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New build, LOTS OF PROBLEMS(GOD HELP ME)

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Well first of all the motherboard doesnt pick up any internet doesnt matter if its wired or not like wtf? Then it has found my gpu but it's not being used? I have the drivers so? 

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Just some wise words....
.... don't ask people to dig through your profile for hardware specs, when you are asking for help.

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1 minute ago, vagike said:

Just some wise words....
.... don't ask people to dig through your profile for hardware specs, when you are asking for help.

Okay, sorry.

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It has to be picking up your GPU if you are getting video. AMD doesn't have integrated graphics.

  • Have you installed Nvidia's drivers?
  • Did you install the drivers for the motherboard?

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I like big butts and I cannot lie..... sorry I'm in a good mood, couldn't help myself.

 

But hey OP, you haven't provided much info on your problem. Also it's all in german. I'm guessing most users here don't speak german :( 

 

Have you tried checking all your BIOS settings by going through the user manual? easy to forget silly things.

 

Then try a fresh clean install and slowly install drivers and test your system.

 

Make sure you have all drivers from the manufacturers site for your models of hardware. Carefully go through them making sure you have what you need.

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Just now, AdvancedKittyWarfer said:

Okay, sorry.

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If you are trying to connect via ethernet/LAN, and not getting any connectivity, I'm assuming you'll need to install drivers.
If the drivers are installed, you have a bad network cable.
Same applies for WiFi

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2 minutes ago, dizmo said:

It has to be picking up your GPU if you are getting video. AMD doesn't have integrated graphics.

  • Have you installed Nvidia's drivers?
  • Did you install the drivers for the motherboard?

Yeah without internet I cant get drivers but fixing it on my laptop and it kinda picks the gpu up but like it wallpaper engine started runing on the cpu and I was like "Ehm... Thats not it works"

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1 minute ago, grangervoldemort said:

I like big butts and I cannot lie..... sorry I'm in a good mood, couldn't help myself.

 

But hey OP, you haven't provided much info on your problem. Also it's all in german. I'm guessing most users here don't speak german :( 

 

Have you tried checking all your BIOS settings by going through the user manual? easy to forget silly things.

 

Then try a fresh clean install and slowly install drivers and test you system.

(Its in Swedish) Im trying to get the drivers for the mobo on my laptop coz I dunno what else it actually could be?

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2 minutes ago, AdvancedKittyWarfer said:

Yeah without internet I cant get drivers but fixing it on my laptop and it kinda picks the gpu up but like it wallpaper engine started runing on the cpu and I was like "Ehm... Thats not it works"

it's not surprising that you'll need to download drivers to a USB, to then use on this new computer.
Just grab all the network driver for the motherboard, and put them on a USB.

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1 minute ago, AdvancedKittyWarfer said:

Yeah without internet I cant get drivers but fixing it on my laptop and it kinda picks the gpu up but like it wallpaper engine started runing on the cpu and I was like "Ehm... Thats not it works"

You either need to download the drivers else where or use the CD's that came with it. There's really no other way.

You need the drivers for the PC to work.

I have no idea what a wallpaper engine is. Video is only going to come from the GPU.

 

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4 minutes ago, AdvancedKittyWarfer said:

(Its in Swedish) Im trying to get the drivers for the mobo on my laptop coz I dunno what else it actually could be?

Chill. That's the first step. 

 

Make sure all your hardware has power and is seated correctly. 

 

Go through BIOS.

 

Get all the latest drivers and if you want utilities. 

 

Clean install Win 10, noting any abnormalities if any with driver installs. 

 

Great you have a laptop to download the drivers. Make a folder called drivers. Make sure you stay logical and organised.

 

Step by step we will solve your issues. 

 

Make sure you download the latest Windows 10 install using the media creation tool.

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1 minute ago, vagike said:

it's not surprising that you'll need to download drivers to a USB, to then use on this new computer.
Just grab all the network driver for the motherboard, and put them on a USB.

Yeah I never had to do that on my first build so this was new to me? Like ethernet worked on my last pc out the box so?

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3 minutes ago, AdvancedKittyWarfer said:

Yeah I never had to do that on my first build so this was new to me? Like ethernet worked on my last pc out the box so?

You are relying on the Windows installation to have a supported driver.
I can only assume the Windows 10 incremental build (brand new or old) you installed doesn't have a supported network driver.

 

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Check Bios Number . Should be --> 0901

 

Asus web site as all the drivers you need for the MB

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11 minutes ago, grangervoldemort said:

I like big butts and I cannot lie..... sorry I'm in a good mood, couldn't help myself.

 

But hey OP, you haven't provided much info on your problem. Also it's all in german. I'm guessing most users here don't speak german :( 

 

Have you tried checking all your BIOS settings by going through the user manual? easy to forget silly things.

 

Then try a fresh clean install and slowly install drivers and test your system.

 

Make sure you have all drivers from the manufacturers site for your models of hardware. Carefully go through them making sure you have what you need.

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I don't understand, don't the mobo's usually provide a CD with drivers and all that like MSI?

 

Without the internet you can't update GPU so, I think you need to first get network drivers and update GPU drivers through GeForce experience. I tried playing a game without updating my drivers and it was horrible.

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6 minutes ago, Zmax said:

Check Bios Number . Should be --> 0901

 

Asus web site as all the drivers you need for the MB

Yeah got the bios but apparently its only the damn drivers well I havent fixed the gpu problem yet...

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Just now, AdvancedKittyWarfer said:

Yeah got the bios but apparently its only the damn drivers well I havent fixed the gpu problem yet...

once you have internet, install new drivers from nvidia. It has to be working to some extent if you're getting any kind of output displayed to your monitor

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1 minute ago, AdvancedKittyWarfer said:

Yeah got the bios but apparently its only the damn drivers well I havent fixed the gpu problem yet...

You'll still need to install the NVIDIA Geforce Drivers

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You are on the right path.

Best of Luck

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11 minutes ago, vagike said:

You are on the right path.

Best of Luck

Just got my first crash trying out some amd software I got?

 

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5 minutes ago, AdvancedKittyWarfer said:

some amd software

Elaborate? Which software

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The "No Internet" your talking about is the WiFi Adapter. My motherboard doesnt have onboard WiFi, so I had to buy a seperate adapter.

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9 hours ago, 6thOntheLeft said:

The "No Internet" your talking about is the WiFi Adapter. My motherboard doesnt have onboard WiFi, so I had to buy a seperate adapter.

Ethernet didn't work either. But I've fixed everything now nd some asus software the drivers installed is kinda klunky

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