In my system the sound system is not working . the mother boar is p5gc-mx/1333 witch sound drive o loaded in the system
There could be more than a couple of reasons for this to occur:
1) Check that the external speaker mini-plug is connected to the back (of front) of your system.
2) Ensure the speakers work connecting them to another device, such as a portable CD player, or cassette player.
3) If the speakers work, then the cables are also Ok; then try the following, assuming your OS is Windows, of any flavour:
(In XP) Go to Control Panel and double click on System. Run the Device Manager utility and select your audio/multimedia card.
Right click on it and select "Uninstall".
Close all windows and restart your machine.
(Vista) Right click on Computer and select Manage. Next, select Device Manager.
Uninstall the audio card using procedure above. Restart your machine.
Windows should detect the audio card as though it's the first time it's been installed, and it will try to find the device drivers for it from a known drivers directory.
If the detection phase fails to find the drivers, then load the CD that came with your audio card and insert it on the tray, and point the utility to search on this CD.
You may need to browse up to the directory that actually contains the drivers (a folder usually named so). The way to find out when Windows has found the driver files is to notice that the Ok button is no longer grayed out.
Aug 15, 2009 |