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Windows 7: My frontal audio panel doesn't work. Drivers?

28 Mar 2009   #1

My frontal audio panel doesn't work. Drivers?

I'm spanish so my english is not perfect, I'm sorry:

I have a IV880-10 (viewed in CD) AsRock motherboard, "Intel core 2 cpu" , 4coredual-VSTA.

When I had winXP, the front audio panel works perfectly but now with 7057 they won't work. I had installed the last audio codecs from realtek but the motherboard drivers (from CD) are incompatible and they don't let me install it on the 7057.

I tried to install them with the compatibility mode (Vista and XP) , but after the restart win7 was damaged and started a "restore system".

So... frontal audio don't are my life, but i like them because they are very confortable to connect my speakers to mp3, ipod, and nother devices.

I'm a little newbie about this, so please can anyone tell me what have I to do to make my frontal audio panel works?

Do I need to download the 4coredual-VSTA drivers from ? (bios?, audio?, hdd?)
Or simply is the 7057 that in this moment doesn't support my motherboard front panels?
Or.......`[I really don't know!]

If any information is needed, please make me know it.

Thank you!
ˇMuchas gracias!


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28 Mar 2009   #2

7600.20510 x86

try going to Welcome To VIA Arena ..., chose the correct chipset drivers for audio on windows vista and install. Or you could also try windows update.
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28 Mar 2009   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64

Hi Yakyllan and welcome to the forum,

You need to go to the Realtek website and download the latest drivers, have a look here and get the ones for Vista not XP


Or here for the direct download link

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28 Mar 2009   #4


Thank you so much for your quickly replies

I'll try your solutions and will make you know if it is done later

Thank you!
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