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if you have a motherboard driver cd try to install from it or else search in the company website of asus to get the driver for the operating system you want .sometimes driver may not installing since you installed the driver which is not supported in that case uninstall any drivers installed for audio and install the recommended driver
Since you didn't spell Mercury correctly I'm going to assume that it was a mistake to place the ' G " in PIG as the only thing I can find that looks like your system is the PI865GVM-L version 3.00 at this Mercury motherboard website http://www.mercury-pc.com/downloads_list.php?productid=425. I have a strong feeling this is what you are looking for but I tried the bios update file as a download and it seems to be inoperative at the time I tried it. Make sure you verify the version of whatever you download is correct and proper for YOUR motherboard, else you might lose some functionality even with very similar boards.