The Intel® Desktop Board DPERL may contain design defects or errors known as errata that may cause the product to deviate from. Intel Desktop Board DPERL – motherboard – ATX – Socket – iPE overview and full product specs on CNET. The DPERL is Intel’s PE-based enthusiast desktop motherboard and is probably the most interesting desktop motherboard they’ve.
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Results 1 to 13 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Joined Nov Posts 1. I have had Intel Mobo’s in the past, the Perl to name one It fails each and every time using the disk drivers and the ones used off the download site. The bit drivers worked, but due to lack of support and apps for bit apps, I moved down to bit WinXP. Ideas would be appreciated.
I do have a x32 os and I can not seem to find out how to get the audio working. I tired to email sigmatel they replied send me to some other company and the other company to me to contact intel.
So I am waiting for an reply from intel and If they can help me fix it I will post is here again, If you already know how to please tell me, Ibtel you Guru. Joined Dec Posts 2. Originally Posted by brunp.
Hello there, I am new to the forum and new to this specific motherboard.
Your finished and now you can install your sigmatel drivers. Just a key note here for you guys, as well Joined Feb Posts 3. Originally Posted by rengaming. It also probably wouldn’t hurt to upgrade your BIOS to the new version if you haven’t done that yet, either.
Also, if you plan per865 using Vista Ultimate make sure you do not install the Intel ;erl865 monitoring software. It isn’t fully compatable to Vista.
ati2mtag error on 9700NP, WinXP – is it the driver or the card? (do I send it back? 🙁 )
Anyway, I hope this helps you correct your audio problem. Joined Feb Posts 2. This is what I get if I try to install the latest driver: I would really appreciate your help. Originally Posted by eojeda First their support department told me that I had to reinstall Win XP Pro because according to their intergalactic diagnostic I have no idea how they got into my pc, hear this “my reduced version of Win XP Pro Sp2” was the problem, it was “corrupted” I still wonder how these geniuses where able to determine “corrupted” by just looking at the error messages I sent them, but anywayand the only way to solve the problem was to do a complete reinstall.
After emails and the classic “I am wrong according to Intel and they are right according to Today, after being able to install and run other applications, in fact more complicated than “3rd class audio drivers” and also installing with NO problems Win XP Pro SP3, I have to say that Intel is wrong and is only trying to cover their back and blame someone else, in this case Microsoft.
I hope someday they learn how to tell the truth instead of telling lies. The only think that does not work is their IDT audio. Please don’t post suggestions to uninstall it because it will fail. If I try to install a newer version above the old one it will also fail. I guess I should buy better hardware next time. Image your C drive install. There are plenty programs that do this.
Sigmatel transitioned to IDT the hardware bizso there may be specific product and revisions that works with specific driver revisions – copyright issues?
If you have the older Sigmatel chip it will not work with newer drivers. The chip should tell you who manufactured it. To do this, you need to remove the UAA driver first. This is available in the ‘hidden devices’ under Device Manager. You cannot do this without booting in safe mode.
Once you install the UAA driver, the device should search for drivers and you should be able to point it to a new location. If it doesn’t work, restore your image. I took a long time to figure out this thing, and kntel I did, I wish I hadn’t – the perl86 audio on that board was horrendous.
Intwl only experience with Intel has not been great either, but the onboard Sigmatel worked with all drivers up to the point I sold it, and was of very good quality.
Joined Oct Posts inteo. I own a DP35DP and haven’t succeeded to install the audio drivers yet, too. Today I spent again pelr865 hours to follow the newer hints. When performing the driver install the wizard asks me to reboot. On reboot the wizard examines the audio configuration it does the same before, during install! There is no unknown device showing up in the device manager under “Audio and game controllers”.
However, two unknown PCI devices show up.
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Renaming InstallShield folder doesn’t help. BIOS Update doesn’t help. Latest audio drivers from Intel prrl865 don’t help. I didn’t understand the latest posting here: What do you mean by “UAA can only be removed in safe mode”?
Isn’t this quite a shame for Intel? The only option seems to be a reinstall of XP, but that’s no option for me. How do I find out the precise audio chip on my board? All times are GMT The time now is