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Re: failed to work
Althogh dont know how you reset the ram, unless you mean bios, check that the onboard sound in the bios is dissabled, then remove the card and put in a different pci slot and then if the drivers are already installed it should be found and installed automatically after a reboot of the system.
As for your neighbours husband, i shall try to seek approval
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This sounds like a driver issue. You could try checking the maker's website to check if they have any updated drivers and installing them. If that doesn't work then try uninstalling the card from device manager and doing a restart. Windows should recognize the card and reinstall. It should ask if you have a disc and if you do then try using the drivers that are on the disc. The last thing you could do if these two suggestions don't work is to disable the onboard sound card (if there is one) by turning it off from the BIOS settings. Sometimes two sound devices can conflict.
I would check to make sure that you dont have anything else running while encoding the audio. Since audio encoding is processor intensive it very easily could be an application or AntiVirus software interfering with the ability to record audio.
make sure that the sound card is securely seated with no dust in the socket then uninstall it restart your computer and reinstall the sound card and its drivers 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
hope this helps
Try out this driver, they're supposed to be alot better sounding than creatives. Your going to need to go into control panel and remove anything related to Sound Blaster Live! or Audigy, then head into device manager and uninstall the card. You then can go ahead with the install of the new driver.
Make sure you have the right sound card drivers installed. If you do and theres no sound. Then configure your sound settings in what ever player you're using. If that doesn't work then you might have a faulty sound card. As for the DVD issue, check and see if the disc is scratched. If the disc is fine then check to see if your DVD drive is working properly by putting in another DVD disc. If that doesn't work then check and see if your player is the problem.
It seems your system complicates soundcard's driver version and patches. To eliminate problem that causes inoparable one at a time; please consider to uninstall software sound applications and drivers. Remove any secondary or external sound cards and enable the built-in sound card at the BIOS. Now, start the system in Safe Mode try to remove the existing soundcard drivers at control panel sound card properties. Restart the system, well try to prove that the built-in sound card still working by reinstalling it. By then you can disable it again and install your secondary or external sound card. Hope it will work this time, else you'll need to clean up your Operating System astrays dll's using registry cleaners third party software. I met this problem before that my only recouse is by reformatting the system.