I transfered my computer with a VIA ASRock K7VM3 Motherboard into another box, but now I cannot get the sound to work. I am not sure if I am connecting the little sound cables on the motherboard correctly and the Manual I found on the internet is of no help
Hi i have just renewed my motherboard with a n68-s asrock the wiresfrom the front of the computer are not same color as the old one so where do they go on the new one wires are marked as be low orange&white power sw blue&white reset sw yellow&white hdd led four wires in sleeve no1black 2groundwhite2-d green2+dred2+5v second sleeve black1groundgreen 1+d white1-d red1+5v
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Hi saj, click on this link to open ASRock K7VM3 the driver download page. http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.asp?Model=K7VM3 Create a folder on you're desktop & name it sound. Download the driver; VIA AC'97 audio driver ver:A1mu520c1 into the sound folder. Uncompress the .zip file within the sound folder. You need to install the driver through device manager. To open device manager, right click once on my computer & left click properties. Click the hardware tab & than click the device manager button. Scroll down to sound, audio and game controller. Right click once on the yellow ! point & left click once on update driver. Windows hardware wizard will open. Click No, not at this time. Than click the next button. Another window will open. Left click once in the circle next to, Install from a list or specific location (Advanced). Than click the next button. Again, another window will open. We want to remove the green check mark next to, Search removable media (floppy, CD-ROM...). Click the green check mark once & it will go away. Click the browse button, click the + sign next to my computer. Find you’re desktop folder & open it. Open the sound folder you created. Click once on the Audio_XP_2K_ME_98_VIA(A1mu520c1) folder so it is high lighted. Than click OK. Windows will find the correct driver software & install it. If this fails check you're bios & make sure the onboard sound is set to enable or auto. Try the above install again.