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  • franklincoca Oct 21, 2008

    I can´t find the right driver for my sound card

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My computer does not recognize the sound card anymore.


Usually happens when Windows is reinstalled, such as using a Restoration/Recovery disk.

Sometimes Windows just has a brain f@rt.

Looses the address to the Driver file

(All the files on the Harddrive have an Address.
Losing the address could be equated, to loosing an address to someone's house, or a place of business.
Don't know the address of the house, or business, you won't find them)

Suggestion is to download AND install, the driver file for the Soundcard

Driver: Small piece of software that allows the Operating System to communicate with a device

The device is the audio chipset.
Do not know which version of Windows is being used, for the Operating System

Soundcard
A heavily misused term

Misused if meaning Integrated Audio.
Audio (Sound) chipset is mounted (Soldered) directly to the motherboard, and is NO soundcard.

A Soundcard is a sound adapter card, that is plugged into the motherboard.

IF it is truly a soundcard, I need the manufacturer's name, and model number of the soundcard. The model number will be on it.

If it is Integrated Audio we will go on...........

[The I/O area of the computer is on the Back of the desktop computer.
The I/O area is part of the motherboard.

I/O stands for Input/Output.
So this means the I/O area, is the area on the motherboard, where Input devices are plugged in, and Output devices are plugged in.

Some common Input devices are the Mouse, and Keyboard.
Some common Output devices are the Monitor, and Speakers.

Speakers. SOUND.
If the audio cables are plugged into an audio port in the I/O area, you are using Integrated Audio.

I/O area. Rectangular area, that also has the sheet metal, I/O Shield surrounding it.

The Horizontal slots on the back of the computer, (In the metal framework), are Expansion Slots.
The back end of an expansion adapter card are seen in these slots, IF one is installed.

A Soundcard is a type of expansion adapter card.
It's a sound adapter card.
Soundcard

IF you truly have a Soundcard, it will be in one of these Horizontal slots ]


ECS Support > ECS P965T-A > Main support page,

http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/Downloads_Driver_Detail.aspx?MenuID=61&LanID=0&detailid=666

Scroll down a little, click on the white subheading - Sound

Driver name - Realtek High Definition Audio Driver
Version 2.40 (5700)

Go to the bottom of the 'chart', and to the right of - Download,
click on the country NAME nearest yours.
A small window will come up -
Opening 3_Realtek_1021.zip

Make SURE there is a Green dot in the small circle, to the left of -
Save File
IF not; left-click on the small empty circle, to the left of - Save File.
Now go below in the window, and click on OK

A small download window will come up.
Allow the file to fully download, then DOUBLE-click right on it.
If a Microsoft 'Squawk Box' comes up, click on OK.
Security warning comes up after that, click on Run.
(It's from ECS. Elitegroup Computer Systems.
It IS OK)

In the next small window, go to the far left side, click on -
Extract all files
At the bottom of the next 3 small windows click on -
Next, Next, and Finish.

If you are Not asked to restart your computer, do so.
(WinXP: Click on Start > Turn Off Computer > Restart)

No Volume icon in your system tray?
(Tray at bottom of desktop screen. Look to the right. The Volume icon is a Speaker symbol)

Using WinXP for an example;
Click on Start > Control Panel > Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices
At the bottom right click on Sounds and Audio Devices

Under the blue subheading - Device volume - make sure there is a Green checkmark, in the small square to the left of -
Place volume icon in the taskbar. (Taskbar = System tray)

IF not; left-click in the small empty square, to the left of -
Place volume icon in the taskbar

Now go below to the Right, and click on - Apply
Then go below to the Left, and click on OK

For ANY additional questions please post in a Comment.

I can explain in more detail, or more simply, if needed.
There is NO such thing as a stup-id question. It's just a question that hasn't been asked yet.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Feb 05, 2013 | ECS P965T-A Rev 1.0B Socket 775 DDR2...

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I use the P5PE-VM from Asus, and already installed Windows 7 on it, but the soundcard doesn't recognize.. Can you suggest what driver for soundcard that I must install on my PC..


uplug sound card on start up and plug back in if windows still doesnt reconize the drive the min. it pops on right side computer click on it trouble shoot it.

Feb 14, 2011 | ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard

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No sound


If the sound card doesnt show up in device manager - Go to bios and enable Sound

If the soundcard shows up in Device manager, but there is no driver:

Install Soundcard drivers from here:

http://www.foxconnchannel.com/support/downloads.aspx?ProductModel=45GM&TypeID=en-us0000004

Jan 06, 2011 | Foxconn 45CMX socket LGA775 motherboard...

