ASROCK G41MHUSB3 R2.0 OC DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS 7
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|Supported systems:||Windows 2008, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7/8/10|
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ASROCK G41MHUSB3 R2.0 OC DRIVER
Asrock G41MH/USB3 R2.0 Intel G41 LGA 775 (Socket T) Micro ATX motherboard
Everything worked perfectly, but when I powered the motherboard with Corsair CX V2 the sudden shutdowns during use and the OS Windows all inability to power down the computer are both here. Same failures with various Linux live CD. I Asrock G41MHUSB3 R2.0 OC it might be the Montezuma's revenge.
The PSU is sending the "Power good" to the motherboard, where it is received by the processor timer chip that controls the CPU reset line, if this signal Asrock G41MHUSB3 R2.0 OC down during use, the CPU will shut down. This explains the sudden shutdowns and subsequent re-boots.
Instead of using a physical switch, the Asrock G41MHUSB3 R2.0 OC are power down by a signal from the motherboard telling the PSU what to do. In turn, the motherboard can be told to change this signal under software control. This is what allows OS to power down the PC. This explains the all OS inability to power down the computer.
Oc Tweaker Screen - Asrock G41MH/USB3 R User Manual [Page 31]
So ASRock and Corsair share the incompatibility responsibility. On the web I found others who have had the same problems with this Corsair PSU with different motherboards.
Note the occurrence of these problems of stability or shutdown irrespective of OS is the true test of incompatibility with the PSU, likewise to anybody must come to mind to resolve this issue by installing the bios updates which I said just above. So I extracted the module 10, i. In practice there is nothing difficult, though I recommend Asrock G41MHUSB3 R2.0 OC flash firmware by Dos using a floppy drive because the full functionality of USB ports may be compromised.
At this link you can find the drivers you need: Unzip this file, inside the folder FW you will find: CFG, xfwdl. Make a DOS bootable floppy disk, then copy to floppy thus obtained the FW folder contents and check the motherboard Bios the floppy is set as 1st boot drive.
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Once Asrock G41MHUSB3 R2.0 OC start the computer from Dos, the syntax prompt is very simple: In any case make the flashing. To the most careful you will not be escaped that to the link Driver station brings further download, do not attract the last firmware Version believing to do better because it is more up to date, the motherboard would only be brought under the same conditions of ACPI issue.
A brief reference to drivers, it seems that the version 1. In "safe mode" or from a Linux live CD find and delete all the following files: Delete from the Programs Asmedia folder.
Clean then the Asrock G41MHUSB3 R2.0 OC with CCleaner or Wise registry cleanear. For the more experienced you can also do a search for "Asmedia" and "asm" opening regedit. So I extracted the module 10, i. In practice there is nothing difficult, though I recommend to flash firmware by Dos using a floppy drive because the full functionality of USB ports may be compromised.
At this link you can find the drivers you need: Unzip this file, inside the folder FW you will find: CFG, xfwdl. Intel® Graphics Asrock G41MHUSB3 R2.0 OC Accelerator X, DirectX 10, Pixel Shader 2 x USB Gen1 ts ASRock XFast RAM, XFast LAN, XFast USB Technologies. Supports Dual Channel DDR3 (OC)Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X, DirectX 10, Pixel Shader Supports ASRock XFast RAM, XFast LAN, XFast USB Technologies.
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