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Means windows cannot find your sound card and has not installed drivers for it. Thus no sound. Need to reinstall sound card drivers. First check if hardware / device manager shows error state for sound card. ie yellow circle with exclamation mark. If so delete those drivers and restart to reinstall. If you're lucky it will install correctly next time. Otherwise you need to install drivers yourselves from m/b or sound card driver CD
You will need drivers for your sound card. Go to Control Panel.....select Device Manager....find your sound card on the list.....Right click on it and select Properties........select drivers tab.......have windows look for drivers and install. You can also install your card in ADD/REMOVE HADRWARE in control panel. Have windows search for new hardware. When it finds your sound card follow prompts to install.
Sounds like you need to install the correct drivers for your sound card. Usually the sound card comes with a CD that has the sound card drivers on them, but if you don't have the CD you can usually go to the website for the maker of the card and download the drivers from there. Once you have downloaded them install your drivers and presto you should be good.
Providing the CD Rom, is the same software as the sound-card.
If the sound card, is a seperate ( Add-On ) the drivers cd should accompany the card. if there are no drivers with the card. you can usually visit the manufacturers website ( Support centre ) And download the Drivers.
Additionally, you may have to disable the on-board sound-card ( Via The Bios ) and instruct the computer to start up, with the required or installed card.
If you are running an operating system, such as Windows XP, it should automatically detect and install the best drivers for the device. although you may not get full functionability.
If you install from CD Rom, ensure the card is installed first, then insert the CD, and open to find the Icon ( setup.exe Or Similar )
Yes you have to install the drivers for your sound card.....this always happens when you install XP it fails to read what drivers are in your sound card which is on board. Do you have the original drivers do you know the sound card onboard?