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ASRock 4CoreDual-SATA2 – motherboard – ATX – LGA Socket – PT Pro Overview – CNET

Good job with your PC Specs. Right now we don’t know which ASRock bios version you have installed and running in your system.

We can’t waste our time looking back through a forum thread looking for the system information. Ask a Question Usually answered in minutes! Win7 and Vista are similar in many ways.

When you are done editing or creating your hardware list, save the settings. What OS do you use?

ASRock 4CoreDual-SATA2 – motherboard – ATX – LGA775 Socket – PT880 Pro

That was very nice in windows xp but is somehow complicated in vista family. Also a shame we are wasting our time explaining BIOS updates when the version on the board could be found so easily.


May 28, Asrock MA Motherboard. The ASRock specifications say that your motherboard supports 5.

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Answer questions, earn points and help others Answer questions. Are you an Asrock Computer and Internet Expert? I would check the audip of the Logitech to be sure it is connected correctly.

The problem is probably with the main cables going to the subwoofer from the PC, or in the cables going 44coredual-sata2 the right speaker that has 4coredual-sata control for volume. Want Answer 0 Clicking this will make more experts see the question and we will remind you when it gets answered. Please exactly write what is your motherboard name, 4coredual-xata2 version and to which sockets you have connected your speaker.

I’d be surprised if the Realtek sound chip has gone bad, but if so, there is always the option of a PCI sound card. Hi there, Save hours of searching online or wasting money on unnecessary repairs by talking to a 6YA Expert who can help you resolve this issue over the phone in a minute or two. We can best help you after you create a detailed hardware list in the System Specs http: Please assign your manual to a product: The thread on Anandtech is long and full of data.


SOLVED: I have asrock 4coredual-sata2, get no audio, – Fixya

You can’t post conmments that contain an email address. From page 20 in your motherboard user manual: Re fitted my original board and the old system If ASRock has no bios update and you can’t write your own it is impossible. S all of speakers worked on previous mobo idk what the hell is wrong now Your answer needs to include more details to help people.

The Windows Vista procedure in post 7 from the motherboard user manual might fix the problem. This is from his AIDA64 c4oredual-sata2 list: On some computer motherboards those connections are not alongside the power connections, they may be close to where you plug in the speakers and mic.

I have had a similar board for years and still love it, even if it is mothballed at the moment. More Print this page Share this page.

Prepare a simple headphone e. Will updating your bios fix your speaker problem?