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PC Chips M863G Audio 1 Jumper Settings

I have recently installed this motherboard and I removed the jumpers off the Audio 1 pins and I can not for the life of me remember how they were set.

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    well my problem is i keep getting this generic host problem and also my mozilla keeps shuting down and everything else when the generic host comes up it give me 1 minute till it shuts itself down


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Those are the two that should be set.

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Bueno Tambien e tenido el prioblema con esta placa y alfin logre solucionar.
cierto es que en la pag oficial de pcchips solo existe el driver de sonido para windows 98/me/NT, mas no sirve diske el driver para WindowsXP.
Despues de Mucho Intentar k esta placa Me Diera el Sonido ;Instalando Varios Drivers De la Serie AC97 y Revisar el Chipset e Incluso la Flashear Para Ver Si al Actualizar la BIOS se Solucionaba el Problema del Driver
Bueno Aqui La Solucion:
Primero Bajas el Driver de la Pag Oficial:
http://www.pcchips.com.tw/PCCWebSite/Downloads/ProductsDetail_Download.aspx?detailid=366&DetailName=Driver&DetailDesc=&CategoryID=1&MenuID=3&LanID=0
Al Instarlo Dara Siempre el El Maldito ERROR de k no se pudo instalñar el Driver y Sale con Un Signo de Admiracion.
Luego Bajas este Otro Driver y lo Instalas :
http://www.4shared.com/file/68589949/abae1642/WDM_A406.html
Con Esto Ya Debe de Funcionar Correctamente el Sonido
Bueno es Todo Me Despido y Ojalas Sirva esta Solucion para Todos a los k haya Caido esta placa a sus manos, y Una Llamada de Atencion a los Fabricantes de PCCHIPS Por NO Hacer Un Driver Para WindowsXP Para Esta Motherboard.

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