Could this proggie here be useful? Have you got a buzzer or speaker connected to the motherboard for BIOS beep purposes? Disabling dmix the proper way is not easy and hard to find. This thread can be considered as solved. However, before giving it to him, I will test if everything is still working on it, who knows how much dust this baby caught these last years Home Help Login Register. Originally Posted by billymayday You said in the OP that “I cannot get dolby sound or DTS sound out of my pc”, so you must have some way of knowing it isn’t working.

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Today I tried bigabyte different distros Mepis 8. I’m using a branded psu to test it, a modular corsair w which is running fine. If that is the case then there is nothing to worry about gigabjte they are all the same unless you have a massive PSU and then sometimes they will use a thicker than average cable.

An audio buffer errors could mean that there are conflicts such as dmix, artsd, or other sound service daemon running, hardware conflicts, or slow computer. If your computer is not fast enough, you have to do with out converting to AC And what if the battery just has ended its life – could that be a possibility?


I still have a crappy graphic card lurking around somehwere, but the fan is not spinning properly and is terribly noisy. I do not recommend using Xine for anything because it is not reliable and stable. Assuming PulseAudio or Artsd is not running. How do you tell?

Files were copied over, but it didn’t detect the file to flash Also you may have to do a trial ‘n error of your sound card settings using “alsamixer -V all”. Another possibility is use afm instead of gigabytd option for mplayer. I think that W7 should still work. Doesn’t Win7 install generic drivers by default? Don’t worry about that though.

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Dear Forum, I still got a classic socket mobo see above in my possession which I am planning to hand-over to a friend, who has more than enough with it. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

I have the same mobo in a linux box at home, and may be able to run a few tests and try a few ideas. If I use the latest version, it will probably work better. Next you have to specify hw: What surprises me most is that how could the socket mobo read from a HDD that had W7 64 bits installed and even load the whole stuff I really don’t know if Audio, Chipset, Lan drivers will work on Win How can I even recommend Linux to anyone when even the simplest of tasks is a continual struggle?


Have a nice week-end! The following should work. I am assuming that by lead you are referring to the “kettle” lead for the mains supply to the PSU. Originally Posted by billymayday I had a play on F11, and it’sa little difficult to tell if it works or not.

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I’ll let you know the outcome. I finally managed to get the system running on Win 7 — Professional 32 bits!

I g-k8nf-9 read that some people did install the following driver for Ethernet Vista and it worked. Try using MPlayer because Xine-lib is limited and it is slowly being developed. Vista 32 bit drivers should work on this mobo. Find More Posts by Electro. These discrete sound cards should be a little easier outputting to digital. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. What to you think, could the graphic card be the source of my problem?