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Sound card installation

Where are the sound card inputs located on the motherboard? HELP!

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Its at the back of your computer it is color coded, primarily green, blue and pink. the usual color for audio output is green

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The only way to resolve this is to buy a sound-card to install into your system. To find a sound-card with a game port, follow my instructions below.

First, visit this website. Next, navigate to Computer Hardware>Input Devices. Next, look on the left of the page for the Input Devices menu. You will see a category labeled, "Sound Cards" click that link. Next up we will look on the left again, except this time we will click on a link towards the top of the list labeled, "Advanced Search." Now look down and find the category listing, "MIDI/Joystick." Open the drop-down menu of that category and select, "Yes." Now click the, "Search" button located towards the top of the page.

Before you start looking at sound cards, let's narrow down the choices to sound-cards your computer can use. To do this, we once again look to the menu on the left. This time we select, "Guided Search" located at the top of the menu. Now look for the, "Interface" section of the menu. Here you will click, "PCI." (NOT PCI Express!)

Now you have a list of sound cards which fit your system and at the same time provide you with a game port. A word of advice, look carefully at your choice to ensure that it has a visible game-port. There are pictures of each product, and if you can't tell if it has a game-port, don't buy it. Another hint, don't buy cheap sound-cards, as they are flimsy and break easily. $50+ tend to be better sound cards.

Let me know if this solves your question or if I need to give you other options/explain some points in more detail. If you do decide to buy a sound card, let me know. I'll give you instructions on how to install it.

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I dont Know Where to find VIA VT8233A Sound Card Driver


Check your speaker first, touch the input of the speaker which is the tip of your speaker cable, aside from the power chord, and turn the volume to a higher level, if it produces a sound then your speaker is good.

Second, right click the my computer icon on the desktop and click properties, and then click hardware, then click device manager, then look for the sound, video and game controllers and click the plus sign on it located at its left, the look for question mark symbol which is color yellow? if it has, then the driver of your sound card is not installed, you should install it

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Hello.
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There are two kind of sound devices that can be inside a pc:
- Integrated on board ( in your motherboard).
- Sound card ( a card that is plugged in one of the motherboard slots).
To be sure if you have any, check the all the connectors, the sound one is a miniplug jack( small hole in which your headphones plug will fit).
you will usually find three of this:
- Audio out ( here you will plug your speakers)
- Mic ( this one is for Microphone)
- Aux ( auxiliary- used as input for something like a walkman, etc).
If you don't have any ( rare if you have a modern pc)
you will have to find out themake and model of your motherboard
and post it.
If you have any installed, you will need to install a software called " Sound driver " for that specific device, in order to make it work.
you can find the software in one of the CDs you get usually with the computer when you buy it.
If you don't have that CD, to find that driver you need to know the kind, model and manufacturer of that device.
you can post here that info and ask for help or if you have the integrated one, you should visit the motherboard manufacturer website.
For the card go to the card manufacturer website or do a google search, there are sites where you can get the drivers(the last applies for the motherboard too.)

Hope this help you.
Good luck.

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Try to connect to other input lines. If your computer has an input line except for mic input try to connect to it. Then configure the settings in your computer, go to the CONTROL PANEL on your computer click SOUNDS & AUDIO DEVICES then configure SOUNDS or AUDIO or VOLUME or VOICE. Then look for the device listed in your system that is available and compatible, then select the most appropriate. After that click APPLY then OK. There you go.

If this solution Doesn't work you must buy a sound card and for sure it will work. Having a sound card gives you several input lines and there is a particular input line for musical instrument like a keyboard in a sound card device. Installing a sound card is easy, and i'll show you. First you must insert your sound card device into your motherboard's PCI slot (most of the motherboards have 3 PCI slots) choose one and take note that your PCI sound card plugs in exactly in that slot so its very easy. After inserting your sound card install the driver for your sound card, install is easy just follow instruction. If you have done this, there you go.
Good Luck!
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