[plug] Sound hardware

Tomasz Grzegurzko tomasz_g at arach.net.au
Tue Dec 20 08:38:35 WST 2005

If you have any jumpers on the motherboard, it may be worth looking in to also.
I've had a few bioses have the option to disable onboard sound in the bios but
it also had a dipswitch to the same effect...


Quoting "Senectus ." <senectus at gmail.com>:

> On 12/20/05, WolfBite <wolfbite_aus at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > 2 other options then
> >
> > 1 sometimes the conflict is because of the card slot you insert it into
> > (have had weird ones befor, trying to diag a card problem, tried
> everything,
> > swap slot, worked)
> > have had that happen more than once
> Cant be that cause there is only 2 PCI slots on this little board, and
> I tried them both :-P
> > 2 do a bios defult reset (you said it did work once befor)
> > then just adjust back (usually only a problem if your overclocking and
> > change LOTS of settings :)
> I'll do that tonight, I didn't make bugger all settings changed from
> the unpacking to the install but it's worth a try anyhow.
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