Similarly, you can disable the serial ATA controller – you then have to manually disable the serial header on the motherboard serial ATA is enabled by default; to disable serial ATA place the jumpers to position ; see manual, section 2. I was doing some maintenance on my htpc last night. Check your motherboard documentation. I’ve heard of others not getting any sound. Join the community here. The document is distributed “as is”.

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XP XP Memory configuration: If you know what you are doing use the modified BIOS version that unveils some hidden functions by Asus 1. The formula used is: Do note that based on user reports the revision 1. I have heard of different problems occuring for different people, but when I had the front audio jack connected I could only get the left channel out of the rear speakers but not the right!

How to Tweak and Configure the nForce2 Chipset and ASUS A7N8X for Digital Audio Recording

TechSpot Account Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. Later revisions use the A3 Northbridge chipset.

Do you already have an account? To get the latest users’ experiences on memory compatibility crosscheck your information with nForce2 forums on the Internet – this link provides good information. If you are not using onboard x7n8x and midi IRQ 10 by default you can free up irq positions by disabling these resources.


ASUS A7N8X – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – nForce2 SPP

You must log in or sign up to reply here. The yellow arrow indicates the location of the bridge to cut. It wouldn’t be the first damaged audio jack I’ve seen. Note that there are incompatibility issues reported with the Matrox G video card and nForce2 in audio applications www.

There is currently no A7nx8 fix for this issue.

The author cannot guarantee any further support to readers than what a7b8x presented here. Newer Corsair modules do not have these problems auxio the programming of the memory has changed. Hier bieten wir wissenshungrigen Anwendern und Technik-begeisterten Musikern gehaltvolle Informationen zu unseren Produkten.

A fine copper wire is attached as a bridge in the marked holes as to get access to the lower multiplier settings. Next you have to set the Memory Timings, where you select “User Defined”. You can either have the front audio jack or the rear speak jack, but not both. You have by default a maximum of four independent interrupts spread across the PCI slots and Serial ATA controller if onboard audio and midi are in use.

You can finally motherboardd, exit BIOS and re-boot. To cut the bridge you can preferably use a razor or X-acto knife.

I was actually just searching around to see if anyone had found a solution yet i’ve been putting up with it for 18mths now.

A7N8X Deluxe | ASUS Global

Proceed and adjust Memory Timing, which is one of the most important things to configure to achieve a stable system. This is a simple operation and actually won’t take very long – but remember to be careful while you do it so not other bridges are being damaged.


There have been various reports of problems with the 3COM interface not operating reliably at Mbit speed 10 Mbit seems to work. Another Sound query with A7N8X On the same vein can anyone with the deluxe board confirm if they have 4 x screws around the processor holding the board down?

It is a bit late but I have just had this problem when I bought a new case last wednesday.

To automatically unlock the multiplier settings you’ll need to upgrade to the BIOS 1. I have them plugged into the lime green middle plug in the back. You will also need two motherhoard modules to get dual channel memory performance positioned in either slot in 1 and 3 or in 2 and 3.

ASUS A7N8X – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – nForce2 SPP Overview – CNET

A summarized table of users’ experiences with compatible memory includes, but is not limited, to:. Ohh, a completely rediculous idea, but if you get bored try disconnecting your front panel headers completely.

I was doing some maintenance on my htpc last night.