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i dont at all think that it is a problem. If windows 7 is not detecting your built-in via 1708s sound card then try installing the latest drivers from the gigabyte website or the via official website. If that doesn't work then try installing an add-on sound card that you can buy from anywhere.
Simple, look for some kind of reference to model name physically printed on main board, ie "GA-XX1239". Go to gigabyte's site, search via board model number, download audio, video, chipset drivers etc for relevant OS. Normally there's a pic of board so you have a visual comparison.