Installation fails whenever it install. Any ideas what I need to do to get this audio hardware working?! I’m using FC4 with the kernel 2. This is some kind of issue wiht getting the surround sound channel mixed up or something. Posted on Jan 02, I run a scratch built linux system. Perhaps you can help me interpret.

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Having a problem logging in? How satisfied are you with this reply? I just tried the link and it asus a8n-vm sound. LemP Replied on January 21, Visit the following links: Fedora This forum is for the discussion of the Fedora Project. The max point reward for answering a question is I just bought an asus a8n-vm csm motherboard, and I’ve been completely unable to get the on-board audio driver to install under 32 bit XP.

I have WinXP installed on a sata drive. Ctrl-C and paste Cltr-Vwhat it says there, here. Search this Thread Advanced Search. I have WinXP installed on a sata drive.

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I have no sound on ASUS A8N-VM-CSM motherboard. HELP!

There is no “multimedia” listing in device manager and all the all the sound, video and game controllers appear to be ok. I think this puppy is toast. Originally Posted by nadroj did you try asus a8n-vm sound I tried to follow his example but have not been successful.

We need to use alsa which just dont work, well it does but not good. I never tried with XP SP2.

There will be a download link alongside each driver. What else can I try.

Could there asus a8n-vm sound some MB setting or jumper that needs checking? The whole time, my device manager shows an unknown PCI device:.

I have now upgraded 8an-vm bios and tried everything but no luck so far. It fails to install with the error “The audio driver files do not support your computer hardware”. I don’t know what it is and cannot get the drivers for it from the MB disk. The BIOS doesnt have anything to do with the sound well its got the option in it, you still have to install the drivers for the sound.


Find More Posts by lakshminarayan. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. You should a8h-vm painfull high-pitched humming in the left speaker and awfull mono in the right. Asue did require a kernel re-link. I have removed the netgear nic and a fax modem and still get the message on boot up that a PCI hardware device has been found.

It’ll let you choose a option of intel something or other, or a legacy ISA sound card. Ask a Question Usually answered in minutes!


I am so far unable to get the sound to work. Find More Posts by lukeb. I have now upgraded the bios and tried everything but no luck so far.