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I have all my programme functioning but have got no sound or audio on my pc.

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Try by going in to kontrolpannel, administration tools, computer control, unit contol, and loke for u audio card and dubble Clock on it and go to driver, update it ore install from ther.. shall work.



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From my pc's motherboard 845 GLM audio port audio as well as mic is not functioning, but it seems to be all right with internal configuration. How can i get best solution. please guide me...........


"No Active Mixer Device installed".....The Sound and Audio issue of Windows.....the infamous issue being faced by many PC/Laptop/Notebook users all over the world....on clicking the volume control icon in the task bar near the clock.....or....Sound and Audio Devices Grayed Out in the Control Panel

Guys....the solution's very simple....This is a sure shot solution...101% guarantee...Just do this...

Go to Device Manager, select Sound, Audio and Games Ctlr expand (+) press the plus sign, go one by one on all those that show a speaker image...select each one by one and right click, and if it has the "uninstall" option...just uninstall. Dont do anything further....just shut down pc/laptop
Then...u need to go into system BIOS
1 - Start PC/Laptop...press DEL or F1/F2/Insert/Home key...this selection of key to go into BIOS depends upon ur type of PC in some Del key works in some F1/F2 key works to go into BIOS....you need to do this before the WindowsXP screen appears....get into BIOS...
2 - Scroll/go to On Board Peripherals...press enter...next screen....
3 Look for
A- "On Board audio"
B- "AC97 audio" or any thing that says "Audio"
C- "Look for anything that says "MIDI" with some numbers 301,205 etc in [ ]
just Disable all the above by using PgUP PGDN key Press F10 and chose Yes to save the setting in BIOS or use Save and Exit in BIOS

Let WinXP load...go to Device Manager...go to Sound Audio and Games Controller...check all those that you uninstalled earlier if they RE-Appear...It should NOT......Re-appear.....if it does then do the above process once more.

U are now all set for the next move....

U need to spend just 1$ to buy this product on Ebay...you can buy any similar product of your choice but it must have the audio and mic output ports like this one has...and must be able to connect to your USB port of your PC/Laptop

This below image and product name is only for your info, you can buy any such similar product available in your area....but it's must have the Audio and Mic output ports like the one on the image below and must be able to connect to your PC/Laptops USB ports...

"USB 2.0 Mic Speaker 5.1 Audio Sound Card ADAPTER #9340"

You can Google it and locate it where you can buy...

Connect it to a USB port, connect your speakers/mic to the correct audio/mic slots in this device....WinXP will auto install this hardware and you will get back your Volume Control Icon...and all functions will work in Control Panel (Sound and audio Devices)...61d861a.png

Nov 03, 2009 | Audio Cards

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Windows Media Player cannot play the file because there is a problem with your sound device. There may not be a sound device installed on your computer, it may be in use by another program, or it may not...


"No Active Mixer Device installed".....The Sound and Audio issue of Windows.....the infamous issue being faced by many PC/Laptop/Notebook users all over the world....on clicking the volume control icon in the task bar near the clock.....or....Sound and Audio Devices Grayed Out in the Control Panel

Guys....the solution's very simple....This is a sure shot solution...101% guarantee...Just do this...

Go to Device Manager, select Sound, Audio and Games Ctlr expand (+) press the plus sign, go one by one on all those that show a speaker image...select each one by one and right click, and if it has the "uninstall" option...just uninstall. Dont do anything further....just shut down pc/laptop
Then...u need to go into system BIOS
1 - Start PC/Laptop...press DEL or F1/F2/Insert/Home key...this selection of key to go into BIOS depends upon ur type of PC in some Del key works in some F1/F2 key works to go into BIOS....you need to do this before the WindowsXP screen appears....get into BIOS...
2 - Scroll/go to On Board Peripherals...press enter...next screen....
3 Look for
A- "On Board audio"
B- "AC97 audio" or any thing that says "Audio"
C- "Look for anything that says "MIDI" with some numbers 301,205 etc in [ ]
just Disable all the above by using PgUP PGDN key Press F10 and chose Yes to save the setting in BIOS or use Save and Exit in BIOS

Let WinXP load...go to Device Manager...go to Sound Audio and Games Controller...check all those that you uninstalled earlier if they RE-Appear...It should NOT......Re-appear.....if it does then do the above process once more.

U are now all set for the next move....

U need to spend just 1$ to buy this product on Ebay...you can buy any similar product of your choice but it must have the audio and mic output ports like this one has...and must be able to connect to your USB port of your PC/Laptop

This below image and product name is only for your info, you can buy any such similar product available in your area....but it's must have the Audio and Mic output ports like the one on the image below and must be able to connect to your PC/Laptops USB ports...

"USB 2.0 Mic Speaker 5.1 Audio Sound Card ADAPTER #9340"

You can Google it and locate it where you can buy...

Connect it to a USB port, connect your speakers/mic to the correct audio/mic slots in this device....WinXP will auto install this hardware and you will get back your Volume Control Icon...and all functions will work in Control Panel (Sound and audio Devices)...3781d32.png

Oct 25, 2009 | Compaq Audio card Sound Card

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My pc have no sound.


Hi..

When you are formatting the PC all the motherboard function are lost. Check first the software if it is already installed. You need to install the motherboard driver so that the sound, video graphics, USB, LAN card and other part of motherboard are functioning, Load you installer CD to the CD room and install.
After that it's bring you to restart to take effect and get functioning.

Thanks for using fixya

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ICmanServer

Aug 14, 2009 | HP (153147-001) Sound Card

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No sound at all


you may have a broken speakers, replace it. might as well check the sound card if its tripping replace it.

Jul 15, 2009 | Audio Cards

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I have no sound coming out of my computer speakers.


Open control panel and go to sound and audio devices. Check Volume tab and make sure the "MUTE" isn't checked. You can also do this by clicking on the volume control in the bottom right side of task bar. It's a very bad idea to install software to check and see if your computer is functioning. Most of these programs are hoaxes and worse yet Malware. Stay away from the driver programs and windows repair programs.

If this fails, check that your speakers are plugged into the right jack on sound card, check your speakers by plugging them into another working computer.

Jun 08, 2009 | HP (153147-001) Sound Card

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Soud driver software downloading


software for sound driver and LAN driver

Oct 30, 2008 | Acer AOpen AW 200 Sound Card

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NO Sound at all


hi u r audio drivers are not installed
so plz follow insructions
mycomputers - rihtclik n u get manage
device manager
find audio drivers n update it
i think it's will be ???(question mark) symbol
update it frm cd rom,
put mother board cd into cd rom.
ur's kishore chowdary.
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May 04, 2008 | Intel Premier Resources 4-Channel 32-Bit...

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No sound in my pc


alright first are u sure they are connected coular codedly if so go to the control panel on the start menu the go to sounds and audio devices first off make sure mute isnt on then make sure bar is all the way to high then go to speaker volume make sure left and right are at the far right now at the top off the sounds and audio devices there are five tabs click on audio then then on sound playback press volume and then make sure the volume is at the top for all and balance in the middle for all and make sure all the bottom boxes are not ticked then try a song on your computer and see if it works (it could also be the program u play music on so if it doesnt work try going to another programme and play a song if it doesnt work email me at mid.nightclub@hotmail.com

Dec 31, 2007 | E-Mu 0404 Sound Card

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