I have a asrock hm55m/usb3 motherboard with Realtek HD Audio Codec.
Intel Core I3 530 processor with build-in graphics, 4gb ddr3 ram.
I installed Windows XP SP3 and the onboard audio doesn't work.
Asrock suggests to try the latest realtek driver (which is WDM_R265), however i get no sound.
The driver is not at 'digital-only'.
I tried reinstalling windows several times but cannot activate audio.
Maybe this doesn't work on a i3 processor ???
Any sequence to follow when installing drivers on windows ?
500points for who can actually solve this one ! [edited by MASQ]
Have you disabled the on-board SPDIF support? Otherwise it will be trying to output digital audio.
Then you need a Realtek ALC892 codec installer, if this is a clean SP3 install you should already have
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