Hi guys and gals. I don't know if anyone of your are computer builders in your spare time, or as a living. I recently purchased a second hand MSI (Microstar international) motherboard from Ebay, (990FXA-GD65) with processor and RAM, for a shade over £70, now I have installed this into a case for my father, who was having some issue with an old computer he had, that blew up. I'd assembled it with new psu, re used the hdd and a new dvd writer and graphics card, plus this bundle. I've installed windows and drivers but I am getting no sound from any of the jacks, its not even detecting anything is plugged in. Anyway, I've tried updated drivers, older drivers, checked the bios settings, but still no sound. So yanked it back out to get the serial numbers. The board appears to be less than 12 months old from the date of manufacture and is within the 3 year warranty offered by MSI, so I've registered the board and opened a support ticket with them. Despite the lack of paperwork, does anyone think the chances are slim that the board may be replaced under the warranty, even though it is mentioned that if you don't have copys of the receipt etc that they will assume warranty starts from the date of manufacture rather than the purchase date.