If you do decide to go down the different motherboard path, you may want to get the supplier to test one out with your system first. I have also updated my bios. When I try to update the driver in Device Manager, it says I have an up to date driver installed. I’ve encountered this sort of problem before with using both a network bootable NIC, a fancy graphics card and a RAID card all in the same PC and I found I had to replace the NICs boot footprint with a smaller one by flashing a special less complex firmware package onto it in order for it to work as expected. This content has been marked as final. The Sparkle card cannot start either: I try to keep the start up as lean as possible, but there may be room for some more triming.
|Date Added:||10 December 2011|
|File Size:||54.43 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Loading your existing OS with a new motherboard should be OK but intel dh55tc pci serial port it’s an OEM version of Windows it may refuse to activate, in which case you’ll need to liaise with Microsoft explaining what dh55yc done to obtain a new code. When I try to update the pck in Device Manager, it says I have an up to date driver installed. If you set up a PC to have many devices using that boot memory, sometimes there just isn’t enough left and as a consequence some things may not function as expected.
Once again you have given me a very solid reply and much food for thought, and I thank you. I have very carefully gone through all the drivers I can find on the Intel download setial for my board DH55HC and seem to have all the latest installed. I have also intel dh55tc pci serial port my bios.
Intel® Desktop Board DH55TC
Slot juggling is out, as the graphics card is fat and therefore covers a slot as well as uses one, intel dh55tc pci serial port I have a sata card in the third PCI slot.
This is a computer translation of the original content. This content has been marked as final. You can not post a blank message. Would I be able to load my OS to a new board, or just get myself into more trouble?
Downloads for Intel® Desktop Board DH55TC
I have also searched Intel’s site without success. It’s not a matter of robustness as to whether this problem crops up and at the time I was experiencing the issue, swapping to another motherboard would have made little difference.
Go to original ppci. It is provided intel dh55tc pci serial port general information only and should not be relied upon as complete or accurate. Well, I thought I had overcome the problem with reloading the Intel board drivers, but I guess I only shifted it. I am very happy with the overall performance of this board, but still have this persistant problem.
You may have to do a bit of trial and error card juggling around into different slots if you have the option to see if that gets things working. Please enter a title. I will check out the BIOS default values as you suggest. Have you reset the BIOS to load default values and made sure nothing is ‘forced’ in terms of configuration?
Please type your message and try again. Perhaps I am missing the obvious, but this is a serious problem with this board, and I would very much appreciate some advice. I carefully worked through intel dh55tc pci serial port the relevant drivers on the Intel site, and now have those slots working away as they should.
I try to keep the start up as lean as possible, but there may be room for some more triming. If you do decide to go down the different motherboard path, you may want to get the supplier to test one out with your system first.