Question about Intel Motherboard
Make sure you have the right driver.
If you have a OEM Intel board, you should be able to go to:
And locate the board by model number.
That should tell you what Audio chip set it's using.
Might have audio drivers there too.
Or a simple solution is to just disable built in audio from the BIOS screen and use a cheap external sound card.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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