Question about Sony Audio Cards
I have a problem with my pc.I try to play a cd or run media player ,but i can not get any sound out of my speakers . all volume control are on and all speaker wires are pluggeed in .
heres a suggestion go back to xp service pack 2. service pack is very easy to use and more compatibility than sp3. right now my 10 pc's are all xp sp2 and they have no problems about the sound.hope that helps
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
SOURCE: speaker problem
hi im josh!may i help you? seldom you can find keyboards having audio controllers. you can adjust the volume through the icon a small circle or small speaker button near the time bar right lower corner of the screen.or you can go to start buttons, then run then type dxdiag. upon viewing the diaglog box.you select audio controllers then try to adjust the volume. and this could be done if you are using windows xp. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
When you install the sound card drivers, they disable ALL motherboard sound functions, and enable them on the sound card, meaning you can do the same things, with better quality, you just need to connect everything to the soundcard or it won't work. SO then you cannot connect any sound to the front of the computer anymore, but a soundcard should have plenty of connections on the back side of the PC.
From what I understood from your story, you switched cassette players AND installed a sound card. If I were you I'd first install the sound card drivers, then try to play audio with the old cassette player, and see wether that works. If it does, your new cassette player has another (if at all) output than the old one. Then you'll just have to use the old one. If it does not work, your soundcard is the problem, which seems a bit odd. Soundcards are usually meant to do more than on-board sound, not less. I'd contact your manufacturer and ask wether it's normal this doesn't work, or that the card's broken.
I hope this helps,
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: No sound from built in speakers
Have you checked on your hardware list to make sure the device is functioning properly? It may have something to do with the driver as well.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Download the latest drivers from the hp website for your computer.Un-install the present one and reboot your computer.Install the drivers once windows come up.This should take care of it.If not it could be your os.Last thing you should consider is the sound card itself which is built on the motherboard.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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