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nForce Audio CNR help

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I just got a MSI K7N420 Pro system and a set of 4.1 speakers (Logitech Z-560).

I know that to get 2+ channels audio output, I need to use the CNR spf/dif card that came with it (I have it and it's installed) but not matter what I try (I checked a lot of forums and none of the solutions work) I can't get any sound out of the CNR card.

I updated my motherboard BIOS and have the latest nForce drivers.

One of the most annoying thing about the card is that I don't even know if it's installed on my system since I don't know the card's driver name.

What I need mostly is infos about the CNR card since neither nVidia and MSI provide any info other than the card being optional (yes but what if I already have the damn card??!!).

Rich.
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Go to the MSI site and download and install the nVidia nForce Unified driver package.

http://www.msi.com.tw/support/driver/mb_driver.htm
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You should probably read this information before installing, depending on your OS.

http://www.msi.com.tw/support/driver/download/chipset/nforce_ch/Installing_nforce_core_drivers.htm
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Any luck with the drivers mannycalaveras?
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What motherboard do you have?  Make sure it's a CNR slot your plugging into and not an AMR.  CNR isn't backwards compatible with AMR.
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Thanks for your help, Eric.

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