There is no sound in my pc. all drivers had installed.
The system cannot detect the error. All setting is ok. but there is no sound in the board. may be the prob is in the motherboard? i was put sound card but my pc cant recognize the sound card. maybe the more upgrade soundcard.
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Open windows control panel. Open add-remove programs. Uninstall any sound driver software. (Reboot the system when finished). Download RegCure, its free (This will clean your windows registry). Click on the link below; http://www.pctuneuptips.com/recommends/clean/?gclid=CL2RiIrTmpICFSFMGgodODIPzg (Re-start when finished). Check your bios. Once your in the bios, go to the Advanced menu. Open, Onboard Devices Configuration. Check your settings against the manual. See page 2-24. Save & exit the bios. Boot your system. Open windows device manager. Look for a yellow pair shaped icon with an ! point or an ? in it or an unknown PCI device. If you see any, you'll need to install the driver software from here. Right click once on the device, (Like unknown PCI device). From the pop-up window that opens left click on, update driver. Load your Asus CD into your CD-ROM drive. (Follow, Hardware Update Wizard screens). Point windows to the correct sound folder on the CD. Click on the correct folder so its high-lighted, than click OK. Windows will do the rest. When you first got the board the jumper settings for sound are set for AC97. See top of page 1-30. If windows does not detect the sound device while in windows device manager, it is possible the onboard sound chip is defective. Asus warrants their boards for 3 years. You may need to call Asus for an RMA & send the board back. Call Asus tech first at, 812-282-2787 IL EST. M-F 8:00AM-4:00PM Call, 510-739-3777 for RMA Below is the link for your board; http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P5GC-MX&SLanguage=en-us Good luck! Mike
I bet you have to uninstall the sound card from device manager first and the restart the computer. Then try to install the sound driver again. If that does not work you may have to force install the driver from the add new hardware wizard in control panel.
I am curious, do you have a dedicated graphics card installed from ATI / AMD?
First of all when you installed the sound card and turned on your pc did your operating system detect the sound card. If it did then you would need to install the software driver. In some cases the operating system will have it built it and configure it on its own. If you installed the software and it you still got no sound, Go to device manager and find the sound card. If its there, right click and update driver. If is still does not do it then right click and remove driver. Restart your computer and it should detect your card and then reinstall software. now if it still does not work or detect your card then possibility bad sound card. Hope thats helpfull to you.
Hi babupbt, just post the model No# (you can find it printed in white on the motherboard or get it from the compaq manual). Compaq list everything on white stickers through out the PC.
I'll find all the drivers you need. (What operating system are you planning to install)? XP home, XP Pro?
This board seems to have an issue after installing 4gb of ram after swapping out 1gb of transcend ram and installing 2x 2gb kingston the audio device disappears, swap the ram back and the problem goes away, to further complicate things it seems that kingston and transcend ram doesn't play nice together in this board having one of each results in no post and a ram related beep code as of yet I have not been able to produce the bios settings to allow the two sticks to play nice together maybe somebody else can help out on this one!
So either lose a stick of ram or install a sound card and have your system become considerably unstable
i got this problem once more. try to repair drivers of the sound card. maybe it isn't as complicated as it may sound. i once got a problem like this with a customer. just roll back or repair. maybe another re-installation won't fit as its already installed.