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For testing purposes, use an audio file that was installed with Windows XP. No, create an account now. Click Device Manager. If sound is heard from all speakers, troubleshooting is complete. weblink

The troubleshooter continues to work. OooMami, Mar 28, 2014 #4 OooMami Thread Starter Joined: May 8, 2013 Messages: 10 staticattic said: ↑ Its quite possible your audio card has failed or the drivers uninstalled. And the properties of what, where show you that the sound drivers are working properly? Look at the speaker icon to the right of the Volume Control slider.

To resolve this, see Step 8: Update the audio driver . Windows 8 Open the Control Panel. Charlie makoy on Thu, 24th Sep 2009 6:23 am hi..i reformatted my pc and after installing the driver of my motherboard..there is no sounds yet..i am using realtek and it

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Enter the model number of the computer, such as Pavilion p6230f or TouchSmart 9100. Click here to join today! Figure 19: Setting the default playback device Click Configure. In the BIOS Setup screen, press the F5 key.

Which section you use depends on whether sound is missing from all clips or only from some clips. It might also be that your sound card has been disabled, malfunctioning, or unavailable. If it helps, great, else do this for each default device, and see if any helps. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/17218-45-internal-speaker-volume Double-click the sound icon in the Systray and verify that all the sound volumes are mid-way or higher.

Download and install audio drivers from one of the following sites: Creative's support site: http://support.creative.com (in English) Realtek's download site: http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/ (in English) Test for sound. Find and select the advanced menu items that correspond to audio. Maybe I am not getting your problem exactly? Update the driver for your sound card, or install an ASIO driver.

You have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the audio drivers? Tom on Thu, 17th Dec 2009 7:33 pm Looks like a lot of people have problems with Windows XP audio. http://newwikipost.org/topic/SMfwCyyyho6hyrJhgsVKgcgzzo0wcwm7/Windows-Volume-Controls.html i used windows 7 before but there was no any sound problem but in windows xp it gives me sound error. To prevent damage to the speakers and to prevent fuses from blowing in the future, keep the following items in mind when using the computer: Turn off the speaker volume control If you do not hear sound, click Fail.

How do i find out if its on the motherboard or pci? have a peek at these guys Recent Comments News Posts on TWCNMicrosoft’s Project Torino helps visually impaired learn Coding the easy wayRansomware attackers use Installer Packages to hide malware deeperTest Drive Microsoft Teams to get hands-on experienceReset Windows Vista or 7 Open the Control Panel Click the Taskbar and Start Menu icon. Windows XP as well as a lot of applications use sounds to give feedback to the user, or to signal an event happening.

Press F10 to save the default BIOS settings. But most of the steps above would actually not make sense if the audio service is not running, so that might not be it. This is the most common sound setup for a desktop computer environment and includes many types of headphones, desktop speakers, 5.1 and 7.1 sound systems. http://roguewb.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-home-can-not-log-off.html One handy way of finding out which sound card is installed is to use a program like Belarc Advisor.

See our sound and sound card definitions for further information and related links. of China India - English New Zealand Southeast Asia (Includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam) - English 中国 中國香港特別行政區 台灣 日本 한국 Commonwealth of Independent States Includes Armenia, Azerbaijan, Vash The StampedeApr 21, 2009, 3:51 AM what did you do to get it to let you use your internal sound again?

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what should i do?? Anthony on Wed, 25th Nov 2009 6:34 pm @Nikhil - Where are you getting "no audio device"? Digital Output If you want to send all sound from the computer to digital speakers or a stereo digital device, make sure the playback device labeled with Digital Output is selected. If the volume is muted, click the Mute button to enable sound. when i try updating my cards...

Might be that the TV Tuner software affected the audio configuration in a way that can not be corrected through the regular audio settings. Tom on Fri, 18th Dec 2009 Thank You! Anthony on Wed, 23rd Mar 2011 4:07 pm @Shai - That new audio device looks like the audio component of a TV Tuner device, and not a webcam. If you open the device that is conflicting and view the properties, additional details about the conflict can be found. http://roguewb.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-repair-option-missing.html what do you think it could be? Anthony on Wed, 15th Apr 2009 9:49 am @hugo - I assume you have tried the steps in the article.

Loading... All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Open Menu Close Menu Apple Shopping Bag Apple Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music Support Search apple.com Shopping Bag : CommunitiesSign inPostBrowse To the right of that option, make sure the switch is set to On. Perform one of the following depending on whether you want to reset all BIOS to their factory defaults or only adjust the On-board Audio setting: Reset the BIOS configuration Perform the

If conflicts exist, skip down to the conflicts section. If I go in the volume control and mute the "wave" volume bar, it goes away, but of course I don't hear anything then. Anthony on Thu, 7th Apr 2011 Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Computer problem? If this does not work or is unable to locate the proper files, you need to get the latest sound drivers from your sound card manufacturer.

eMachine!!LOL, Windows XP, Yes, my computer ***. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? C Sub (orange) is for the center or subwoofer speaker. Figure 28: Device Manager audio device properties Click the Driver tab.

I have Windows xp media center; have done the troubleshooting above and elsewhere and have yet to come across any answers. I can hear others sounds the way I am supposed to, but I this music beat is always mixed in with it. The legacy audio drivers and video driver and showing no driver installed or may not require one... If the sound problems are present for all applications, there probably is something wrong with the hardware.

Click Open Volume Mixer, increase the volume, and then click Next to continue. Steps to Fix Sound Problems If you have an onboard audio card, you need to make sure the onboard audio device is enabled in the Bios. Click OK to close the Properties window. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.

staticattic, Mar 28, 2014 #2 staticattic Joined: Aug 10, 2004 Messages: 8 Its quite possible your audio card has failed or the drivers uninstalled staticattic, Mar 28, 2014 #3 OooMami Do you have any thoughts?