Question about MSI K7N2 Delta-ILSR (MS-6570-030) Motherboard
I have downloaded the AC97 driver and install it but the problem is the same. Help me please
Hello Damaco, let’s check in side of windows. Bare with me on this. (For you, some of this may be a repeat of checks).
Click the start button & slide up to & left click on control panel.
It should open. Double left click on the icon, Sound and audio devices. Click on the Audio tab. Listed under default device should be the name of you're sound device. Now click on the Voice tab, again under default device should read the same device. If not than you're sound driver software did not install correctly. (Not you're fault!). Close the sound window. Next double left click the System icon. System Properties window will open. Click the hardware tab, than click the device manager button. Scroll down to Sound, video and game controller. You should see a yellow ! point or an X, which means no software has been installed or you're sound controller is bad. You're MSI board uses a bundled set of software which install more than just you're audio software & driver.
MSI's web site link is listed below. (Click on the link).
You're MSI board uses Realtek ALC650 6-channel audio.
Realtek's home page does not hold drivers for you're ACL650.
Go to, (NVIDIA nForce2 System Drivers for MCP2 of SB).
Please create a folder on you're desktop & give the folder a name, like (Driver NVIDIA nForce2).
Download the software for you're current operating system & save it in that folder. You will have to uncompress the .zip file.
This download is more than just the audio software. (You should be able to install all without a problem).
This nForce Win2K/XP driver package contains the below components:......
Audio driver 4.08 (WHQL)
Audio utilities 4.08
Ethernet driver 3.13 (WHQL)
GART driver 3.34 (WHQL)
Memory controller driver 3.38 (WHQL)
SMBus driver - (Known as chipset drivers) 3.38 (WHQL)
IDE In-the-box 2.70
If during install you receive a screen where you can uncheck drivers that will be installed, do so. Uncheck Ethernet driver, memory driver, SMBus driver & IDE driver.
Since most of the drivers above are all ready installed. It should not hurt you're OS re-installing all the drivers. If this download & install fails to give you sound, than you're intergrated onboard Realtek ALC650 6-channel audio controller is defective. You can disable it from within you're bios & buy a PCI sound card.
Suggested PCI sound card. Any of these will work for you.
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Posted on May 07, 2008
OK here is the deal.
you have a ALlC650 realtek soundchip on this motherboard.
Fortunatelu MSI who makes these boards have an awesome support center.
Follow this link and click on support. Then goto latest driver download and let it search for your missing drivers.
This should help.
Otherwise you will have to google the codecs for realtek ALC650
you will find them in a lot of places.
Good luck with this
Posted on May 07, 2008
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