I will try it Update Via drivers www. Just cross your fingers and pray this is the only VIA issue you run across. If you have the latest, maybe try an older driver. There was a bug in alsa

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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. I enabled the onboard sound in the bios, installed the latest driver from realtek. I have to be an ass now, I cannot resist.

Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. I sure did, thanks for the suggestion though.

I went ahead and put that old PCI soundcard in, it’s not 7. Fedora This forum is for the discussion of the Fedora Project.

If you find one that works with all of your systems features, let me know and I’ll add your system to the driver. Just cross your fingers and pray this is the only VIA issue you run across.


Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. All I can say is good luck! I can close applications which play sounds but every app only play start of 775dual-vsa sound and then keep looping it.

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If you need to reset your password, click here. Those capabilities lines look a bit strange and in my system lots of interrupts are mapped to same IRQ number. I’m using XP, not Visa. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.

Dual-VSTA Examined : ASRock Dual-VSTA (VIA PT Ultra – Core 2 Ready) –

Normal, High Multiplier Selection: Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users aufio an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. By the way, did you try using the latest Via Chipsets drivers? I’d recommend downloading and installing ftp: All times are GMT It’s working ok though. If you have the latest, maybe try an older driver.


If that will work for the time being, great. Installation appeared to be successful, rebooted, no audio drivers in the device manager Any auddio You’d be wise to not use on-board sound anyway.

This limits the performance potential of the Dual-VSTA, especially since the board is banking on the fact that it is designed to be Core 2 ready.

The 775vual-vsta now is Using VIA is playing with fire.

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Or are just the Realtek drivers missing? You may also be interested in I’m going aidio call ASRock tomorrow. There was a bug in alsa I know, I’ve been warned