Visit the following links: But if you do run into problems, let me know and I’ll see about getting them resolved. Thanks for your help GrueMaster Here are the results Code:. Using VIA is playing with fire. All times are GMT Have you went to ASRock and made sure you have their latest audio drivers? It doesn’t work; I had to install a PCI card a long time ago.

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I can close applications which play sounds but every app only play start of the 775dusl-vsta and then keep looping it. Reboot fixes this issue until sound starts to loop again.

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The time now is If one of them works, let me know and send me the pci sub ID for that system.


The system is working quite well with the exception of the sound though. Sound looping issue still exists.

Yeah it has some drivers but not the ones I want, it has things like “legacy audio driver” but still “no sound device” when you go to the audio setup in control panel, etc. Chips on the motherboard are – Northbridge: How to record anything on your screen using th I’ve never ran into that problem.

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Here is part of my modprobe. If you have the latest, maybe try an older driver. The time now is I have to be an ass now, I audioo resist.

The only issues are 2 DIMM slots and the need to disable onboard video. How typical this can be.

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Thank you for your time. Somehow between downloading and installing the newest VIA drivers and newest Realtek drivers and changing te address for audio in the BIOS setup, things started to work!

And do you mean the ‘Sound, video and game controllers’ has no audio drivers of any kind? By EwanG in forum Audio.


Find all posts by tony The board does carry memory and AGP voltages, but following ASRock tradition, expect a selection toggle between ‘Normal’ and ‘High’ with no actual values. Find all posts by audioboffin. Read the threads on Best Desktops I already updated to 1.

Find all posts by albee Thus previously sound was played back by Nvidia chip. Besides, it may help on the devices recognition as it did with mine. Try reinstalling Audio drivers. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with 775sual-vsta at the end of each chapter.