Question about Edirol UA-4FX External Sound System
I put up P II 333Mhz of some parts given to me by a friend. I think Mboard
is with BX chipset, and I bought some 256 SDRAM and an audio card with Opti 82c931 chip ( all of this parts were secondhand ) ,and made myself dual-
boot with W98 on C and XP on D partition. Also found drivers for audio card for
W98 on internet ( and it`s working fine ) but all the drivers I`ve tried for XP wo-
n`t produce anything but some hushed noise, and XP refuses to "see" the ca-
rd as mounted hardware. Card is in ISA slot, could that be the reason? Is the-
re any solution or workaround to this or should I simply throw in few more bu- cks and buy me some PCI audio card?
Xp can cattier for some isa and eisa slots
but quite a long shot for the driver to be honest
price and time wise it would be best to get a new or even second hand pci card
sorry i cant help you any further on this but its the best option
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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2.look at the cards in the slots to see if you can find anything thatlooks like it might be the brand, a model number - if you see that,tell us what you found. You may have to remove the cards to examinethem properly
3. look at the labelling on the largest chips on the mboard.
If you see VIA - go here - choose Chipset or Platform Drivers:
If you see Intel,
go here and download the utility to identify your chipset:
Once you have identified the chipset, go back to that same web page, and click on the link to drivers for your chipset.
Usuallyyou need to get at least the latest INF Update utility, and the latestApplication Accelerator. If your Intel chipset has integrated (onboard)video, video drivers will be listed - in that case also get the latestvideo drivers.
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