Here are your specs and downloads. It worked for me. I think I installed the chipset after installing other ones. Thanks for posting back your solution. So I ended up buying a sound card and installing the drivers from the CD.
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And an option for the front panel which “hd audio” is selected Edited by shinigamikris, 19 September – I think I installed the chipset after installing other ones.
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no sound on xp sp3 pro and m2nam plus mobo – Windows XP Home and Professional
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ASUS M2N68-AM – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket AM2 / AM2+ – GeForce 7025
I think the auto settings is meant for onboard sound and sound card installed disabling?
Backwards compatible with current USB 1. Posted by dobanditz13 on Jun 16, Works great with Sata hard drive.
It has all the codecs in device manager but no sound akdio in the task bar and when I open sounds in control manager it says no device and everything is greyed out. Appreciate generously, if the solution could have been of any help! It worked for me. Click here to Register a free account now! Here’s a link to this great service Good luck!
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