Boot-up will then continue and you should have sound. Neither have given me any problems. When you see the menu on the blue screen, use the down arrow key to move the cursor to the third? You did not mention whose sound driver is on the motherboard. The seriel is D5CK If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content Offensive:
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They are all on the disc. If so, reload driver from the device line item to correct. For example, mine in SoundMax. Installation of motherboard, USB and sound drivers are next. Advertisements or commercial links. This was helpful 0. Your model was a hot one as it was cheaply offered when it came out and very affordable against other brand offering.
It’s driving me crazy! This computer is running Windows98,Version 4.
ECS K7S5A – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – SiS Overview – CNET
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. In some cases a “newer” driver is available from ECS support website get it dcs your model verify. I read that I need drivers for this and if I posted the following info,you could direct ecd these drivers. I have been using the ECS k7s5a pro version 5 for a while with no problems that weren’t of my own making. Also check to see if your sound card offers analog versus digital output. CNET’s Forum on PC hardware is the best source for finding help, troubleshooting, and getting buying advice from a community of experts.
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The answer may lie in your BIOS. Then that the onboard sound is enabled and then the more usual issues. I’ve found ECS mtrbds.
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Having done this, press F10 then YES to save and exit. Delete the present one first, then re-install. This can be entered by pressing the Delete key on boot-up, usually.
This is what I suspect here. OK, I suggest you use the mtrbd. Those are areas to look at Also, in the OS, check to see if the audio hasn’t been “muted”. Don’t rely on the OS to provide the driver as the mtrbd. When upgrading to MinMe, the OS did not have the appropriate driver but the CD that came with the mobo installed sound without problem.
ECS K7S5A – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – SiS735
Check to see if the sound driver is installed. I’m not getting any audio and every thing seems to be working.
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