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Posted: 1/9/2003 1:05:30 PM EST
Well after exploring every nook and cranny of the BIOS I still haven't been able to locate the option to disable the onboard sound. Have a sound card I'd rather use so am hoping that it is something simple that I just keep overlooking. Built my first system from scratch and this is the only problem I haven't been able to remedy and would certainly appreciate any and all help with this. Thanks for any help anyone can provide.
Link Posted: 1/9/2003 1:16:11 PM EST
Look closer in the BIOS, if the chipset is onboard it's probably an AC97 chipset. Look for 'AC97' or 'AC 97' and then disable it.
Link Posted: 1/9/2003 1:31:58 PM EST
Probably a jumper on the MB. What model do you have?
Link Posted: 1/9/2003 1:34:15 PM EST
unless you have a top quaility motherboard like Asus or Abit, you will have to get your manual and find the jumper on the motherboard.
Link Posted: 1/9/2003 1:45:21 PM EST
What brand? Mine was buried in the bios under an advanced setting, called AUDIO CODECS.
Link Posted: 1/9/2003 1:45:52 PM EST
[Last Edit: 1/9/2003 2:06:54 PM EST by Kihn]
Dirtbag, Thanks for reply. Found it in Peripherals/Via PCI chipset/ '97 Gomer, Ken226 and Mall_Ninja2, It's a Biostar M7VIT. Was cheap ($75) for a 333mHz FSB(DDR 400) and compatible up to at least AMD 2700+ Socket A CPU. Software for MB to OC so for that much what the hey, can experiment with it and dabble in something I have very little knowledge of. Running a XP 2100 with 512 DDR 2700 so noticed a big difference from the last Desktop I purchased which was a PII 333.[:)] Edited to get my facts straight![:)]
Link Posted: 1/9/2003 2:05:19 PM EST
Originally Posted By Ken226: unless you have a top quaility motherboard like Asus or Abit, you will have to get your manual and find the jumper on the motherboard.
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err correction, Abit USED to be a quality motherboard, MSI and Asus make the best boards now. (I used to be a hardcore abit fan) Ditto on all the advice above. Look in the Mboard manual.
Link Posted: 1/9/2003 2:15:31 PM EST
I like MSI boards.
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