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Its not working

I installed in on my pc and its shows grey on the sound panel as if its not isntalled i removed and and reisntalled it again and restarted the pc but its still not working but the when i put the volume really high it gives a very low sound for bheringer ms 20 speakers how can i fix this problem please if any one out there can help me ...

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After system restore sound card wont work

Removing the sound drivers In Windows XP, click Start , and right-click My Computer .In indows 95, 98, and Me, right-click the My Computer icon on the desktop.Click Properties from the list that appears.In Windows XP, click the Hardware tab, then the Device Manager button.In indows 95, 98, and Me, click the Device Manager In Windows XP, click Uninstall (the small picture of a computer overlaid by an X In Windows 95, 98, and Me, click Remove .Click OK when a warning window appears.Continue to remove sound devices that relate to the audio card brand (not Legacy) until all have been removed. If the device is a combination sound-modem card, remove devices related to the brand name listed under Modem as well.Close all programs and turn off the PC.Back to top Step 2: Disabling on-board sound Skip this step if the PC does not have onboard sound. If PC does have onboard sound, do the following to disable it Turn on the PC and press the F1 key repeatedly at the first logo screen. "Entering Setup" should appear on the screen.In the Setup screen, press the LEFT and RIGHT ARROW keys to highlight Advanced. Press the DOWN ARROW key until Onboard Audio , Onboard Audio Options , or I/O Device Configuration is highlighted, press ENTER .If another menu appears, press the DOWN ARROW key until Onboard Audio codecs or Audio Codec is highlighted, press ENTER .Press the DOWN ARROW key until Disabled is highlighted, press ENTER .Figure 2: Example of one possible Onboard Audio BIOS setting Press F10 , then the Y key, to save the settings and exit.Turn off the power and continue to Step 3.The edges of metal panels can cut skin. Be careful not to slide skin along any interior metal edge of the computer.This product contains components that can be damaged by electrostatic discharge (ESD). To reduce the chance of ESD damage, work over a noncarpeted floor, use a static dissipative work surface such as a conductive foam pad), and wear an ESD wrist strap connected to a grounded surface.Unplug all cables except for the power. Write down each cable location if you do not already know where it connects.Unplug the power cable and with the power cable removed press the Power button on the front of the PC.Remove the screws on the rear of the PC.Figure 3: Side Panel screws (your PC may be different Slide the side panel off from the rear of the PC.Figure 4: Side Panel removal (your PC may be different Step 4: Removing the sound card Use this section to remove the sound card. If the PC was using onboard sound and you do not have to remove it, skip to Step 5 .Locate the sound card inside computer case. Use the speaker connections on the back as a reference. Disconnect any cables that are plugged into the back and sides of the sound card. Carefully note where each cable was installed.Remove the one screw that holds the sound card to the chassis. If a metal plate covers up the screw, then remove this plate first.Figure 5: Screw that attaches card to case Grasp the sound card by its edges and slide it out of its slot.Figure 6: Card removal If the sound card is a combination sound-modem card, disconnect all cables from the modem and remove it in the same way that the sound card was removed.5: Installing the sound card Insert the new sound card into an open compatible slot. If you have a sound-modem ombination card, insert the new modem card into an open slot as well. Attach the card or cards with one retaining screw. Replace the metal plate if it was used.Connect all the cables back to their original positions : Replacing the cover Replace a side panel by matching the side panel tabs with the tab openings in the case. Figure 7: Side Panel tabs (your PC may be different Insert the side panel and slide it forward.Figure 8: Side Panel insertion (your PC may be different Fasten the screws to secure the side panel.Figure 9: Side Panel screws (your PC may be different Installing the software and drivers for the new card s Connect all cables and turn on the PC Use the software installation instructions that came with the new sound card to install the software. Normally a CD is inserted after Windows finds the new hardware and displays a message.If the new sound card is a replacement for an original card that came with the PC, Windows should find and install the software automatically. If needed, you can install/reinstall the sound software using the HP Application Recovery software that came with your HP or Compaq PC.Original and updated drivers may also exist on the HP Website. After installing the original driver, go to Software and Driver Downloads site and enter your PC model number to find software and driver downloads.f a window appears stating that it needs help finding particular files, place the driver disc from the soundcard manufacturer into a disc drive. If this does not help, browse to the following pathnames, one at a time, until the file is found: C:indows\inf
If the files under these pathnames do not appear, open the C:\ from My Computer . Click Tools , Folder Options , and click the View tab. Remove the checkmarks from Hide protected operating system files , and select Show hidden files and folders . Click OK .Restart the PC and test for sound.

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My sound is off i need to put it back on what should i do

First check in the control panel settings, whether the sound is enabled or disabled. In case the sound option is greyed out then it means that the sound driver needs to be installed again.

