I am usling a VIA lan adaptor 823x wich is attached directly to the motherboard(pm800-m2) it is not being detected by hardware wizard and when i try instaling the drivers manualy i get the error saying the device cannot start. i have no idea how to set it up or get it to be detected. i am trying to connect it to an external modem for use with dsl service and all i can get to work is dail-up through a diff modem.
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you will find all the divers for you motherboard at the link above. install all the drivers : the one for the chipset first and the others after. If the board is ok and nobody had played with the jumpers on it you should get your sound.
The ECS PM800-M2 only supports SATA 1.0 hard drives. If you are using a newer SATA 3.0 hard drive, there is a jumper on the hard drive which has to be set to SATA 1.0 in order for the VIA 8237R chipset southbridge (which Is on your ECS PM800-M2) to recognize the newer SATA 3.0 hard drives. This Is applicable to all motherboards with the Viatech PM800 / 8237R chipsets. Note: the location for the SATA 1.0 / 3.0 jumper varies on each brand of hard drives. Also check If SATA Is enabled In the BIOS and select IDE mode.