Have anybody had this issue before??
Purchased about 2 or 3 of this boards before no issues except the last one, has been loosing the sound, started with the buil-in went off, did a clean install no luck added a 2nd sound card (SB Live) from the stash worked great for about a month, and back to the same issue, 3 sound cards later we purchased an X-FI and decided to pull the board before frying this one, while pulling the board I had installed a Floppy/Media reader conected to USB Headers on MB, when I unpluged I noticed the cables were melted, conection was fine, is the type all the USB wiring is built-in into one conector and only fits one direction. Decided to give one more shot before contacting Foxconn jut the basics, same problem.
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Re: Foxconn K7S741GXMG-6L Sound issues
Maybe the problem isn't in the sound cards or buil-in sound cards, i'm sure it's the speaker your are using, it may have some power leakage or something of that sort...
check your electric "ground" connection too.
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I can't get Foxconn's website to pull up ATM, but I had this sort of issue once before, and felt completely stupid once I figured it out, and this is going to sound strange, but, remove your CPU fan and try to power up. If it does power up, then your CPU Fan is shorting out the system. If that doesn't fix it, then it is possible that your processor is not supported by the motherboard.