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Sound output is veryless in msi pvpm4 motherboard

Sound output is veryless and only one chanel is coming that too very less

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Re: sound output is veryless in msi pvpm4 motherboard

Hi, having used MSI boards myself I found their website very useful. Open your case, locate and right down your board serial number and revision number, Logon to the website [Google MSI] go to downloads. and locate the latest audio drivers for your board. This should fix the problem, if not then you have a failure on the onboard sound. At boot up go to bios and disable onboard sound. Install a PCI sound card with drivers and that will then give you sound again. Regards mistyman

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Re: sound output is veryless in msi pvpm4 motherboard

Replace the drivers for the sound card. If this does not fix the issue, replace the speakers. Lastly, if this is a dedicated sound card, replace that as well. If this is integrated sound on the MB, then the only course is to replace the MB. GL

Posted on Aug 27, 2007

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