As an user of another ASRock Via based mobo, try the following: Installation appeared to be successful, rebooted, no audio drivers in the device manager Any ideas? You are using XP SP2, right? Contact Us VideoHelp Top. The time now is
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Any other suggestions to try? Just guessing at this, though.
Somehow between downloading and installing the newest VIA drivers and newest Realtek sarock and changing te address for audio in the BIOS setup, things started to work! The only issues are 2 DIMM slots and the need to disable onboard video. Results 1 to 21 of Or are just the Realtek drivers missing?
Besides, it may help on the devices recognition as it did with mine. If you are only using the ones from Realtek’s site, ASRock may be different. So I think this is a good one to do. Update Via drivers www.
ASRock web page does not say much about this. This is only the first of many problems you can expect to have. I could do the bios update but I always worry about messing with that kind of stuff Man, I don’t want to take this thing apart.
I never cease to be amazed I went ahead and put that old 775vual soundcard in, asrrock not 7. All I can say is good luck! OBS Studio screen recording and streaming guid I downloaded the latest everything for the motherboard, and actually downloaded the latest drivers straight from Realtek.
For the life of me, I cannot get my sound to work! Is the bios update for XP or just Vista? Any money you saved on the cheaper board will be made up for in time trying to make the damned thing work correctly. 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. By EwanG in forum Audio.
Usually the OS has some of it’s own. The system is working quite well with the exception of the sound though. By the way, did you try using the latest Via Chipsets drivers? It’s working ok though. Is it pretty fool proof? And do you aufio the ‘Sound, video and game controllers’ has no audio drivers of any kind?
This firmware may help you with the audio problem.
I’m using XP, not Visa. Using VIA is playing with fire.
ASRock 775DUAL-VSTA – motherboard – ATX – LGA775 Socket – PT880 Ultra
I have to be an ass now, I cannot resist. If you have the latest, maybe try an older driver. I’ve never ran into that problem.