Try uploading Bios 1. As an user of another ASRock Via based mobo, try the following: OBS Studio screen recording and streaming guid Update Via drivers www. I have to be an ass now, I cannot resist.

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Any other suggestions to try? All I can say is good luck!

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Yeah it has some drivers but not the ones I want, it has things like “legacy audio driver” but still “no sound device” when you go to the audio setup in control panel, etc. I’ve never ran into that problem. This is only the first of many problems you can expect to have.

The time now is Contact Us VideoHelp Top. I called them and the tech told me to take out the motherboard and test because there could be an “out of place” brass fastener for the mobo that is touching the board underneath Is it pretty fool proof?



All else is fine. Results 1 to 21 of Using VIA is playing with fire. All times are GMT The system is working quite well with the exception of the sound though.

It’s working ok though. Man, I don’t want to take this thing apart.

ASRock web page does not say much about this. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our 775duall. How to apply color correction using the Gradie Try reinstalling Audio drivers.

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Hi, I just noticed that ASRock has a new firmware 1. And do you mean the ‘Sound, video and game controllers’ has no audio drivers of any kind?

Cambridge Audio Azur D. I enabled the onboard sound in the bios, installed the latest driver from realtek. I have to xudio an ass now, I cannot resist. I sure did, thanks for the suggestion though.

I think version 1. If you are only using the ones from Realtek’s site, ASRock may be different. I went ahead and put that old PCI soundcard in, it’s not 7. The only issues are 2 DIMM slots and the need to disable onboard video.


Any money you saved on the cheaper board will be made up for in time trying to make the damned thing work correctly. So I think this is a good one to do. I’m confused as to why you chose the VIA board. You are using XP SP2, right? This firmware may help you with the audio problem. Or are just the Realtek drivers missing?