No problem :) and you are correct, your sound card is integrated to your motherboard. The problem now is that after re-formatting, you have not installed the driver software for the sound card. You need sound card drivers for the G31T-M motherboard. Go to the link below and click on "External Mirror 1" or "External Mirror 2" and download the driver software. Install this, and restart your computer once. This ought to solve your problem!
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Many laptops have very small tinny sounding speakers built into them. If you wish to get better sound you can hook it up to a set of external speakers through the headphone port (or line out if it has it). You may also be able to get a set of USB powered external laptop speakers for your laptop.
You can check that there isn't dirt covering or stuck in the speaker grill, and that you don't have the volume too loud that it's overpowering the speakers.
Hi, The error Oxc00D11BA means that a media player like Windows Media Player is detecting a problem with your sound card so no sound is produced. This usually sorted out by updating or reinstalling your audio drivers.
All you have to do go to Dell's support website here and download & install the drivers for the audio >>>>>>>>
Have you ever had sound come out on this system using the same version of Windows before this problem surfaced?
Are the device drivers installed for the audio card (whether it was integrated onto the motherboard or an add-in card)? To see if the device drivers appear to be installed or missing, please check the Device Manager. Also make sure the device is not muted or have any warnings issues to it.
If all the above possibilities checked out OK then I am guessing the problem could be that either the sound is muted or the output hardware (sound card itself, speakers or headphones) is the culprit. Check in Control panel to make sure the sound was not muted. Check the connections to the speakers/headphones, make sure it was plugged in the right jack, if possible try another or try the same speakers/headphones in another working system to check.
If none of these helped or you need further help, then please provide more details about your problem.
hi im josh in cebu phils.may i help you? Friend after installing new o.s or after formating the media didn't work because no media driver is installed like sound, or video,etc. so yes you need to download the driver of that motherboard inorder to make the media player works.or if you have the motherboard driver.install it the media driver is also built on it. thats all my friend good luck hope i helped you.
Go to Dell's Support site and enter your Service Tag. This will produce a list of drivers for your machine. Download and install the latest audio driver for your machine. The audio may be integrated on the motherboard, so you may need to install the chipset driver as well.
To Update Your Windows Media player download the K-Lite codex which will come with its own player and its better than VLC player, the only advantage VLC has is that one can easily integrate subtitles of all formats, other than that K-Lite is better. Hope it helps, Goodluck =)
You need to find out wich soundcard is inside your computer. If it is a brand pc or a laptop just repost the problem with correct model (eg: dell optiplex 800, Ibm 600, etc.). If not you need to open the cabinet and check which serial numbers are printed on your sound card, or on your motherboard if soundcard is integrated with motherboard.
post all numbers and you should get the right driver.