If i wnt to hear song through media player am getting message as 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 be functioning properly.
am using intel pentium 3.If sound card is the problem i dont know which sound card should i download for my PC.Please try to give solution.Creative labs CT 4830 that model has been mentined in the sound card .But if i download that model i did not find the solution.
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You can hear music and sound when you test your audio and also the Windows startup and shutdown even sounds. But you can't hear any music when you play it in Windows Media Player or the videos on youtube because Windows Media Player needs some codecs installed and you don't have those installed.
I have an Fujitsu Siemens Amilo D7830. I was updating chipsets to the laptop when it bluescreened. I had to reformat the HDD and reinstalled Windows Xp Pro SP2. Since then I have installed every conceivable Windows Update file there is and have updated all other drivers and chipsets. However, my soundcard is no longer working.
When clicking on the device in question in the device management screen, the following error messages are displayed for the Realtek AC'97 soundcard: This device cannot start. (Code 10), PCI bus 0, device 31, function 5.
I have attempted at downloading and installing almost every drive I can find for this device, and have followed the standard Microsoft help routines. i.e. uninstalling the device and reinstalling the device still with no luck.
I hope you will be able to assist, as my last resort will be to take it into the a techie shop i.e. PC World for them to have a look at it.
check if the speakers are working with winamp or any other media player. If yes then install windows media player again. else there might be some problem with your rear speakers. check them out with a hardware service-person. if nothing works, reinstall windows. the default drivers will be loaded and your software problem is solved