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A7V333 Bios Rev. 1018 Beta 004 Onboard Audio setup not possible. The setup instructions on para. 4.4.3 it is stated; that under Onboard PCI Devices Control. This option is not visible for me. Therefore I am unable to have the choice to enable onboard PCI audio. Is there anyone who can suggest a solution

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Good day Sir, (suggestion only) If the audio driver does not work try to download audio codec.

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KT333 with VT8233A AGPset/266MHz FSB/3 DIMM with DDR333/1 AGP-4X/6 PCI/USB1.1/ATA-133/6CH Audio/ATX
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