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AUDIO DRIVER PROBLEM

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I'VE INTEL 101GCC MOTHERBOARD I'VE INSTALLED REALTEK DRIVER WHICH IS GIVEN ALONG WITH MY MOTHERBOARD CD.IT IS INSTALLED AND NOT WORKING PROPERLY.I'VE INSTALLED MANY TIMES EVEN I'VE PUT NEW OS ALSO. STILL IT IS NOT WORKING. IN SYSTEM DEVICE MANAGER THERE IS A YELLOW MARK IN SOUNDS STATING NO OUTPUT DEVICE. WHAT TO DO SIR...? sound card problem not on this dives

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  • Mike Davidson
    Mike Davidson May 11, 2010

    The sound is on the MB and not a sound card?

    ALC Realtek?

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Has the sound ever worked?
If so, try doing a system restore to a date you remembering it working.

GO TO: Start>>>>Accessories>>>>>System Tools>>>>System Restore.
Please letme know as soon as possible.
Thanks

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