I got the asus motherboard m2n68-am all drivers are installed properly but the sound input controller mic-line are grayed not functioning.after calling the asus support they advised me to upgrade the bios and driver from the site but this solution is also not worked .
Ensure that your mic is plugged into the correct jack.
Access device manager through control panel. Locate, right-click and uninstall the driver from the list.
Reboot your system and let Windows detect your new hardware. If this doesn't work, it may be that your operating system is recognizing your hardware but installing a generic or wrong driver.
If this is the case, go back to device manager, highlight the driver, but this time right-click and select reinstall driver. Make sure to include the drive and path (using the browse button) of the location of your updated drivers when the installation wizard prompts you to.
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if your computer came with a motherboard disc the sound drivers could be on it click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to sound,video and game controllers you might see a yellow question mark? Right click to reinstall drivers if you dont have a motherboard disc you will have to download the drivers http://download.cnet.com/Realtek-AC-97-Driver-Windows-Vista-Windows-7/3000-2120_4-10962344.html Realtek AC'97 audio driver package. The package includes: driver setup program, drivers for Vista/Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit editions. hope this helps
control panel sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers select appropriate speakers or audio you will find 3 drop down lists make sure you have selected the right speakers or control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager,sound,could be a yellow question mark? right click to re-install drivers if you have tried this you might try
control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager,sound,right click select properties to either troubleshoot,uninstall,rollback driver
plz go to control panel and add hardware option.then search which drivers are working properly.. if you find your audio drivers not working..plz remove it first and then restore your system..and install it again
put your hand on chip of your sound card on board if its hot so sure you need to disable and buy sound card or replace this chip also check audio jumper on board and try to install windows again and install the driver if u see on task bar sound volume icon check by tested headphone if there is out sound or no i wish i helped u
You may not have downloads the correct driver software. The Asus P5VD2-VM SE uses the, Realtek Audio Driver V184.108.40.20690 for Windows & HD driver, Realtek High Definition Audio System Software V220.127.116.1166 for Windows. You can download both from Asus by clicking on this link; http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P5VD2-VM%20SE&SLanguage=en-us Please read all of page 1-34 in your P5VD2-VM SE manual to help you setup your audio. You'll need to make a bios change per instruction. If the current software does not uninstall. Enter the bios & disable the setting for HD as shown on page 2-24. Save & exit the bios. The system will auto restart. Try again to uninstall the software, it should uninstall. Create a folder on your desktop & name it HD audio. Download the HD audio software into the HD folder. Do the same for the standard Realtek AC'97 software by creating another folder within the HD folder & naming it, Realtek AC'97. Store V18.104.22.16890 into the Realtek AC'97 software there. Both files will need to be uncompressed. Enter your bios again & Enable either the [AC'97] or the [HD] setting. Save & exit the bios. Go back into windows device manager. Open the + sign to the left of Sound, audio and game controller. (It will open if it's not already opened). Rather trying to reinstall by using the sound software's setup.exe file we will do a more direct method of installation. Right click once on the yellow ! point & left click once on update driver. Windows hardware wizard will open. Click No, not at this time. Than click the next button. Another window will open. Left click once in the circle next to, Install from a list or specific location (Advanced). Than click the next button. Again, another window will open. We want to remove the green check mark next to, Search removable media (floppy, CD-ROM...). Click the green check mark once & it will go away. Click the browse button, click the + sign next to my computer. Find you’re desktop folder named HD & open it. Left click once on the folder named (Depending which you are going to install), Realtek or HD, so it is high-lighted. Than click OK. Windows will find the correct driver software & install it automatically. Once completed. Close all opened windows & restart you’re system. Test your audio. If you intend to use a mic, you will need to set this up through the Sounds audio devices within the control panel.
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