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Soyo dragon dip switch settings

Hey im not the brightest crown in the box, but i built a computer and im having a few problems. i had my comp running fine but someone tried to put in a modem and screwed it all up. i cant remember where i had the dip switches set and he changed them. now my sound card doesn't work. it is on pci-1. can u help?

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  • danstolts May 30, 2008

    Computer won't boot. No display on screen. It was working but just quit. Power supply is fine. Unable to pull-up the bias display. The display and display board is ok on another computer. I suspect the MP. Dip switch has same setting as before the problem existed.

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Http://www.soyo.com/uploads/downloads/manuals/k7/mk7vkp2%2011.pdf

here is the pdf with your user manual from the board.
the pci indeed is the slot for the modem and for the sound card,also.
the pci are slots near the agp slot..shorter than the agp.they are equivalent so you can put the modem and the sound card and to interchange the place if you want.
I think youll find more usefull infos in the manual anyway.
good luck


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