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Hello i have a tsoshiba tecra laptop and i wanted to find out if i have sound or not and were is it located to see if i need a sound card or not

Dear Friend...
You can check your Device Manager under My Computer / Right Click / Properties / Hardware Tab / Device Mgr

You need to check the Control Panel / Sound and Audio Devices / Audio Tab / Sound Playback option.....

if it's greyed out then u dont have a Sound card or the card is corrupt....
if no internal sound card is present or if it's not working then u have this a " USB Sound Adaptor" and connect it to the USB port and connect the speaker sound jack to the sound port in this adaptor....u will get back the sound....also keep in mind that u " may " have to disable onboard sound in BIOS, u may also have to make changes in the Control Panel / Sound and Audio Devices / Audio Tab / Sound Playback option... Click the drop down button and select the "USB Audio Devices/Headset"

You can get this in Ebay for $1 to $4 or google it to locate a place near u......

This is the one i am refering to(I bought it in Ebay for 1$)....u can buy something similar also....there are many available, all of them are made in China, as it's USB enabled plug and play, connect it to your PCs USB will not need any software or driver to install it....Winodws will auto install it and show it under the Device Manager / Sound Audio and Games Ctrlr as told above and will also show it under Control Panel / Sound and Audio Devices

If you find this solution useful please leave a feedback and rating to this solution.

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Lexicon Omega will not play any sound on Windows XP

one of several install steps (the steps seem to vary depending on which manual you can find) mention checking your sound device setup in control panel. ON one machine I installed the sound devices were not affeted. On a 2nd PC they were changed from drivers installed with PC to the Lambda driver

Win XP settings->control panel->Sounds and Audio Devices then select Audio tab. Make sure the three areas are set up to use your PC's default drivers and not lambda's.

You may need to verify this again when reconnecting the Lambda USB cable. Sort of new but ran into this "issue" as well.

Found info in Lambda Studio Software Installation Guide I downloaded, step B following driver install.

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Sir or Madam I did work on a compaq P3 desktop and now the sound is not working after i did install windows OS the sound card in the PC is Creative Sound Bluster I will like to download the drivers from...

do not use the cd for the initial driver install remove them if you already installed them, download the latest driver first to your hard drive from here Go to support and find the audio card you have. Once you have the updated driver info ready, then go to the device manager and find the creative audio driver, it should have an exclamation point showing that it requres attention. Right click and select update driver, when asked by windows to install it, choose the driver you downloaded from Creative. Also, make sure the default sound card is sound blaster using the control panel, sounds and audio devices, audio tab.

Let me know how it works out for you.

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Sound Won't Work on Dell Computer

Go to Control Panel and go to sound and audio devices. It should have the name of the speakers you are using. If it doesnt then the speakers might not work on that PC. Get a new set of speakers, and try again. It should work on the new ones. If it doesnt, get it checked at PC World or a PC repair store to get it checked, as the problem will be internal in the PC. Hope it works.

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First of all if this doesn't help you fix your problem. PLEASE do not rate it.
Have your soundcard CD on hand.
1.) Uninstall the software that came with the sound card.
2.) Right click My Computer, select Properties, click on Device Manager button under Hardware tab.
3.) Go down the list to Sound, expand that into a list. Double click Legacy Audio drivers, choose uninstall.
4.) Shut down your PC and at the back of the machine, turn the rocker switch to the 0 or off position. Remove the side cover.You should not see a bright LED light glowing on the mainboard.
5.) Remove the sound card from its current PCI slot and move it down one or up one slot.
6.) Replace the side cover, bootup and press f2, F10 or DEL whichever key gets you into the system bios setup pages. You want to find the Onboard Devices page or page with Onboard Devices listed. Highlight onboard audio or AC'97 and the toggle to disabled. If it is already disabled leave it alone, now go to the exit page and bootup.
7.) When you have your desktop but things are still loading, you may be prompted to install drivers for new hardware. Press Cancel or ESC to back out of the Windows Add New Hardware wizard.
8.) Insert the install CD and allow it to install the drivers and then follow up with the associated programs.
9.) Reboot your computer and insert your analog audio out or spdif out to your speaker system's input panel.

Once you reach your desktop again, double click the volume icon in the system tray and check that the proper sliders are up and not muted.

Go to, Control Panel, Sound and Multimedia. Access the property pages for the speakers and ard. Choose digital output only.

You should be good to go at this point. Insert an Audio CD and you should receive sound once again.

If this doesn't work... still, you have a bad sound card. I've returned two to Creative so far. You will want to contact their support department and request an RMA and refer them to our troubleshooting run down

Good Luck,
REMEMBER, if this hasn't worked please DO NOT rate this solution. There was only a 50/50 chance it would work.

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No sound on PC/Lost sound files/Diabled Audio codecs

you need to uninstall pervious installed cd audio driver, Then re-install your audio driver again /restart your computer. if you do not have the cd audio driver, you can visit the website of your motherboard manufacturer. Enter in the search box your motherboard model number which can be located at the motherboard plate somewhere the pci exponsion slot. download the audio driver full path. Pleasure to help you!

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