So I bought stuff for a computer, got it all set up, and my sound isn't working correctly. I got a Chaintech VNF3-250 motherboard. I don't know if this is the only company that does onboard sound this way, but it's 5.1 or something like that, it has the 3 normal plugs (output, input, mic) on the motherboard, and then it comes with a seperate card. I don't know what slot it is, it's below all the PCI slots though. It's kind of like a 56k modem slot, but it's longer. Anyway, I installed the drivers that came with the motherboard, and the output/input/mic jacks work fine, but the jacks on the extra card don't work. I tried taking it out, and putting it back in, nothing. I looked on the motherboard driver CD, and I tried to run (if any of you guys have used this motherboard) d:\audio\PCI\cmedia\setup.exe, and the following error occurs:
Information - Can not find audio chip
with a few sentences saying it can't be found. I'm running Windows XP Professional. Any thoughts on why it's not working?