On Monday 13 September 2004 07:09 am, John DeStefano <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 

> You might also try disabling ACPI; I have the same board and this
> worked for me.  Of course, getting the other onboard stuff to work
> properly has been a whole different challenge....
> ~John

Speaking of which, do you know which specific sound driver should be 
enabled in the kernel? I have:

device          sound
device          snd_sbc

Which doesn't work. However, in 5.2.1 this worked (which is no longer 
applicable in 5.3):

device          pcm

I know this board uses MCP-T, but am not sure what it needs as far as 
driver support.

- jt
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