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Changing sound output from mono to sterio
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well the default is to obtain the channels signal. most channels over the world their audio output signal is mono. Rare tvs have the ability to save indivisual channel to their memmoty. Read the tv prospectus!!!
Posted on Sep 04, 2007
Go to Settings, Control Panel, Sound and Audio Devices, check "Place volume icon in the taskbar." In your Device Manager, pls verify that the drivers for your sound card are completely and correctly installed with no yellow or red markings. Likewise, verify that in your CMOS/BIOS settings, the onboard audio has been enabled. The sound driver/installer for an Intel CA810E has the filename 4035full.exe and uses a DOS component.
Should this not work, you might not have an Intel motherboard but one that just uses the Intel 810E chipset. Please post back with a more specific motherboard brand and model.
While it is true that the 810E chipset is by Intel, it does not necessarily mean that the motherboard entirely is by Intel. It could be by Asus, MSI, PCChips, ECS, Soltek or others. The sound therefore need not be the same for all versions of motherboards using the said chipset.
The Intel mb that uses this chipset carries the model CA810E or CA810 which uses Creative Sound Blaster* AudioPCI 128V audio solution or Crystal Semiconductor CS4297 AC '97 stereo audio codec;
The Asus CUWE-FX/RM, FlexATX or i810E uses the same Intel 810E chipset but different sound. Asus can and may use CMI, Crystal, Creative, ESS.
An ECS BKi810E(V7.3) uses the same Intel chipset but C-Media 8738 for sound.
An MSI MS-6188 uses the same chipset. It may have used an Avance-Realtek AC97 for sound.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back to confirm that you have an Intel CA810 version or by some other motherboard manufacturer.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Nov 06, 2007
well, the first step is to make sure the sound drivers are installed properly. Does the device show up properly in the Device Manager? Does it show up in the Audio/Sounds configuration item in the Control Panel? If so, then:
Does any sound work, and it's just the extra channels that do not operate? If that is the case, you probably just need to run the configuration wizard. It sometimes sits in the tray, but almost always is available in the Control Panel. Once you run it you can pick what kind of speakers you have to control the various sound outputs properly for your setup.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
SOURCE: no sound from output 3/4
u can try this , please update the driver update for the same issue and update the driver for the sound device or please unistall and reinstalle the sound drivers on the system, or do systemrestore if it was working some days back .... check the
Posted on May 24, 2008
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