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Am unable to instoll sound card

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My sound device is not working properly and it has crupt

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I have not sound on my computer mute button is lit up and wont go off when pressed


Its clear case of Malfunction of ur sounds driver.
1. Uninstall your computers sound drivers.
2. Reboot the computer
3. Install again the sound driver.
4. again Reboot the computer.
(To uninstall and install your sounds driver you will need to go to Device Manager from right clicking on 'my computer').
This will definately solve yous issue.

Aug 21, 2009 | Audio Cards

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Sound won't work! :(


What sound card? is it integrated realtek? if so go on their web site download driver, uninstall, previous sound driver , from control panel-> device manager-> (Select sound in tree view) right click uninstall sound driver, install new downloaded driver. or if you have CD with utilities that you have when you bought laptop, try with that driver

Jun 09, 2009 | Intel Audio Cards

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No sound device


2 things to try. Right click on the yellow device (not where the "+" sign is) the actual device. Then click on reinstall driver. Reboot. If that does not work, then click on yellow device again and uninstall driver. Then reboot, your plug and play will pick up the correct driver automatically..hope this helps, let me know how it goes.
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Mar 18, 2009 | Audio Cards

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Gateway laptop internal speakers do not work.


Unplug your headphones if you have not already.

Open device manager. You can do this by right clicking on your "My Computer" icon on your desktop and then selecting properties at the bottom of the menu that comes up, or by going to Start>Settings>Control Panel, and then opening the "System" icon.

Once the system properties tab is open, left click on the hardware tab. Now left click the Device Manager button.

On the device manager window, look for an entry that says "Sound, video and game controllers". Left click the + box directly to the left of this line. It will open up any devices you have in this category. Within this list, your sound card device should be listed. It may say something like "SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio" or something similar.

Right click this device and left click uninstall. It will prompt you if you are sure you want to do this, tell it yes/ok and the driver will be uninstalled at this point, leaving ou with the device manager open still but without your sound driver listed.

Now, close all of your open windows saving any work you may have open, and reboot the PC. Upon reboot, the system will automatically reinstall your sound card driver. It may prompt you if you want to do this, just tell it yes/ok as you need to, to continue installing this driver.

Once this is complete, your sound should be working normally again.

Jan 17, 2009 | Gateway (3RE4B13503870C) Sound Card

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Audio not playing


Download Microsoft UAA drivers Uninstall any sound drivers already installed reboot then install the UAA drivers and reboot
The when rebooted go to device manager right click sound and update driver will go on net and find and install sound drivers

This works in 95% of cases
please give me a fixya when done thanks

Dec 03, 2008 | Audio Cards

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Lap top sound


You need the Microsoft UAA drivers for your operating system download them uninstall any sound drivers through device manager right click driver and uninstall then install M/soft UAA drivers reboot when restarted go to device manager, right click sound driver and choose update driver will go on net and find and install them

Oct 17, 2008 | Audio Cards

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Re: scratchy speaker sound quality


Have you tried with headphones?  Scratchy WITH heaphones. Reinstall driver. If it's NOT scratchy with headphones.  Either your speakers are blown, (which usually doesn't happen), you need to reinstall your sound card drivers, or bad settings.  Double click sound horn. Turn some volumes haflway, or mute sound channels you aren't using. Options Properties will let you show ALL sound properties. Ctrl+S makes the sound properties half size.
ReInstall Drivers: Start - Settings - Control Panel - System - Device Manager, Expand Sound Controllers, Right Click on your sound card, Click Uninstall.  Reboot and reintall.  
Might ask to reinstall automatically.  Thats fine.  Install then reboot.  I prefer to cancel the install until I have rebooted.  But both ways tend to work.  
Hope you don't have to change your speakers.  Need to pull your mobo to get to em. Instructions here pg. 5-55
James Mac

Sep 08, 2008 | Compaq Audio Cards

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Audio big prob


Have you even installed the sound drive yet?

Sep 08, 2008 | Audio Cards

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Motherborad drivers


Assuming you are running XP.

If it hasn't installed the device ,
uninstall device and reboot then restart
device should autofind and self install
dont forget to reboot to save settings,
Do SP2 Updates and reboot,

Let me know how it goes thanks

Please rate me ,,,Cheers

Sep 22, 2007 | Acer AOpen AW 230 Sound Card

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