ASROCK K7S41 VGA DRIVER DOWNLOAD

Joined Feb Posts 9. If you do have an AGP card installed then take it out the onboard should work fine at least enuff for you to get into the bios. Ive bought exactly the same mboard ASRock K7S41GX today and installed properly into my old system and the problem is that my monitor is not going on with onboard vga card. Was the motherboard new or is it used. Ive also tried it with ram and cpu asrock k7s41gx vga and with different psu. The issue I’m having with it however – is not one I’m sure is a design feature – or something I’m missing – but plugging my USB keyboard in; works before Windows XP loads yeah, not a clean install – I’m getting old and lazy now! Will nut that out this weekend!!!

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Asrock k7s41gx vga advice would be most appreciated! Have you ever been able to get to the bios setup screen? I’m still not entirely clear about what the issues were because of your initial wording. The one board I still have in my possesion is running without issue with a Sempy running at This is still the case following a clean install, and think it can just be put down to something beyond what I was expecting.

If you do have an AGP card installed then take it out the onboard should work fine at least enuff for you to get into the bios. Everything is starting fans, drives but there is no signal to monitor.

Will nut that out this weekend!!! If you can even get a signal to the monitor with a PCI vid card then somethings definetly gone. The asrock k7s41gx vga board I still have in my possesion is running without issue with a Sempy running at How asdock you know its overvolting the vid card.

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Ill return it on saturday. The issue I was having was that firstly the AGP Video card I’m using just isn’t seen on this board – thinking it may have suffered a catastrophic melt down asock some stage – and what I meant be overpowered wasn’t too much power, just that it was not allowing it to be detected.

If you do have an AGP card installed then take it out the onboard should work fine at least enuff for you to get into the bios. If you can even get a signal to the monitor with a PCI vid card then somethings asroock gone. Ive also tried it with ram and cpu only and with different psu.

Joined Mar Posts 4. I had never even ventured towards Asrock asus subsidiary until I worked on one for a friend, kinda liked it, picked up one for myself after that and then started useing them for budget builds cuz the price couldn’t be beat for what ya got I figured. Joined Feb Posts 8, Just wondering if you got this sorted out?

Nothing personal against the board, but after replacing the ram, processor etc I am still having the same issue so the board’s going back – think I’ll run with the ASUS from here on in. I have used my GX with an AGP card but currently use the onboard graphics as the machine is used just for folding but clear the CMOS and see if yo can get into the bios. All times are GMT Mboard is acting normally — asrock k7s41gx vga cpu fan, hdd, cd rom.

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ASRock K7S41GX VGA+USB difficulties

Any advice would be most appreciated! I dont have agp card to try it??

You may end up doing the reformat and reinstall to straighten things up though especially if your migrated from any board with a different chipset etc.

Will nut that out this weekend!!! Was the motherboard new or is it used.

The issue I’m having with it however – is not one I’m sure is a design feature – or something I’m missing – but plugging my USB keyboard in; works before Windows XP loads yeah, not a clean install – I’m getting old and lazy now!

Mboard is acting normally – running cpu fan, hdd, cd rom. l7s41

I used an AGP card in it and you do have to do a bit of fiddling in the bios which is kind of foreign asrpck me being Phoenix but didn’t have any problems with the AGP overvolting thats for sure. How do you know its overvolting the vid card.

Ive tried agp and pci graphic cards and there is no answer as well. Just wondering if you got this sorted out? What kind of vid card is it by the way make and model etc? Not sure what you mena by “board and screen only” but its sure sounds doubtful.