SOUND CONTROLLS ON P4 TITAN MOTHERBOARD NOT WORKING
I HAVE INSTALLED A SOUNDBLASTER 5.1 SOFTWARE ON A P4 MOTHERBOARD BUT MY SOUND CONTROLLS ARE NOT WORKING, AND MY COMPUTER CAN STILL NOT PICK THE SOUND CARD, DO YOU THINK THE PROBLEM COULD BE THE SOUND CONTROLLS THAT ARE NOT WORKING? IF YES, HOW DO I ACTIVATE THE CONTROLLS, DO I NEED THE SOUND CONTROLLER DRIVERS FOR P4 TITAL MOTHERBOARD? IF YES HOW DO I GET THEM
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Have you installed the Soundblaster drivers? Have you plugged your speakers in to the soundblaster outputs? When you install a discrete card (graphics or sound) it bypasses the onboard chips. You could also try the audio settings in the control panel.
Kindly remove the sound card out from your motherboard. Power on your computer and then go to BIOS settings. Look there for a settings relating to Audio device and then turn it off . The audio device in your motherboard will now be disable. Plug in back your soundblaster sound card, power on your computer and then install the driver for it.
According to this list on GigaBytes homepage http://www.giga-byte.dk/Support/Motherboard/CPUSupport_Model.aspx?ProductID=1406 You'll be fine for quite a while, until the 478-socket processors are available in stores. Your motherboard supports much faster CPU's than your current Celeron, so if money is short upgrade our processor. But if you want to secure your motherboard for future upgrades, then I suggest you get one that support the newer dual-core processors, and PCI-Express instead of AGP. Allthough you can still get pretty good GFX-Cards on the AGP-standard the PCI-E standard is the future.