MS-6380E SOUND DRIVER
WinXP should find and install a driver for the sound during the setup. Joined Jun Location U. I tried reinstalling the drivers and everything, i checked the windows volume control and it was all balanced in the center, i am preety sure its a hardware problem. If this is the case adding a new motherboard to a computer with an existing operating system can cause problems. What PCI cards are fitted to your computer? I did that on a board I set up a couple months ago KT3, non ultra and then just upgraded to the latest version of the driver
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I use a CNR modem, but only for faxing it works fine and does not effect the sound. Results 1 to 7 of 7. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Joined Jun Location U.
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Sorry if this is a silly questionbut did you enable the sound it the BIOS? The problem is fixed after I removed my modem.
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USA Age 73 Posts Thank you all very much for helping. Do you have a PCI modem? The time now is This is getting very frustrating. Please login or register.
MSI K7T266 Pro2-A, Socket A, AMD (MS-6380E-040) Motherboard
They can cause problems if they are on the same IRQ as the sound chip. Thanks for trying to help. But I am having a problem with its AC97 onboard sound.
Home Help Search Login Register. I did that on ms-6380w board I set up a couple months ago KT3, non ultra and then just upgraded to soundd latest version of the driver WinXP should find and install a driver for the sound during the setup.
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Joined Jun Posts So I got myself a KT3 Ultra. Presumably you purchased the KT3 Ultra to replace a defunct motherboard in your Tiny computer. The following error or errors occurred while this message: Do I need that sounr Windows XP?
I tried to vacumm the sound jacks, just incase anything was caught in there, nothing. I installed the driver http: Anyway, it’s ok for me to remove the modem, I never use it. What operating system are you using? I went to retighen the male connector, make sure my AUX wire wanst broken, and tried different speakers, but the right is out on everything.
MSI MS-6380E – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – KT333 Series
I tried reinstalling the drivers and everything, i checked the windows volume control and it was all balanced in the center, i am preety sure its a hardware problem. Maybe could i be shorting out my motherboard and the audio’s right channel died?
If this is the case adding ms-63880e new motherboard to a computer with an existing operating system can cause problems. Im preety sure its a physical malfunction.
When i went to turn on my computer today, everyone booted up as normal and everything posted, but it was strange when i got into windows and the sound only played out the right speaker.
All times are GMT Is thier anyway that i can fix it by hardware?