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Try installing the latest audio driver from the Intel WEB site.
You can download the motherboarddevice drivers from Intel WEB site. Select your model motherboard/device, andmake sure you select the Windows XP or Vista version of the drivers that
matches your Windows operating system.
Please click on this link andselect your model motherboard : -
ok.your pc is heating that is your processor is heating.......for which it is restarting......ok : you first remove fan attached on the motherboard...then apply the paste you can use your toothpaste and then again install that fan the problam of restarting will definately solve........
it been seem that you are not clear with facts to help you in proper way.
anyway i try to explain you general way.
first a internal tv card have two sound conectors, one in one out.
you must take with apropriate cable sound from output conector in your tv tuner card and the other extreme put it in line in (blue) conector in your Mb system sound card(there are last three one green one red and one blue ). now you have maket this go to program that control sound card and choose the right entry for you line in (blue conector). after that if sound isnt comming you must go to the tv settings to put the right output for your sound, and specify even is in rear or front side (in your case in rear side).prove this steps and write me back again is that helpful, or part of it so i can help you again from point you failed .
If the sound drivers are shown over there in the machine then the issue might be in the h?W.
First install the UAA driver from downloading it from Microsoft.com then install the sound driver issue should be resolved.
The Goal3+ v 1.1c has an onboard audio chipset: ADI AD1888 installed directly on it. The chips, and 3 small color coded jacks should already be installed on the leading edge of the board which will eventually poke thru the i/o plate when the board is in place. When you are finished with your build, simply plug some speakers into the appropriate jack in the back, and install the relevant motherboard drivers which are included on your software disk. If you have no disk, sound drivers can be downloaded from microsoft, or your board manufacturer support site.