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Sound driver for my intel mboard D946DZAB


1. Visit the Intel site at www.intel.com from there you should be able to download the driver for your soundcard
2. If not your driver may be archived and you will have to contact tech support or customer support to have them send you the installation disk.
3. Another solution is to purchase another soundcard and install it with new drivers for the new soundcard.
Most computers will disable the on board soundcard and direct sound to the new soundcard

Feb 02, 2010 | Motherboards

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Sounds not work


Good day sir/ma'am, hi, If your motherboard does not produce sound, it could be any of the following:
  1. Your device driver for the sound is not yet installed. locate the CD that come with your motherboard. your sound card model is realtek alc 650 as shown in this website: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c00006230 if you cannot find the driver download it from this site: http://driverscollection.com/?file_cid=4053691085452095b98d66543d7.
  2. Your volume is either in mute or i a low volume setting. Check the taskbar at the lower right side of the desktop if you see a speaker icon, right click it and set the volume level to high.
  3. Your speakers is not connected to the audio port. Check the baby plug stereo speaker connector to the green audio port at the back panel of the PC, (usually pink, blue and green are side by side)
  4. Your speakers are not working properly. If you have portable mp3 players, plug in your speakers to it for testing.
  5. Worst come to worst if your green audio port is the defective one. you can use the blue one provided you enable 4 channel, so sound is sent to the blue port.
  6. your built in sound card is bad, you can get a replacement soundcard of any brand, provided its PCI slot. or get those small USB type sound card.
If I miss anything feel free to ask, hope these will solve your sound problems.

Nov 08, 2009 | MSI MS-6390 (-6390-010) Motherboard

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Not working


Go to the computer manufacturers website. Look for -> Support.
It may state Support & Downloads. On the Support page, type your computer model name and model number in the search box. Click on the down arrow to the right of the box, or it may have -> Go.

Choose the Operating System you're using.

On this page look for Drivers & Software Downloads. Click on it. Now click on the drivers you need, and download them. Click on Run, and click on Run again. Ignore the Microsoft 'Squawk Box'.
After you have downloaded and installed all your drivers, restart your computer.

Or, go to the motherboard manufacturers website, and enter the model number of your motherboard in the appropriate box. Click on go, to the right of the box. Click on Drivers downloads.

Now, if you don't have the CD that came with your sound card, go to the soundcard manufacturers website. Enter your soundcard model name and number. Look for the drivers.

Mar 26, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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I purchesed old desktop model.. asus 2001. its sound system is not working. i dont have mother board key c.d.. on mother board its displayed .....n vidia P5080477 0536A2 S taiwan


hi,
i hope this helps. since you don't have any idea what your mobo is, it's best to have adiagnostic tool installed (everest ultimate or belarc advisor). you can download them for free inb the internet.it will give you many useful information about your system.
you can also go to your control panel and look for device manager and look for a highlighted device (ususally colored orange or with a question mark) and right click it for properties and look for driver problems. xp will give you suggestions on how to fix it.
finally if the builtin sound is really busted, you can install a seperate pci soundcard and install the soundcard together with the driver oof that souncard if windows does not automatically detect and install that soundcard.

Jan 13, 2009 | Motherboards

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Soundcard aspire m1620


http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/SOUND-CARD/OTHER-SOUNDCARDS/Microsoft-UAA-Bus-Driver-for-High-Definition-Audio.shtml

1) Download the drivers from the above site Microsoft UAA drivers and install them First
2) go to " Device Drivers " and right click on the sound one scroll down and upgrade driver it will go on net and find and install them
B4 it can load sound drivers it need the UAA driver first
this should fix it
Please post a fixya for me

Sep 03, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Soundcard problem


If it is on board sound you probably need the M/soft UAA drivers

http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/SOUND-CARD/OTHER-SOUNDCARDS/Microsoft-UAA-Bus-Driver-for-High-Definition-Audio.shtml
Go to the above site and download and install them
then go to device driver right click sound and upgrade them it will go on net to find and install them

Sep 01, 2008 | Packard Bell DR724 Motherboard

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Matsonic ms8318e sound drivers


Hi, search this website,
http://www.soundcard-drivers.com/companies/629.htm
The driver you are looking for is on the list on this page.
Regards mistyman

Nov 17, 2007 | Motherboards

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