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Old December 22nd 07, 11:45 PM posted to comp.sys.intel
***** charles[_3_]
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Default Sound messed up.

Hi all,

I just got a DQ35JO motherboard. I installed XP Home on
it. Then I tried to install the drivers that came on the blue cd
drivers disk. It goes through and says the drivers are installed
but when I go to the sounds and audio devices icon in control
panel there are no drivers listed. Then I downloaded the
Realtek audio driver from Intels' web site and ran it. It fails
to complete installation. There is nothing out of the ordinary
in device manager. How do I fix this are do I have to send
the motherboard back?

thanks,
charles......


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Old December 24th 07, 06:50 PM posted to comp.sys.intel
***** charles[_3_]
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Default Sound messed up.

"***** charles" wrote in message
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Hi all,

I just got a DQ35JO motherboard. I installed XP Home on
it. Then I tried to install the drivers that came on the blue cd
drivers disk. It goes through and says the drivers are installed
but when I go to the sounds and audio devices icon in control
panel there are no drivers listed. Then I downloaded the
Realtek audio driver from Intels' web site and ran it. It fails
to complete installation. There is nothing out of the ordinary
in device manager. How do I fix this are do I have to send
the motherboard back?

thanks,
charles......


no one responded, found my own solution.




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Old December 25th 07, 02:12 AM posted to comp.sys.intel
Frank Pajerski[_2_]
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Default Sound messed up.

Your problem seems similar to what I experienced recently when installing
WinXP-SP2 in a new PC build with an Intel DP35DP mobo. Installation of the
audio drivers, either from the Intel-supplied CD or downloaded from Intel,
failed. Inspection of the PC hardware with Device Manager or utilities such
as Everest seemed to show no audio controller present on the DP35DP (hence
the driver installation failure). I opened an email dialog with Intel
Support about this. After a number of days exchanging emails that
increasingly seemed a waste of time, I resolved this problem by installing a
sound card (Creative Sound Blaster Audigy).

And prior to the WinXP-SP2 install (and the sound card install), I installed
Vista Home Premium. The Intel audio drivers installed correctly, and I
could see the audio hardware included on the DP35DP. But, I didn't want to
run Vista after I tried it.

--- Frank


"***** charles" wrote in message
et...
"***** charles" wrote in message
. net...
Hi all,

I just got a DQ35JO motherboard. I installed XP Home on
it. Then I tried to install the drivers that came on the blue cd
drivers disk. It goes through and says the drivers are installed
but when I go to the sounds and audio devices icon in control
panel there are no drivers listed. Then I downloaded the
Realtek audio driver from Intels' web site and ran it. It fails
to complete installation. There is nothing out of the ordinary
in device manager. How do I fix this are do I have to send
the motherboard back?

thanks,
charles......


no one responded, found my own solution.


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Old December 25th 07, 06:05 PM posted to comp.sys.intel
***** charles[_3_]
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Posts: 11
Default Sound messed up.

The first OS I tried was Vista Ultimate and it worked fine but had other
problems so that is why I switched to XP Home. One would think that
problems like this wouldn't happen with a big company like Intel.

later....

"Frank Pajerski" wrote in message
. net...
Your problem seems similar to what I experienced recently when installing
WinXP-SP2 in a new PC build with an Intel DP35DP mobo. Installation of

the
audio drivers, either from the Intel-supplied CD or downloaded from Intel,
failed. Inspection of the PC hardware with Device Manager or utilities

such
as Everest seemed to show no audio controller present on the DP35DP (hence
the driver installation failure). I opened an email dialog with Intel
Support about this. After a number of days exchanging emails that
increasingly seemed a waste of time, I resolved this problem by installing

a
sound card (Creative Sound Blaster Audigy).

And prior to the WinXP-SP2 install (and the sound card install), I

installed
Vista Home Premium. The Intel audio drivers installed correctly, and I
could see the audio hardware included on the DP35DP. But, I didn't want

to
run Vista after I tried it.

--- Frank


"***** charles" wrote in message
et...
"***** charles" wrote in message
. net...
Hi all,

I just got a DQ35JO motherboard. I installed XP Home on
it. Then I tried to install the drivers that came on the blue cd
drivers disk. It goes through and says the drivers are installed
but when I go to the sounds and audio devices icon in control
panel there are no drivers listed. Then I downloaded the
Realtek audio driver from Intels' web site and ran it. It fails
to complete installation. There is nothing out of the ordinary
in device manager. How do I fix this are do I have to send
the motherboard back?

thanks,
charles......


no one responded, found my own solution.




 




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