of heatpipes snake their way through the components on the K9A2 Platinum, connecting the Northbridge heatsink to a large thin fin copper heatsink mounted to the processor power supply MOSFETs.
For plarinum who comes across this thread in the future my process was: Could these be related?
Remove devices with yellow mark and reboot. Chipset fans have a bad habit of failing over time, or becoming hopelessly clogged with dust. The big difference was having the latest drivers archived on a secondary pltainum ready to be installed. A few times I have been able to get the drivers to install without the “error code ” message, but that doesn’t give me sound.
This time around everything went like clockwork. Phenom argument for another article like this.
The two AMD chipsets generate a moderate amount of heat, but this totally silent thermal solution is better than using a bunch of little noisy fans. I have run into another problem that may be related.