Have you went to ASRock and made sure you have their latest audio drivers? BB code is On. If you have the latest, maybe try an older driver. I can close applications which play sounds but every app only play start of the sound and then keep looping it. Reboot fixes this issue until sound starts to loop again.

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The information that was collected aboe was without running alsaconf.

Results 1 to 21 of Digi don’t just “give away” compatibility. The system is working quite well with the exception of the sound though. Because of the sparse component placement, cable management is easily maintained even if the main ATX connector is at the rear of the board.

I’d recommend downloading and installing ftp: Sound looping issue still exists. However, the close proximity of the PCIe x16 and AGP slot means that only single slot cards can be used if you intend to go with a multi-monitor setup. All times are GMT Installation appeared to be successful, rebooted, no audio drivers in the device manager Any ideas? All I can say is good luck! All else is fine.


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If that will work for the time being, great. Have you went to ASRock and made sure you have their latest audio drivers? But sometimes sounds starts looping a small peace constantly.

I went ahead and put that old PCI soundcard in, it’s not 7. I’ll add it to my todo list of driver development. I think version 1. I called them and the tech told me to take out the motherboard and test because there could be an “out of place” brass fastener for the mobo that is touching the board underneath Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors.


The current unstable release is alsa Any solution to the “no audio device” problem. Hello guys I’m planning on buying an asrock dual vsta for my intel E I’m looking at it money wise I would like to know from the different users of this card on this forum if you encountered any problem using this one with pro tools 7 or 7.


Visit the following links: For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. I have to be an ass now, I cannot resist. It’s only useful when debugging an already defined codec, otherwise alsa will default to auto.

If you find one that works with all of your systems features, let me know and I’ll add your system to the driver. Send a private message to tony Those capabilities lines look a bit strange and in my system lots of interrupts are mapped to same IRQ number.