No, not until we know what the sound chip is. The Gigabyte website has no such model listed. The closest match is GA-8I865PEM-775 (rev. 1.x) which contains ADI/SoundMAX AD1885, 1888 chipset for OS's: Windows XP 32bit, Windows Me, Windows 2000 posted here:
If your sound chip is different, then give us the brand and chip number or open Device Manager, double-click the sound device, click the Details tab and give me the 1st. line of text. eg: the hardware id string. It should start with PCI\VEN......