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P5G41-M LE Sound

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April 3, 2010 1:32:03 PM

I recently lashed up an extremely inexpensive PC.

Intel Celeron E3300
G.Skill 2x1gb (2GBNQ)
Stock Fan
Win XP Pro SP3

Everything works fine except for the sound; I have a mystery PCI device in device manager. I have removed it; went setup their drivers (ASUS) even downloaded latest off the internet. Changed in BIOS from high def, to Ac97, and disabled. I hooked up the front panel jack. I ended up installing an old Phillips Rhythmic Edge PSC702 card and disabled the onboard sound. I really would like to put the sound card back into Dell Jr (933mhz PIII). Any ideas?

Thanks in advance, (Just post if you need more information).

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April 3, 2010 1:47:37 PM

could you take a screenshot of your device manager and post it.

To post an image you can get a free image shack account upload it there then copy image url and post it like this

except when you do it leave no spaces.

When you use onboard sound keep it on HD Audio in bios.
April 3, 2010 2:28:27 PM

Ok, here is the image of device manager.

FYI: Realtek Semiconductor Corp. High Definition Audio System Software Ver: R2.27

I mean it's really not a big deal; but I would like to use the HD system instead of my 'former high-end' PCI sound solution.

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April 3, 2010 3:09:19 PM

Go here first.
Download the HD audio codec.

Then uninstall the soundcard you have in there turn computer off remove it, then go into bios set it to enable onboard HD audio not AC97. Then when in windows install the codec you downloaded should work.