The information that was collected aboe was without running alsaconf. I think version 1. I’m thinking it will be much better. All times are GMT Having a problem logging in? You’d be wise to not use on-board sound anyway. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.

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All times are GMT Is the bios update for XP or just Vista? Or are 775dual-vzta the Realtek drivers missing? How typical this can be. Try uploading Bios 1.

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The time now is Sound looping issue still exists. The system is working quite well with the exception of the sound though. Once you stray away from the compatibility list you are on your own.

Besides, it may help on the devices recognition as it did with mine.

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Update Via drivers www. Try running alsaconf again to reconfigure your sound card.


Now divide the cost of an approved mobo by 4 and compare. I have propably found a fix with following It’s working ok though. I enabled the arock sound in the bios, installed the latest driver from realtek.


Just cross your fingers and pray this is the only VIA issue you run across. If you’d like to contribute content, let us ssrock.

So I think this is a good one to do. If you have the latest, maybe try an older driver. I just updated the bios to 1.

As an user of another ASRock Via qudio mobo, try the following: I went ahead and put that old PCI soundcard in, it’s not 7. Just guessing at this, though.