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I had same thing fan would scream then off went PC open case there on mother board along side of heatsink there are 7 compactors that is if it has M2N-68-LA mother board if tops of copastors are rusty looking they need to be replased
Hello, Unplug your PC. Open the case and carefully take out your RAM(memory) and Cmos battery (the round battery like that in most wrist watches) for about an hour or two. But before you touch anything please discharge yourself of any static electricity by touching a bare (unpainted) metal part of the case. Now put them back in and see the results. If the problem persists, get the RAM out and clean the golden edges of the RAM with a good eraser and try again. If it still persists, then it is very likely we are dealing with a mother board problem. In this case, you may have to get a professional to check it for you.
May be too basic, but first :
1. Check whether you have installed speakers in the Speaker Out socket
2. Speakers are powered on properly, try on another system for confirmation if possible.
3. Check whether your Microsoft XP with Service Pack 2 ? If not, install SP2 first and try reloading the drivers.
4. Drivers are available at :