Yesterday I filled the support form in the official gigabyte website with my product ID and pc specs but didnt recieve an answer yet, I was hoping they new about this problem because Ive seen very similar problems mentioned while doing some google searching, unfortunately without any answers. Other members here use additional sound cards though, so maybe someone will suggest a good one to you. Any help is greatly appreciated! Ive even formated my hard drive twice. Sorry I cant be of more help!!!
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My board is rev 1. Ya it could be a soun issue, see if you can find a friend to borrow a older card from and see for sure! Do you work for gigabyte? Hmm I wonder why Intel’s page is behind, you are the second one to tell me that this week. I would assume though a sound card would work better then a onboard solution, but I cannot say for sure ga-pp35c-ds3r I dont use one. That is what mine is on and my sound is working fine If still no luck, I suppose you will just have to wait for someone to suggest a known compatible sound card for you here or ask at a different site as I am not sure myself You could also disable serial and parallel ports in the BIOS some say this has fixed it for them.
Other members here use additional sound cards though, so maybe someone will suggest a good one to you. Good luck, and I hope someone suggests a good card for you if you do not otherwise get this fixed. Hello Lsdmeasap, First off thanks for your reply. I cant make the audio work correctly. Well, good luck with it all, and sorry I could not be of more help!
Is there audio fixes in the bios updates? Thanks again for helping me out with this. Sorry I wish I knew more.
I dont want to screw up my motherboard, ive read in the forum many people had problems after updating the bios. The funny part is that a normal reset wont make the audio work again, I need to turn off the computer and turn back on to ga-p35c-es3r the “device start”.
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If you do flash it, do it in Qflash via USB or floppy. Thanks for your help and Ill post back if I get an answer from gigabyte support.
If not, try that. If I shut down my computer I ga-p35c-ss3r make the audio work on windows but the conflict apears again when I start a game. Regarding the ya-p35c-ds3r and installing ive tried about everything with all drivers in normal windows and also in safe mode I downloaded some new drivers from realtek website, version r1. I have done all this except the bios flash. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Please report all spam threads, posts and suspicious members.
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Ive tested the sound driver with and without video drivers. Especially now that the sound dies ONLY when ga-p35c-s3r games. They are often behind in things I am not sure about what is added in the BIOS updates, but the do not show all fixes they add, just the major ones.
Any help is greatly appreciated! Not the new beta release correct? Yesterday I formated my hard driver and installed a new ga-p35-cds3r windows xp with new drivers including the new ati catalyst and I have the same problem.
I would flash it if it was me, I do it often and have NO issues, just do not use bios and do not shut off your pc while doing so, or do not do it in a storm or something like that where you think the power may go out while doing so.