I managed to access the BIOS, thanks for the help so far! Not a huge problem. As far as the onboard sound chip, if you did not remove on of the slot covers to add a sound card, you have onboard. Sorry for asking a noobish question. Did you find this information useful? Do you think that you would have any problems getting into the BIOS?
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Intel Desktop Board D865PERL – motherboard – ATX – Socket 478 – i865PE Series
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I decide to Google that and download the appropriate audio drivers on the official Intel site. Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. Of course, I d856 not seen everything out there.
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Edited by oldf rt, 25 April – Unfortunately, I went through the entirety of its menus and could not find an Onboard Audio Setting or such.
Remove the AGP video card before installing or upgrading memory to avoid interference with the memory retention mechanism. Do you think that you would have any problems getting into the BIOS? WinAmp opens up, as usual, except instead of my heavy guitar riffs and aggressive bass, I’m greeted by a nice little error message: Welcome to BleepingComputera free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers.
I then try to run the audio driver install again.
So I go Googling in hopes of finding some sort of solution to my dilemma. I took them out of the packaging, plugged the little green cable into its appropriate port the green circular portand also took the power cord and plugged that into the outlet.
Intel Desktop Board D865GLC – Motherboard – micro ATX – i865G – Socket 478 – UDMA100 SATA-150
I’ve forgotten my password. I managed to access the BIOS, thanks for the help so far!
We are vudeo noobs in one area or another, so, no problem. Everything seems to go fine, except when I’m done installing those drivers, apparently, everything the installer had done just magically disappears and I’m greeted with a “Driver not found! Show all Show less.
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