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No sound from ASUS P5VDC-MX

Once I tried to install pci sound card just pluged in and install the driver but there was no sound. I have removed pci card but no sound. I left that as it. After some times I formate my system with windows xp sp3 and install all the driver (I am not using PCI sound card) and every thing is ok in device manager but still there is no sound from my on board sound device... Please help me getting out of this problem. thank you

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I have the same problem, ive connected a soundblaster live 5.1 to a pci slot but didnt recognize it even if the after formatting the pc it has installed drivers for it...so i removed it and pluged in the speakers to the board but it has no sound..i have all the drivers installed...any solutions?

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If everything is OK in Device Manager, check Audio in Sound and Audio Devices under Control Panel. The Sound playback should default to Device Manager device.

Plus, make Volume Controls are not muted.

Last, simply check with headphones.

Posted on Dec 09, 2012

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    I have done but still not getting any sound..

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SOURCE: Can i use pci-e video card on asus p5vdc-mx, or

You can use a PCI-E or AGP type of video cad on this motherboard, here is the complete details about this motherboard.

http://www0.dealtime.com/xPF-ASUS-MB-ASUS-P5VDC-MX-P4M800-PRO-RET

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My asus p5vdc motherboard's on board sound is not


Try installing the drivers instead. Choose OS. Download by choosing Global. Unzip and run setup.
This might not work if you upgraded to Win 7 or 8.
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No, you can't use a PCIe x16 card in any of the slots on the P5VDC-MX board. A PCIe x16 card can't fit into the PCIe x1 slot. Attempting to force a PCIe x16 card into the PCIe X1 slot will break the card or bend the pins. A PCIe x1 card will work in a PCIe x4, x8 or x16 slot, though. Similarly, the AGP and PCI slots are not compatible with the PCIe x16 card design.

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Can i use pci-e video card on asus p5vdc-mx, or agp only?


You can use a PCI-E or AGP type of video cad on this motherboard, here is the complete details about this motherboard.

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I need of p5vdc-mx series motherboard.where from i can collect its sound card and graphic card.


those components are embedded on the motherboard, they cannot be removed. If they have failed then the entire motherboard must be replaced. Maybe you need the drivers:
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?model=P5VDC-MX&SLanguage=en-us

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http://support.asus.com/download/download_item.aspx?product=1&model=P5VDC-MX

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I have an asus p5vdc motherboard...


Yes, you can put a PCI-Express card into your computer. If you wanted to read over the spec's for that motherboard here they are.

http://usa.asus.com/products.aspx?modelmenu=1&model=814&l1=3&l2=11&l3=242&l4=0

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My motherboard doesn't make sound


check in device manager and see if the driver shows
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PCI response time too long


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Found this info on another site, and it should help you out:

"you should try to manually define the IRQ for the PCI Slot where your Merging Card is in. Then, when you´re running Win2k, select "ACPI PC" and not "Uniprocessor PC" in the Manager "Computer"-section. Also set the Bios to NonPnpOS.
Those settings keep Windows from putting too much shared IRQs on your one. But be aware to select one, not used by the system. These settings gave me much more stability and speed than in auto mode." "try different slots, on every MB with more than 3 PCI Slots there is a sharing with the AGP-Slot and between to of the PCIs.
Also play around with the PCI Latency Timer in Bios" I can't take credit for it, but seemed very helpful. This was taken from THIS site (forums on Merging Technologies) If my solution does not help, I hope something on there can! --------------------------------------------- As for Tiger_Prince, You can download the Audio driver for your motherboard from from Asus's download page, in the "Please Select the Product ", first choose Motherboards, then in the next drop down choose Socket775, and in the final drop down choose P5GD2 Deluxe, then click search. When the new page loads, click on audio, then download the driver for your version of Windows. Hope I covered everybody!

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I suggest XFX GeForce 8500 GT 512MB DDR2 PCI Express video card. No need for an upgrade & it has a lifetime warranty. The price is great! Your Asus P5VDC will run it. Here is the link:
http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/ProductDetail.jsp?ProductCode=10006326
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