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Basically, I didn’t get an answer about whether my board can only take 2GB RAM in total, or per slot- it must mean in total. I’ve installed XP and have done all Windows updates, although I was getting a lot of crashing while that was happening. I have added in a Linksys wireless receiver which was updated through Windows Update, as well as a Soundblaster Audigy 2. I think you are trying to describe something abnormal, but we oldies are a little narrow minded. Please login or register. At least not till you have a perfectly stable system.
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I think your long boot up time and problematic installation might have to do with Windows not understanding your system. I’m normally able to deal with this issue upon a new install, but I’m stumped with this. Go to Windows Volume control, and check under Recording settings, that Mic is ticked for recording input, and not Stereo mix.
Cracking and popping when any noise is made. The installation goes fine and it asks me to reboot- but when I do, there’s still no audio device detected whatsoever. The slow boot-up may be caused by too much ram because XP may be trying to reference areas of the RAM the board cannot see.
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But yes, I now appear to audik 2GB of memory that I can’t actually use without replacing my motherboard. Also, the Audigy 2 is being detected, but the sound is coming through very badly. Home Help Search Login Register.
So I gave up on that option. Are you using desktop speakers or a headset? Okay, sorry m9vgm the now triple post- but I’ve solved my problem.
Everything is plugged in the back, no use i9vgm front audio jacks. I have a k9vgm-v series mobo that I just recently installed a few months ago.
I f you are using any speakers at all you are always going to pick-up background noise i.
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I have indeed audko to an earlier date and got nothing but the same issue. To where is it connected? Or 1GB in each slot max. I’ve already installed that. It can’t find any drivers for it My creative sound-blaster x-fi card sound manager has an option of making the mic jack an output under settings button, you might want to check that out. Or you might wan to buy a noise canceling mic which tries to only pick-up anything above a certain db range.
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After Windows you install motherboard drivers, sound drivers, network drivers. Basically, I didn’t get an answer about whether my board can only take 2GB RAM in total, or per slot- it must mean in total.
All I have in Device Manager is what I listed above. You find a Realtek driver here: I am now set up and everything is working fine. I think you are trying to describe something abnormal, but we oldies are a little narrow minded.
So you must be doing something right to get the board to see 3GB!!! There’s no audio drivers listed in the driver section for this board either. I was given a driver disc with the motherboard which just contained the HD Audio driver- which I installed, but the onboard sound isn’t being detected by Windows well, I can’t choose it anyway. What mic aidio you have? I will try to elaborate a little better But if you disconnect the mic it shouldn’t pick up sound.
The drivers weren’t recognising the mainboard and wouldn’t install, neither would the NVidia drivers. I’m a little confused because both bios and XP are telling me that I have 3Gb installed