Once I removed it and was trying the onbaord sound, I enabled it again in the BIOS Reply With Quote 02-20-2007,06:51 AM #14 Peter M View Profile View Forum Posts Ultimate Yes, when I had the PCI sound card installed, it was listed in the device manager. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices One account. Just was trying anything I could think of Reply With Quote 02-19-2007,08:51 PM #11 sm8000 View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage The Burninator Join Date Aug 2002 Location Chicago Posts get redirected here
Reply With Quote Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Technical Support Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums When I try to 'start' it, I get the message: "error 31: a device attached to the system is not functioning" Not sure if that has anything to do with it on the computer with no sound, it's also set to Automatic, but it's not started. System Optimization and PC Performance Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/Downloads_Driver_Detail.aspx?MenuID=61&LanID=9&detailid=269
Reply With Quote 02-18-2007,04:42 PM #4 FlameOut View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jul 1999 Location Pittsburgh Posts 332 I'm pretty sure it must be the v1.? Unfortunately, that kind of advice tends to just make it even worse. That is, of course, if you had hooked your speaker connection to the installed sound card.
Funny huh? The sound card isn't in right now, as I was trying the onboard sound. I even tried installing a PCI sound card, and was able to play test sounds through the cards software, but same things when I look in control panel. Ecs H81h3-m4 Driver The layout is pretty standard.
Maybe things are just to screwed up at this point. Ecs Elitegroup Sometimes the simple things slip our mind. The onboard LAN worked without any problems. http://www.driverscape.com/manufacturers/ecs/laptops-desktops/k7s5a/81 Our school's web page started in 1995, at the time we were the first school to have a web page on the internet outside of Poland.
Reply With Quote 02-19-2007,03:22 AM #6 Peter M View Profile View Forum Posts Ultimate Member Join Date Feb 1999 Location Augsburg, Germany Posts 5,910 The audio ENGINE is always an SiS http://ccm.net/download/download-20948-audio-driver-for-ecs-945gcd-m-motherboard Looking in the Device Manager, there was no yellow exclamation point, and it listed SYS 7012 as the Audio Device, but when I try going to something like Control Panel/Sound, it Ecs Motherboard Drivers For Windows 7 Reply With Quote 02-19-2007,04:19 PM #10 FlameOut View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jul 1999 Location Pittsburgh Posts 332 Originally Posted by Peter M Indeed, that wouldn't be the Ecs Motherboard Drivers For Windows 7 32bit As for the audio CODEC, you may either have a Realtek/ALC plain stereo chip, or a C-Media 4-channel.
You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. http://freedesktopwallpapersite.com/ecs-motherboard/ecs-audio-driver-xp.php I knew that I would not't have any problems with the onboard LAN but I knew that I would have issues with the onboard sound. Friends don't let friends use IE. The Culprit was the Redhat "canned" kernel. Ecs Motherboard H61h2-mv
Also, before you reinstall XP , ( in Safe Mode-Admin acct ) try removing all Realtek/Sis/C-media audio drivers and devices listed in Add/Remove and Device Manager . It's (onboard sound) listed in Device Manager as "realtek AC'97 Audio". I began looking at this board from ECS. http://freedesktopwallpapersite.com/ecs-motherboard/ecs-driver-audio.php Restart and cancel the wizard .
After a little bit of research and some trial and error I was able to get it running. Ecs Motherboard Price What the heck I decided to give it a go! One other thing I noticed was that when exiting Xwindows (KDE) my hard drives would spin down into sleep mode.
Do you at least see a PCI audio device instance in Device Manager? Then reinstall the correct driver . I had never purchased an ECS board and never worked with a SiS chipset. Ecs Motherboard Review From what I have read SiS will be writing the drivers for the sound.
So I wandered down to my local computer shop to hunt for some new hardware. I downloaded the 2.4.18 kernel and compiled it. Reply With Quote 02-19-2007,02:53 PM #7 FlameOut View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jul 1999 Location Pittsburgh Posts 332 Originally Posted by Rocketmech Look on the motherboard between the this page You best install the driver from the respective codec maker (www.realtek.com.tw www.cmedia.com.tw), and if all else fails, the generic driver for the 7012 from the SiS web site www.sis.com .
I checked windows update.