Gud day i'm dionie from the phillipines i've just upgraded my pc to win-xp and the problem arise, the on board sound card is not supported by win-xp..is there somebody who could help me sad to say already lost the mainboard utility cd..the mainboard model is : M7SXD manufactured by biostar with chipset north bridge sis645 and south bridge sis961..my e-mail add is :email@example.com..
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Sounds like you just need to install a driver for the sound card.You didn't mention your Operating System so I will give you this LINK and all you have to do is pick your operating system and then drivers and choose the latest audio driver.
Unfortunately your sound device has been discontinued: http://www.idt.com/?genID=92HD202&source=products_genericPart_92HD202 It seems like it would be good board but you may be out of luck trying to update the sound driver. You could consider an upgrade to a PCIe x 16 graphics card, The Radeon HD cards offer graphics and sound, or a sound card compatible with your system or later. Good luck. Let me know if I can help you with the graphics card. Dave
You might try the Vista drivers if you haven't already. Otherwise you're probably out of luck. All you can do is install a new sound card which is compatible with W7 and disable the on-board sound in the BIOS. This is the same problem many people ran into when XP was coming into use, and they found hardware and software compatibility issues. At some point you just have to upgrade your hardware if you want to use the newest OS, and now might be the time.
first you find the sound chip on *********** board.On your audio chip have a number like cmi98xx.Then find your audio chip number and find the drivers for win.7.If can't find the drivers for win.7 search the drivers for win.xp.Then download the drivers and extract it by using win rar.After that go to device manager and update you audio drivers by using extracted files.
Hi doug810, if your sound is working your mic is most likely working too. It just needs setup. Open control panel. Than open the Sounds and audio devices icon. Click on the Voice tab in the properties window. Click the test hardware button & follow the on-screen prompts. (Win XP systems).
If your drivers are from trusted source just click ok continue when the windows signing for drivers pop up window appear.
Now if you click ok and then the system fails to load and then give you a blue error screen, its caused by either
The hardware or its drivers cause conkflict to the system, because your drivers are not from a source you can trust and they are not in compliance with windows OS features and as a result can not run in a windows OS. So get a fresh copy of the drivers from a trusted source preferably the product manufacturer
The hardware itself is faulty and on installing to XP it causes a conflict in which case you can try the Sound card on a different PC and see if it runs, otherwise you need to replace it.
(Assuming XP has finished loading the OS) Sometimes XP fails to unistall the previous drivers, if this is that case goto the device manager (windows icon >right click > properties >hardware > device manager) select ypur current sound card unistall the driver that is there and then restart your machine and load the new drivers again