To find the audio drivers look for the CMI Chip drivers in the audio section of the discontinued products page. In the manual, do a search for the word jp11 to find the locations that talk about audio. Beats me, you cant expect to understand some of the reasoning of some manufacturers Anway i’m happy it all worked out for you. It’s a pdf so you’ll need adobe acrobat reader. Results 1 to 13 of I tried to use the floppy’s cable on this weird card-thing other end plugged into the floppy drive controller on Mobo but windows XP pro didn’t recognize any new hardware. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.
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FS: PC-100 Super Socket 7 Motherboard (M599LMR)
In the manual, do a search for the word jp11 to find the locations that talk about audio. When i try to use an audio program, it windows says there’s no devices installed for that. You may be able to get motherboard information by running Aida32 it could well report a make and model number for it. From the manual the lmr looks like this: Results 1 to 13 of 13 Thread: It seems to me like you dont have your sound card drivers installed correctly. The onboard USB’s work fine.
All times are GMT As far as Device Manager, there’s nothing there at all, no “! To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Well, I don’t know exaclty how to tell who made my motherboard.
Go to you device manager and check if your sound card is properly installed and does’nt have any exclamation points next to it’s name or is not auxio in your other devices section. It’s a pdf so you’ll need adobe acrobat reader. Once you did this, windows should recognise your audio card.
If this is your first auduo, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. I tried to search for new hardware Sinse i dont know what kind of motherboard you have i cant give you a direct link to the drivers, but if you need help in finding them you should simply reply saying what make and auudio your board is and i could point you to the right place.
Join Date Aug Posts 4. Beats me, you cant expect to understand some of the reasoning of some manufacturers Anway i’m happy it all audlo out for you. It has onboard audio ports in the back, but they don’t work.
From what i’ve seen you need to locate zudio jumper JP11 on your motherboard and remove it to enable audio. It has a slot for a ribbon cable that is the same size as the floppy-drive cable. What needed to be done was the JP11 jumper had to be removed and then Windows prompted me to installed the device.
Also, there is a port bay on the right hand side of the PC, sort of sticking out at a 45 degree angle.
This is about my PC at work. I dont know if they’re the latest ones but j599lmr the best i could find. If it’s not properly installed then you should go to your motherboard manufacturer’s website and download the proper drivers and install them.
But I looked inside and it’s not connected to anything.
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Hey, thanks a million you guys possibly girls, let’s not be presumptuous!!!! Any help would be audko. Hi YakooMarkTwo What make and model of motherboard do you have installed? I didn’t see any jumpers on the board for “audio” or anything. I tried to use the floppy’s cable on this weird card-thing other end plugged into the floppy drive controller on Mobo but windows XP pro didn’t recognize any new hardware.
Is there a jumper somewhere I need to switch? You may have to register before you can post: