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NO SOUND OUTPUT

I have installed VISTA ULTIMATE..It was working good..But after the intallation of a NVDIA GS8400 graphics card , when i fomatted & installed the Vista again...there is no sound in the speaker..though every connection is correct.. I thought it as a driver problem..& dwwnloaded the drivers & installed it.BUT all in vein..
please help me....
my mother board is ASUS
socket 775
model P5LD2 VM SE

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  • George Bill
    George Bill May 11, 2010

    I need a give and take on this it's not a one sentence fix, there are several things it might be, and the difficulty is increaded tenfold when you arent able toa converse. It would be a good idea to do a live chat, in this case or it just becomes who gets lucky first. From what you stated if you arent getting sound after a new instal of vista. It sounds like there is a setting in your bios that needs to be changed. Try going in the bios, and look where it shows the list of devices , if you see an abnormal or a setting the needs to be changed just write it down. Next there is an listing where you will see your audio device and it may say that it is disabled in which case you know what to do, there has to be a bad setting like an IRQ, that the card took which left the audio device unable to function. So now I have given you some idea I hope as to what to look for, a disabled or uninstalled device, reach me here i you want to get this going without us both going nuts trying to find each other, If u have ms messenger or another messenger with chat, let me know at Georgeburns723@hotmail, the bosss don't like us giving out our info, but it's just silly trying to fix this stuff flying blind. I amd sure you understand this, unless you do a paid chat and ask for me Gymowner, good luck, I can fix this with your input

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Hi, did you check the Bios, as I asked you in the clarification?

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Oh yes, I have the exact same issue, turns out that asus messed up the bios, on some models (not mine) simply updating the bios worked. On mine i had to install a PCI soundcard or not use my highend videocard and go back to the built in one.

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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SOURCE: NO SOUND OUTPUT

Check if the correct device is set for default output

Click Start
Control Panel
Sound
Select the correct speakers and set as default (like described as Realtek High definition Audio)

if you double click them, you can also change some settings there, I recommend you disable enhancements.

Finally, with the realtek driver comes a little application that runs in your tray (usually and orange speaker) verify settings there as well


Good luck, hope this helps

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