Are you using desktop speakers or a headset? Or 1GB in each slot max. If you decide to do a Repair install of Windows, have a minimal system, and if need be add things after the installation. I am now set up and everything is working fine. Cracking and popping when any noise is made. Basically, I didn’t get an answer about whether my board can only take 2GB RAM in total, or per slot- it must mean in total.

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The reason you are seeing 3GB as your memory amount is because bit operating systems like XP can’t see more than aduio, and have problems reporting that amount. I was given a driver disc with the motherboard which just contained the HD Audio driver- which I installed, but the onboard sound isn’t being detected by Windows well, I can’t choose it anyway. But it quickly became clear that this wasn’t happening.

I think you are trying to describe something abnormal, but we oldies are a little narrow minded.

Did you per chance move the hard disk with Windows over from a different system? Are you using desktop speakers or a headset? The entire time, the computer has never asked for any audio drivers or tried telling me that I have an audio card that’s not installed. Or you might wan to buy a noise canceling mic which tries to only pick-up anything above a certain db range.

Help Cant enable Onboard Audio ( MSI K9VGM-V )

The slow boot-up may be caused by too much ram because XP may be trying to reference areas of the RAM the board cannot see. Today, I have clean installed on the system with nothing additional plugged in- just a clean install on the SATA drive, and since I installed XP I’ve done nothing except collect all the updates for my board that the MSI site gives. Oh and Windows is taking way too long to boot up, probably about seconds on the black splash screen.


Please login or register. My creative sound-blaster x-fi card sound manager has an option of making the mic jack an output under settings button, you might want to check that out.

I’ve installed XP and have done all Windows updates, although I was getting a lot of crashing while that was happening. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling drivers, as well as the muting of the mic in audio properties. I am now set up and everything is working fine.

MSI K9VGM-V, AM2+, AMD Motherboard

I removed one of my two audoi and just like that, I rebooted and the High Definition Audio was discovered. I’m a little confused because both bios and XP are telling me that I have 3Gb installed All I have in Device Manager is what I listed above.

So you must be doing something right to get the board to see 3GB!!! I think your long boot up time and problematic installation might have to do with Windows not understanding your system.

To where is it connected? After Windows you install motherboard drivers, sound drivers, network drivers. Basically, I didn’t get an answer about whether my board can only take 2GB RAM in total, or per slot- it must mean in total. That being the case you might be able to adjust the mic volume on recording side of sound options or a lot of newer sound cards offer a noise canceling option on the mic properties area of aftermarket sound manager.


Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am not sure if this is a hardware problem or not. Also, the Audigy 2 is being detected, but the sound is coming through very badly. I’m normally able to deal with this issue upon a new install, but I’m stumped with this.

Also, I’m having a hard time getting fully up and running with sound.

k9vgm-v motherboard sound problem

There’s no audio drivers listed in the driver section for this board either. I have this board and the manual states 2GB supported memory.

How about these helping questions? Lets say you have your headphones on and put on winamp to play music, now you hit the vent button to talk but the person you are talking to hears the music going on you are playing. Or 1GB in each slot max.

Right now, I’ve just installed XP from scratch again and have installed nothing except the latest drivers via the MSI online updater thing I removed the other sound card and wireless receiver and left the machine as I got it.