I have a very strange pbm, where the sound drivers are installed fine.. and it is working fine..if i open a movie it plays for a while and the sound stops after 5-10 mins.. only the video is on... i will have to mute and unmute the sound card... evry time to listen to the sound and the sound clarity is reverbing and not clear....
any one help me on this...
using a Giga byte mother board... AMD 2600XP+ processor... 120 GB HD...
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Make sure that your sound card driver is installed and functional: try playing a song. If it works, or other video/movie produce sound, then the decoder 'Codecs' available may not be compatible with the format of the video/movie you are trying to play now: instead of microsoft media player, try installing and using another player such as the free VLC: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ Hope it helps.
Yes I have a t61 myself but I have a master image for where I work. Although they have all the correct software, drivers, programs etc that the t61 requires to run properly, I find that there are still some problems with the sound as well. SOMETIMES, not always, the sound will not work with the speakers OR the headphones. This may not be the exact same problem as yours, but for some strange reason, I fix it just by putting the laptop on standby and then starting it up again. Yes, it is strange, but it works for me :)
Your Codec is damaged. Reload your drivers for your sound card. First uninstall the old ones. Moving your non working speakers and they play fine says they are good. I have a problem that you have new speakers and the problem went away. Drivers do not care what speakers are on the other end. It only produces output. Now that your second pair is working correctly, put back the Harmons and see if the problem comes back
you have to download the sound drivers and install the software..can't give you the exact driver as haven't specified much about your PC. still try to download one of the common driver like realtek- Ac97... from the following URL .. http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=14&PFid=23&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false
or try to download other audio drivers and install it...your problem would be fixed.
This is very likely, as you note, a driver problem. Start by installing the latest DirectX package from Microsoft and rebooting.
In device manager, find the sound card and then click UNINSTALL HARDWARE or REMOVE HARDWARE. Go into ADD REMOVE PROGRAMS and remove all sound drivers and software you see. REBOOT. The system will now find the "new" sound card and do a new install. Try giving it the latest drivers you can find first.
Breaking up audio is also sometimes due to resource conflicts. In device manager open the properties window for the sound card and generally bugger around trying to change the resource allocations (IRQs etc.) and rebooting - this sometimes works.
If this doesn't help, you need to find and install legacy drivers, one after another, for that sound card. Also try identifying what chip set the sound card is, and going to the manufacturer of the card and looking for old drivers.