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Re: audio card problem
I assume you tried another speakers. if you did, problem is probobly in card itself. not many options when it comes to on-board cards, disable it on BIOS and buy a new one. if you still have warranty for motherboard, replace it.
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Hi, I had the same problem, but it was easily fixed. The problem is not really uncommon -- the new video card tries to take over your PC sound as well as your graphics -- and they don't give you any heads up or options about it. Assuming you want to use your new card, the other advice in the previous post is not helpful -- removing the drivers through a System Restore will make your card useless. One of the first questions you need to find out is if you are getting your sound on board through the Mother Board or through a sound card. One quick and simple way that might work is go into your Control Panel for sound, go to Audio, and under Sound Playback try to restore your old sound setting.
If that doesn't work, you can look under your Device Manager (For XP, right click on My Computer, click on Properties, and click on Hardware, then go into the Device Manager). Look for the sound section and check for conflicts. Also right-click on your old default sound settings and try to re-install them or check for hardware changes. Then re-boot the system. If that fails, then go into your PC Setup when the computer is first powered on. (usually by pressing the Esc key or one of the F keys, depending on your computer brand). Be careful with what you change since this can totally mess up your system if you are like a bull in a china shop. Where your sound section is, change the setting to "On" for onboard motherboard sound, instead of Off or Auto. That cured my problem instantly.
You didnt say what operating system you are using. If you are using XP you may need to update xp then reinstall. DirectX 9 has to be installed before most of the newer sound drivers will even try to install. If your copy is XP or XP sp1 you probably just need to udate dx9
Right click my computer icon, click properties, select hardware then
click device manager, check the audio device you can see the yellow
question mark,insert mother cd driver then right click the yellow
question mark and update the driver. otherwise change the audio driver..
I have been working on this for months and finally got everything including front audio panel going. First Download the latest realtek audio drivers available from intel's website or go here and download #3 http://downloadcenter.intel.com/filter_results.aspx?strTypes=all&ProductID=2839&OSFullName=Windows%2A+XP+Home+Edition&lang=eng&strOSs=45&submit=Go%21. Next goto control panel and add/remove programs then look for realtek audio drivers that have been previously installed. Remove program if one is found. Then go to device manager (right click my computer, go to properties, Then hardware, then device manager. Click on the"+" in front of system devices. Find "microsoft uaa bus driver for high defintion audio". Right click that and select, "disable". Then right click it again and "unintstall" the device. This will allow you to install the audio drivers on your disc, or ones you have downloaded to install without an error message. Once done install your audio drivers and restart your PC and windows should start dectecting your new hardware. An installation wizzard pops up. Install the files needed yourself from a specific location, not a disk. It will ask for location of file name "hdaudbus.sys". That file is in C:/Windows/System32 folder. If it's not there, which it should be, just find and download that one file but it should already be there. I have done all this on xp home ed, sp3. I now have sound, and my front audio panel works. Please let me know if you have any problems by emailing me at email@example.com
check device manager desription, and error log.. if all normal (i know its sounds stupid) but make sure nothing ismuted, if there is the third parts realtek aidio manager there, make sure that hasnt muted anything.. if everything is normal and still nothing, try un-installing drivers completely in devce manager, restarting system, and re-installing them again..