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Extreme low audio and m.b. beeps when volume control moved

Using asrock k7s41gx m.b with a sound blaster live card and the output sound is very low almost nil. every time i try to use the sound icon in bottom right corner it beeps. beep is from motherboard. input (line in) seems to record fine.

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SOURCE: bios beep

Looks like a problem with the RAM modules. Try reseating /swapping them, or change them altogether.

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Posted on May 08, 2008

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How dirty are the ram slots you might try blowing them out with computer air? The only next step is to assume the motherboard is bad and replace that.
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Posted on Jun 14, 2008

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SOURCE: No Sound

I would uninstall the current sound card drivers first ensure that the sound if onboard is enabled in bios and then reinstall drivers etc if that doesnt work from the driver cd, download new drivers from the manufacturers website onto a flash drive and unpack them to a folder in my docs and either run the .exe file or the update driver wizard in device manager.

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