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Well, This is the last piece of solution I can give you, in case you already knew it, please ignore.
Your motherboard has a 6-channel non-HD audio, consequently you might have probably downloaded drivers meant for 2 or 4 channel or HD ones.
The appropriate driver for your motherboard is Realtek ALC650 you can download it here: http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/NETWORK-CARD/REALTEK/ALC650-v349-02092003-Win-98-ME-2k-XP.shtml Since it is just 6MB , I suggest you give it a try as a last option. Hope it help !
If the drive jumpers are set right, the motherboard bios should see the drive fine. This Motherboard can see drives that large. Sometimes if the drive is in bios, but the operating system can't then it's an software issue. What version of windows or Linux are you running?