Question about Audio Cards
Hi, my system is not produsing any sound could u help me in this matter. I am using xp in my system .
Try these steps --
1) click on the sound icon in the tray and make sure that its turned up and not muted.
2) got to start -> control panel -> sounds and audio devices -> audio
and under default device click volume and make sure that its turned up
3) click on volume and check the settings there
4) reinstall your audio driver. i dont have your system info so i cant point you to the download site, but if the first 3 steps dont work let me know and gimmie your info, make, model, sound card type (If ya know it) etc and i'll help you
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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First has this ever worked?
If yes - Please verify that you have power going to your speakers (if power is needed) and that you are plugged into the correct port on the computer (usually green that says sound or line out)
You may want to test your speakers on other types of equiptment, such as a boom box or anything for that matter that supports the plug.
You may also want to try the computer with a different set of speakers.
If this works replace your speakers if not I would ask you what type of operating system do you run on your computer such as windows xp, '98, Vista ?
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Hi, Vijay, Just log onto the manufacturers website.
Depends on your make of laptop, Dell, Asus ETC.
On the site you will find downloads and support.
Click on this, locate your laptop madel and then your O/S and download the audio drivers you want.
If you are running XP on an old laptop [as I do for my work]
I have found the processor and ram are working at their limit to run XP and do not run the sound system.
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