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Problem is no sound on M825g motherboard (on-board sound or added sound card). In both cases Windows says device working, no irq conflicts, etc. Seems answer may be re-flash bios. My board says version 9.2c I only see bios download for V9.2a. Will it work on V 9.2c?

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The M825G uses the KM266 Pro and , if the BIOS is correct, auto detect the CPU and its speed. That BIOS has a built-in OC utility, and that is why the jumpers are disabled.

The odds are you have an incompatible core. Just because the CPU fits the socket, doesn't mean it can work with the MB/chipset.

Check this link for that MB just to make sure.

http://www.cpu-upgrade.com/mb-PC_CHIPS/M825G(v9.2a).html

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no 9.2c is newer then yours. So your sound card isn't working, do you know name and model of sound card to make sure have right drivers installed for it?

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COM1 and COM2 refer to a computer's communications, or serial, ports. COM1 ports are often used on older PCs to connect network devices, digital cameras and mice. Faulty drivers software that enables the hardware to communicate with the operating system or incorrect hardware configuration can influence COM1 behavior. In rare cases, the expansion card that adds the serial ports to the PC can fail, rendering both COM1 and COM2 ports useless. To repair a COM1 port, you must determine what is preventing the port from working before attempting a solution.

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I installed the magic jack since this time no other sound device is working except skypke and the magic jac


What it sounds like is a very rare (these days) occurance of an IRQ conflict. This is called an Interupt Request. An interrupt request is a service in the operating system which dedicates resources to devices. Obviously, Magic Jack has swiped an IRQ for itself (which is probably in conflict with your sound device). This kind of thing was very common in Windows 98, but XP and above pretty much fixed IRQ conflicts...however, they can occur if a device is a real resource hog.
There is a fix for this problem.

First of all, if you have XP, go into Accessories, System Tools, System Information.Click on the Hardware Resources. Then, Click on IRQ. Note the IRQ being used my Magic Jack and the IRQ being used by the sound device. Write down the IRQ number for each. I am betting both devices are on the same IRQ. Note, in XP, you will have IRQ 0 thru 23. Do NOT disturb IRQ's 0 thru 10! Leave these alone. Now, take note and see if there is an IRQ that is SKIPPED. Or there is an IRQ that is FREE (not being used). Write this down.

Now what you want to do, is you want to re-assign your sound device to a different IRQ. In order to do this, see this article:

http://www.helpwithpcs.com/upgrading/cha...

After resetting the IRQ's involved, reboot the computer for the changes to take effect. If the IRQ's you set do not result in a conflict resolution, try a different IRQ. It may take a couple of two or three times, before the operating system accepts your choices.

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no 9.2c is newer then yours. So your sound card isn't working, do you know name and model of sound card to make sure have right drivers installed for it?

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hi iasmeer,

-to just boot up without any sound device,
remove any soundcards from the PCI- slots, disable the onboard sound device in the BIOS!
It looks like you are facing IRQ conflicts, your computer cannot handle all the hardware devices installed.
to solve this,
in BIOS set IRQ management so that the BIOS handles the PCI devices(set everything to auto),
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Restart and by chance everthing isO.K. by now.

if not, please come back with more information on the sound device(onboard or not) and the winversion, so we perhaps can find you the appropriate driver(if you don't have it on the CD you purchased together with the mainboard..?)

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