Question about ATI Asrock N68-vs3-ucc Ddr3 All-in-one Am3 Amd 940p Auscourier
Audio Problem :- Motherboard - ASRock N68-VS3 UCC Operating System - Windows 7 64Bit Enterprise Processor - AMD Athlon II X2 250 3.00GHz RAM - 4.00GB My problem is as described. I connect my 5.1 Labtec Audio to my system , I remove my head phones that is connected via USB dongle. I power on my Audio I hear some noise coming from the different speakers. I open up a song and I am not hearing anything. I go to control Panel and check my setting, everythingi s set. When i click on the audio icon on the bottom right hand corner of my screen , I see the green is moving which indicates audio is playing. I remove the jacks from the back panel and place at the front, nothing is playing. I connect the jacks to my laptop and I have audio. I want to believe it have to do with my sound card ( on board) what to do? I connect a normal wired headphone to the computer at the front , I hear static noise. I unplug and connect to the back in the green. I play a song and still I am not hearing nothing. I settings, the drivers indicated audio is enabled and working properly. I need some assistance please.
Windows 7 has sooo many different options for audio it is confusing. If you right click on the (windows) speaker icon in the system tray and click "volume control options" you get one set of features.
If you click on the "sound" icon in the device manager you get entirely different results!
And lets not forget that your sound card probably has its own audio configuration utility!
I have found that sometimes you have to play with all of these programs to get the sound to work properly.
Getting windows to recognize the "default" seems to be the biggest issue.
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: NO AUDIO-MULTIMEDIA CONTROLLER
make sure the bios has the integrated sound device enabled and install the correct drivers from this website.
Click the "downloads" button
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
I have been advised that a different driver - AZTECH SKYPE DECT 2.1 may work better. I have installed this and so far OK.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
SOURCE: No bios, no beeps ASUS P5RD1-V
I have the same problem although mine came when I used a Linux HDD cloning tool and next thing the PC would not start at all, I am not sure if it just coincidently died at when I rebooted or if it lost the Bios or something due to the cloning I tried.
The Cloning was on 2 USB drives and the internal HDD was and is still disconnected and the 2 USB drives are removed, still same behavior.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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