I’ve been building a system around an Asus M2A-VM motherboard, and so far it has gone very well with no major problems. Is your onboard sound card enabled in BIOS? Enable and make digital audio output default in windows control panel: If I had your board I’d make the call to Asus. Is there a known issue with the onboard sound which suddenly starts happening? Yes, my password is:
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Joined May 2, Messages 2, I never managed to get the sound working with the separate 3,5 mm jack. To me, this suggests the microphone circuit is OK. How that happens I cannot say, but it’s true under both Windows and Linux.
Thanks Asus website has drivers up to Windows Vista may work for Windows 7: The same audio behavior was noted–audio was present but even with the mixer settings maxed out barely any audio could be heard.
No one likes to be without their board but it’s worth it when axus defective.
Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. The link will open to ma board with Linux opened. Alun Cox Level 3 Expert Answers.
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No, create an account now. The TV detects the audio source automatically. Ive been trying to fix this for 2 days now.
I don’t know about the microphone and line inputs. The speakers are cheap but work fine when connected to an iPod or a nearby desktop computer. If you want to go through the driver download page your self the link is: PC has been running since Nov with no issues.
DragonLogos Expert Member Jan 20, Add Your Answer Tips for a great answer: And if you do not have all pins connected then the 3,5 mm jack should work.
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MY asus m2a-vm has a different problem,only 1 speaker i workin. And finally, I booted up a live CD-based copy of Ubuntu 9. If there is a problem with you’re system memory the beeps can lead one to think there is a problem with the onboard video. And to be reasonably sure that messed up settings in one OS were not affecting the other, I powered the system completely down between boot-up attempts–even going so far as to kill standby power going into the system.
Yes, my password is: Oh and I do not know if this makes a difference, but I never installed the sound drivers that came with the motherboard. Not finding what you are looking for? I’ve never been that huge of an integrated audio fan, but soundd another story. How can this be resolved.
It seems like the wave output is messed up all by itself. My sound card worked flawlessly with.
Computer to television sound problem solved on Asus M2A-VM HDMI at least.
You can’t post answers that contain an email address. The calls averages are less than 5 minutes. Any help would be greatly appreciated!