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I installed Windows 7 on my Intel DQ965 motherboard. Audio output seems to work fairly well but the line in and the microphone jack are unable to detect audio input. I've tried installing the Windows XP drivers that came with the motherboard installer, the microphone and line in inputs are there but this process scrambles the audio output. I can't get both the audio input and output to work well and I can't find Sigmatel drivers for Windows 7 anywhere.

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