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Hi goodday can you help me with my L7VMM3 V3 Motherboard I accidentally broke some little chip on audio side, my computer still working but everytime Windows start up and load the audio settings its always restart automatic but when I disabled the Audio on BIOS it works my problem is can I still have any audio replacement for this even I disabled the audio on board to BIOS settings...thanks Mark.

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    joecoolvette Nov 10, 2010

    Yes, disable the OnBoard, (Integrated) audio, and use a sound card. Be sure to install the drivers for the sound card first, then power off, unplug, and physically install the sound card. (PCI version) [ Also be sure to observe Anti-Static Precautions ]



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Sorry to say u can't do anything NOW! The missing micro parts are lost forever! Either u could bring it to the manufacturer to put new micro parts and spent a fortune! The only way you could do is, install a SOUND CARD in the PCI slot! That will solve your problem! Taah!

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