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HD Audio Hardware

I have a PC Intel 945 motherboard, duel core processor windows XP SP2 installed. PC could not recognise onboard audio hardware. motherboad Disk included with Sigmatel audio drivers & KB835221 pach I also tried KB888111 pach. Is there any experts help to solve this problem?

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  • Ganesh Hegde Aug 12, 2007

    Hi Benimur
    This is the report generated by 'Intel Chipset Indentification Utility'
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    Detected Chipset:
    Intel(R) 945 Express Chipset family

    Chipset Components

    Memory Controller:
    82945G/GZ

    I/O Controller:
    Intel(R) 82801GB/GR I/O controller hub (ICH7/ICH7R) SATA Controller found in IDE mode

  • Ganesh Hegde Aug 12, 2007

    Hi Benimur
    This is the report generated by 'Intel Chipset Indentification Utility'
    -----
    Detected Chipset:
    Intel(R) 945 Express Chipset family

    Chipset Components

    Memory Controller:
    82945G/GZ

    I/O Controller:
    Intel(R) 82801GB/GR I/O controller hub (ICH7/ICH7R) SATA Controller found in IDE mode

  • Ganesh Hegde Aug 12, 2007

    Hi Benimur

    The Number printed on motherboard is

    Intel Desktop board
    D945GNT

  • Ganesh Hegde Aug 13, 2007

    1. it is intel High Definition motherboard. and uses Sigmatel Audio Driver.
    2. front panal and back panal audio are enabled at BIOS level
    3. 6 channel
    4. winxp sp2 is compatible with mb Disc

    5. Actually Audio Drivers supplied with MD Disc.
    But at device manager-Sound, video and game controllers section will not come. and all other drivers(except audio) installed successfully.
    The patch file from microsoft corporation - KB835221.exe is supplied in the cd in order to enable Sound hardware. I also tried patch file from local service person - KB888111.exe - this file works for some Laptop PCs with some Intels make motherboard.

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Hi, To be able to help you on what audio driver to install, pls specify brand, model and version of your motherboard. If not printed on the MB itself, maybe you can check the info on POST or visually check the audio chipset on the mobo. Pls post back the info/details. Kind regards.

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    Louie Role Aug 12, 2007

    Hi again,
    The data you posted "Intel(R) 945 Express Chipset family" is being used by several motherboard manufacturers like ECS, MSI, Intel themselves, ASUS. What we need to determine is the motherboard manufacturer, the motherboard model number and its version. Like in the case of the 945 chipset, it is being used by Intel D945PLNML/GNTL/GCCRL, ECS945GZTML/P-AL/G-M3L, MSI 945GCM5F, Asus P5L-MX and others. Each one although using the 945 chipset can and may use a different sound chipset therefore would require a different driver.
    Perhaps to assist you in determining the correct model of the motherboard, you can follow these steps:
    1. Upon powerup of your PC right after the Video card specs and while the memory is being counted, press Pause/Break on your keyboard; your display near the top will show the model number of your motherboard plus its bios version. There will be a lot of other information available but we only need the mb model number, better still at the bottom of your display, there will be a series of numbers and letters, this will also indicate the mb model number.
    Soon as you have these information, pls post back then we can start figuring out what drivers you need.
    I would also appreciate if you would remove the "thanks for trying rating" since I have not done anything other than to ask you for additional information about your concern.

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    Louie Role Aug 13, 2007

    Hi ghegde,
    Based on your posted motherboard model Intel Desktop board D945GNT, there are a couple of things you can check and do:
    1. Verify your audio if it is either AC'97 or Intel® High Definition (HD). MB before 2004 are often AC'97 and after 2004 are HD;
    2. Verify the settings of the audio at BIOS level;
    3. Verify what settings you have, 2, 6 or 8 Channel;
    4. Verify compatibility with your OS, for example your i945 CD installer will not work with Win2K; and/or
    5. Determine which output you will use, the front panel or the std/rear.
    Incidentally, this is a known issue with Intel MBs from D845 series to DQ965. Intel has posted a rather lengthy Audio Troubleshooting Guide @http://support.intel.com/support/motherb...
    There is even a part on how to install a 3rd party add-in audio card, you can draw your own conclusions from that.
    For added info, updated drivers are @http://downloadcenter.intel.com/filter_r...*+XP+Professional&lang=eng&strOSs=44&submit=Go%21
    The troubleshooting guide would be a more comprehensive source of suggestion, instruction and information.
    If all else fails, you may want to consider installing a 3rd party add-in audio card and disable onboard audio.
    Good luck and may I expect your objectivity and fairness towards this session.

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