ASRock K7S41GX SiS USB 2.0 Driver Windows XP
ASRock K7S41GX SiS USB 2.0 Driver
Thank you for purchasing ASRock K7S41 / K7S41GX motherboard, SiS GX, [email protected] MHz, AGP 8X/4X SiS L, supports USB , ATA Memory. I desperately need to activate USB function in Windows 98 SE, motherboard: ASRock K7S41 (SiS L southbridge). Neither MS, nor the. Motherboard: ASRock K7S41GX Neither the ASRock nor the SIS site or google points to an actual SIS Chipset driver. I was only able to find IDE drivers, graphics, USB (which all work for me) and the audio of course (which doesn't It just stalls and after restart the BIOS set up still says version
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ASRock K7S41GX SiS USB 2.0 Driver
ASRock K7S41 mATX Computer Motherboard AMD Base/socket a 462 AGP USB 2.0 SIS 741
Note that some Ethernet chips also need firewire drivers to work. Never be afraid to ask. This forum has some of the best people in the world available to help. If it has been installed, updating overwrite-installing may fix problems, add new functions.
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If you know who made the chip you may find a ASRock K7S41GX SiS USB 2.0 7 driver on the chip manufacture's web site. I know I should do it as Admin, and hope I did it so. I can press exit and when I do it says "successfully installed, please restart".
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But, after restart a message comes on from C-Media saying "can not find audio chip". It will usually say "new hardware found" too.
Neither Windows can find the driver automatically then nor does it work when I manually point Windows to the C-media driver from from the folder. Usually what happens then is two or three scenarios: Also, there's usually up to 7 new unknown devices listed under "other devices", and sometimes one under "audio devices".
All of them with a yellow question mark beside them. After the restart they're usually greyed out but they shouldn't be there at all, should they. On top of that there's always another gameport showing up which really bugs me.
What does that have to with setting up the audio? How do I find the right drivers for these?
As usual, neither Windows nor the folder seem to provide something functional. In the beginning of my installation attempts there was also a greyed out entry found named "SM Bus Controller".
So it's not perfect. But if ran with noems it has the full package of memory available for loadhigh.
No audio, neither with on-board nor PCI card
I'm a little sorry I already installed my Audigy 2 ZS on it as I would now like to see if it has the non-maskable interrupts my ASRock K7S41GX SiS USB 2.0 needs for dos sound. Well, I'll have the new board to play with. Proddy Parrot here I come! Maybe I won't bother since I have better soundcards and Dosbox. Another thing weird about the bios optimized defaults is it turns on all that wakeup stuff that is usually disabled on most default bios's.
I found out when I breathed practically, maybe I bumped my desk and the system booted up by itself.