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Please help I downloaded the drivers as well as the BIOS from the Intel website--I assumed that they self extracted. I enabled the on board audio, rebooted without any audio now. How do I know that my new bios is in effect? new drivers?

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    Anne Glaser Mar 30, 2008

    What is south bridge?

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Run everest home it will show under the bios tab the bios version etc.

Check on south bridge to see if the codec is sigma tel if it is download sigma tel audio from that link I gave you

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  • Mark Williams
    Mark Williams Mar 30, 2008

    When you run everest home
    click on the + sign by the motherboard in left column
    click on chip set in left column under motherboard
    click on south bridge in main right column
    when the south bridge chip set is clicked on then the south bridge or better known as AUDIO CHIP SET AND AUDIO CONTROLER
    are displayed

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