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Hi, First try turning off the onboard audio device using the BIOS interface. Try pressing f4, f2 or delete key rapidly at the flash screen beginning when you first turn on the computer. Look around in the bios (usually in "integrated periperals" area) and disable any onboard audio options that you see. -In windows XP you can go to Control panel - Sound Devices and change the "map through" feature, select your default device, and run a hardware test simulation with a microphone for each device. Nice setup btw.
The most common solution was this: open device manager click
"system devices" disable "microsoft UAA bus driver for high definition
audio" uninstall "UAA bus driver" make rescan devices (Note: Not all
had this step. You may want to skip it.) D.W. install realtek driver
the realtek driver includes the UAA driver too.Hope this
could problem be in motherboard config? i.e. if using motherboard sound hardware turn on in config, if using sound card, make sure motherboard sound hardware is off in configuration. it sounds simple, but after almost 15 years of building comps, i still get it wrong sometimes.sometimes
check whether your sound card present in the Control panel-sound and audio devices-audio-default play back device- recording device. if not then set maya 44 as your default audio play back device, next time if you start your machine. you might hear sound as it is sure. thank you !