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ok so just to let you all know i have fixed all my p5b driver problems for now.
i was lookin at my i/o panel thing and had nay idea what some of the things are.
DONT SAY RTFM cus im an oem n00b, and the asus site is phailing to let me d/l it.

also wtf is anistropic filtering or sumin iunno on css, it goes to liek x16.

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Lern2manual.

But seriously, you can wait on the manual at Asus' site. Although they SHOULD have given you a manual with the mobo.

As to your second question: It's spelled Anisotropic. Lern2spel.

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what are the things in the blue box??

my mobo is OEM >_< so no manual, box, cable, just mubu
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Jesus Christ, this thread is made of fail lol. The "things" in the blue box, pinkish one = printer port, the black one = digital audio port and the yellow one is prolly an audio out. The red one is an external Sata much like how you have USB's, the port is for external devices. Did you get a CD with your mobo? If you did, I'd be willing to bet the manual is on it..

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What version of the P5B do you have?

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just the classic p5b. its OEM so nooooo cd or anything as said thrice
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You didn't actually specify "I don't have the CD either".. But anyways, P5B Deluxe or the P5B Plus or the P5B-E or the P5B-VM SE or the P5B Premium Vista Edition, specific information is a frigging must here dude.

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the p5b its called p5b not deluxe not wifi not e not skype one not anything but p5b

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Ok so it's the P5B-i965, http://scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp...roductID=434330, http://asus.com/products.aspx?l1=3&l2=...amp;modelmenu=1.

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Back Panel:
1 x 10/100/1000 (LAN)
1 x 7.1 Audio I/O
1 x eSATA II
1 x Parallel (LPT)
1 x PS/2 Keyboard
1 x PS/2 Mouse
1 x SPDIF-Out
4 x USB 2.0/1.1




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QUOTE (RaiDer @ Apr 17 2007, 05:40 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Jesus Christ, this thread is made of fail lol.


Oh yeah i died a little inside knowing some people could be so stupid, then just LoLd at it icon_biggrin.gif
QUOTE (RaiDer @ Apr 17 2007, 05:40 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
The "things" in the blue box, pinkish one = printer port, the black one = digital audio port and the yellow one is prolly an audio out.

Yeah the yellow and black ones are both digital audio out or SPDIF (sony philips digital interface), black one is fibre optic and the yellow one is co-ax cable with RCA header.

Have you tried turning it off and on again?
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Are parallel ports really that unknown?

and AA is for making the game look pretty...it is a sampling method.
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QUOTE (Nekid @ Apr 17 2007, 11:03 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Are parallel ports really that unknown?


Well they are pretty obselere, bet people are also forgetting the game port, the serial port, those old keyboard ports and the ISA expension slot.
Interestingly too most people here dont know what a PCI-X looks like (weiman, komet, stabby) but you dont see much of those anywho

Have you tried turning it off and on again?
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QUOTE (7h3 n00b m4573r @ Apr 17 2007, 10:13 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Well they are pretty obselere, bet people are also forgetting the game port, the serial port, those old keyboard ports and the ISA expension slot.
Interestingly too most people here dont know what a PCI-X looks like (weiman, komet, stabby) but you dont see much of those anywho

Common, parallel port is what ya need to poor-man wire a playstation controller so it works with your computer...it was as if my computer was a PSX! (yes yes i know...)

I miss my freaking game port! I also hate not having a serial port (i'm too cheap to buy a USB adapter)...htf am I supposed to program small devices?

ISA slots I remember...PCI-X probably had a computer with it...but don't recall the name.
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QUOTE (Nekid @ Apr 17 2007, 11:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I miss my freaking game port! I also hate not having a serial port (i'm too cheap to buy a USB adapter)...htf am I supposed to program small devices?

I got a USB to serial adapter an nothing to do with it icon_sad.gif
Also have both onboard serial ports

QUOTE (Nekid @ Apr 17 2007, 11:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
ISA slots I remember...PCI-X probably had a computer with it...but don't recall the name.


Meh you may not, its pretty much a server only port.
Also on the note of obscure ports, those chunky floppy connectors for the oldskule 5" drives, SCSI, infrared (got a transmitter for that sittin round somewhere) and 5v PCI (looks like a backwards standard 3v one)

Have you tried turning it off and on again?
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QUOTE (7h3 n00b m4573r @ Apr 17 2007, 10:43 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Meh you may not, its pretty much a server only port.

then yep, definitely never came across it
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Also on the note of obscure ports, those chunky floppy connectors for the oldskule 5" drives, SCSI, infrared (got a transmitter for that sittin round somewhere) and 5v PCI (looks like a backwards standard 3v one)

yep, never have in contact with a scsi before...always wanted, but haven't, got infrared built into my lappy icon_biggrin.gif, maybe, maybe not.
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