Hi. The problem i have on an SG71 mother board is that there is no audio software installed.
When i i go to manage and see which compenents are missing drivers, on the audio it doesn't show that there is anything missing. What it shows is only midi drivers and unimodem drivers for audio, but the computer doen't work on those. Even if i remove the modem and try, it wont pick up the audio device and install appropriate drivers.
Formating reviews the same result.
Also are there jumpers that i need to know about!?
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1> Check you speaker all connection point.2> Check you connect speaker lead out put Point.3> Power point Check to speaker.4> Installed Audio driver to mother board. Not any other Driver install only proper driver.5> If driver install then check it. a> Go to control panel- Add or remove program, hear show audio driver or not. if not show then install. b> My computer right click- property- hardware- device manager, if audio point yellow then install driver. if not yellow then install driver.
6> If all thing check then you speaker not support in you PC. Note:- Batter then Contact good Computer Hardware Engineer. More Computer Support.
You can download the audio drivers for your computer from the
manufacturer's WEB site. I cannot give you the link to the
manufacturer's WEB site because you have not provided the make and model of your
If you open your Start Menu and go to Settings>Control Panel>System and then click on the tab labeled "Hardware" you will see an alphabetical listing of your device's components. Select "Sound, Video and Game Controllers" and then right-click on it and select "Scan For Hardware Changes." This should get you on the road, and direct you how to re-install your drivers. Good luck!
ftp://ftp.us.dell.com/audio/R58182.EXE Thats the link to your audio driver. Try installing that and see if it fixes your issue. If it doesn't, then the sound card on your motherboard may be defective, or the sound is turned off in the BIOS.