Question about EPoX EP-8K9A Motherboard
With regards to the internet, thats likely the connection, but Virgin should be able to give you an exchange test account to verify whether it's at your end or theirs. The only thing I can think of for you to try is, boot into your computers BIOS and ensure the onboard audio is NOT disabled. Then; 1. Load the motherboard CD 2. See if you can locate the audio drivers 3. Launch the installer Or 1. Boot into safe mode 2. Launch the setup from the download URL I last gave you for the drivers If neither of those work, I'd be inclined to think you've got a problem with the onboard audio, in which case, I'd suggest trying an external card.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
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