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Re: sound card problems
Hi Sir, The problem is with the codec that is require to play
sound.You can resolve this by playing your DVD in another player like
VLC media player or you will have to install the latest codec pack
which supports major Audio and Video formats.
Following are the links to download both the VLC media player and K-Lite mega codec pack- Download any one of them and install on your system.I am pretty sure this will resolve your problem.
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Ok right click on the speaker icon next to the clock and press adjust audio properties, a new window will open up with about 5 tabs on top, click on the audio tab and click volumn under sound recording and another window should open with mic, line in, stereo mix/what you hear etc now if you see stereo mix or what you hear put a check mark in the box so you can play music via the web.
But if you don't see it click on options then click properties and list of name's should appear scroll down and find stereo mix or what you hear and check the box and it should now appear next to the mic.
Hope this helps.
Have you got details of your graphics card? - sounds like that could possibly be the root of the problem. check you have the latest drivers for it and any updates.
What soundcard do you have? what driver are you running it from? the common thing between all of the problems you describe is audio. Check there is no audio driver update (ask with details if you need help with this).
Next easy thing to try is to check if you have the most up-to-date version of DirectX. It is used by a lot of games and a few video players;
Next thing to do is give us the details of your system.
We need to know operating system, graphics card make and model, monitor, memory specs , CPU type and speed, and what type of games/videos do you have problems with.
What music/video player are you having trouble with (if windows media player, let us know which version), and have you tried others with any different results.
If your graphics card has its own fan - check it is not clogged with dust and it spins when you turn on a video or game. While you're there check the other fans.
What do you connect to the PC often - MP3 players/cameras/'phones etc.
What do you have the PC set up with - what speakers/amplifier, what monitor/tv, wireless/ps2/serial/USB mouse/keyboard etc.
Hope we can help - sorry need more info.
In some phones each type of file must be put in a specific folder.
Format the card in the pc and leave it blank. Put the card in the phone and format it there also - this way the specific folders will be written in the card. Take the card out, put it back in the pc and find the Music or Sounds folder - put the music files directly in it.
Windows does not play nicely with 2 sound cards. Perhaps one of these days Microsoft will get out of the stone age and recognize other options, but for now, the general consensus is that it is not feasible.
About the only thing I have seen is to turn off one sound card in the hardware profile, but that is not what you are trying to do.
my sound device canot play sound but ican watch video but no sound when igo to contro panel and click sound the volume doesnt work if iwant put the volume up it doesnt work it just freeze so can you help me