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Microsoft UAA Audio Bus Driver for MSI MS-7592

Sound device not enabled in Windows 7. Installed every driver possible, still no sound. Previous sound was functioning same OS same hardware. Puzzled.

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Well, you could uninstall anything related to the sound device. If you can, I suggest using the sound driver provided by the manufacturer. Let me know how it went, thanks.

Posted on Mar 03, 2014


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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: No Sound

This motherboard uses a Realtek ALC655 audio chip you can download from here

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Microsoft UAA Bus driver for High Definition Audio(Driver install

hi im josh in cebu phils.friend if it happens that dsplay or hear need to install manually the sound driver coz its not yet working right now even installed. All you have to is go the my computer device manger then click the sound card icon.then click installed/ update the driver. if browse go to c program files folder then look for soundcard folder then click setup or run.complete the installation then reboot your pc.this will solve your me so that i wl know if i helped you.thanks.

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SOURCE: microsoft UAA Bus Driver for high definition audio for windows 20

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Windows 7 64 bit upgrade then sound doe,s not work tested speackers and connections any ideas

See my previous post here:

Your mixer: Right-click on the sound icon. Go through the menus--see which sound system currently is configured for use: Is that correct? (It's likely that the onboard sound ports are enabled by default. Thus, you can't get sound through your sound card, instead.)

Another option, perhaps, is HDMI. A video card featuring an HDMI port--or onboard video circuitry featuring an HDMI port--passes through both High-definition video--and, audio! Such config also proves available in the mixer, as well. Again, invoking such circuitry requires making that default (or otherwise usable) in the mixer.

I prefer to make every sound config option visible. Two sets are available in the sound icon mixer (from Windows)--those for "Play" and "Capture" (recording or monitoring). Check every box for each set to make their options visible and perhaps usable.

So, you wish to use your C-Media card!: It's likely then that disabling the onboard sound circuitry and ports may help. Using both proves still perhaps possible. Nonetheless, driver conflict also is possible. Have you checked device driver for driver conflicts and function? (Device Manager in Control Panel.) Any missing drivers, or codes indicating failure?

To disable onboard sound, go through your BIOS menus and find the one which enables onboard sound--click or "Tab"/"Space" to disable. Then, tab or click, navigating to the last menu. Indicate "Yes" in the option that saves your new BIOS configuration and reboots. (A less desirable method is to disable the onboard sound circuitry in Device Manager--found in Control Panel.)

(To get into BIOS config--turn on you or shut down and restart your machine--press the "Delete" key--well before the hard drive and OS boots. A newer BIOS allows mouse navigation and clicking to change config--older ones require the keyboard and use the "Tab" key to navigate. The "Space" key on the bottom of the keyboard allows assent to change an option.)

Check out C-Media's driver config icon program--in Control Panel (perhaps available in the task tray, as well). Is configuration accurate? Testing your speakers here also proves possible--that's very useful as you tinker.

Try upgrading the driver--with a correct download from C-Media's site or directly from right-clicking in Device Manager. (Recently, C-Media set up an easier to use site--one which doesn't require registration and joining.) The driver disk you note can't be updated--it may grant you function initially, anyway, though. (Config likely is similar or the same.)

Alternately for Windows, one may obtain third-party driver update software--online or on a disk. This sometimes proves more accurate than device manager--Microsoft often doesn't care always about noting and downloading the most current drivers. If it works OK and isn't a security risk, it's fine.

Go through each menu--from Microsoft (their sound icon executable), and C-Media Control Panel/Task tray executable--tinker, if necessary, to obtain function and enhanced function....

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Sound Issues

You can start with checking for the most recent BIOS version and sound card drivers, as well as settings in the BIOS, to ensure all is up to date, enabled, and compatible with the OS.

Jul 18, 2014 | HP 650 Notebook PC

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Hp pavillion converted into windows 7 ultimate from windows vista and sound does not function. downloaded sound driver for windows 7 but does not work still. please help...

Try 'roll back driver', follow these steps;
- Open Device Manger from the Windows 7 Control Panel.
- In Device Manager, locate the device that you want to roll back the driver for (her its sound driver). (Navigate through the hardware categories by clicking the > icon. You can find specific devices under these major hardware categories.)
- After finding the hardware you're rolling back the driver for, right click on the device's name or icon and click on Properties.
- In the Properties window for the device, click the Driver tab.
- On the Driver tab, click the Roll Back Driver button. (If the Roll Back Driver button is disabled, Windows 7 does not have a previous driver to roll back to so you won't be able to complete this process.)
- Click the Yes button to the "Are you sure you would like to roll back to the previously installed driver software?" question.
The previously installed driver will now be restored. You should see the Roll Back Driver button as disabled after the roll back is complete.
- Click the Close button at the bottom of the device properties screen.
- Click Yes on the System Settings Change dialog box that says "Your hardware settings have changed. You must restart your computer for these changes to take effect. Do you want to restart your computer now?"
DONE, Hope this helps,
Please rate if this solution was helpful, thanks!
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Jul 18, 2011 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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The audio in my acer aspire 4715Z is not working and my operating system is windows 7.

Good day,
1. Click Start Menu, click Control Panel 2. Double click Device Manager 3, Expand Sound, video and GC
With Drivers pcsyke_1.jpg

Without Drivers
pcsyke.png 4. If your audio device has no sound driver, click the link below and install. Note: Choose the right driver for your Operating system on the drop down menu and the right vendor. Windows Vista driver will work as Windows 7, choose x86 if your using a 32bit OS.
However, the line-in connection to your sound card is muted by default. This means that if you plug an audio device into this port, it will not produce any sound on your computer until you enable sound for the line-in connection. pcsyke_0.png
To enable sound for the line-in connection
  1. Open Audio Devices and Sound Themes by clicking the Start button 4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33.png, clicking Control Panel, clicking Hardware and Sound, and then clicking Sound.

  2. Click the Playback tab, click Speakers, and then click Properties.

  3. Click the Levels tab, and then, under Line In, click the Mute button 6b62e2ae-431c-4fb5-8905-aaaea5b445a4.png to enable sound for the line-in connection.


Hope this helps, thank you for posting.

Jul 02, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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After installing xp service pack 3 my sound stopped working,i downloaded the realtek sound drivers and installed them,and it still doesnt work,any other solution you have?could an operating system mess...

What I could recon from your question is that your audio driver is not installed in your reformatted PC.

Please be informed that any Driver software depends upon the PC make, Motherboard type and Operating System. You need to know all the three information's to do get going.

Please refer the above image. It is clearly seen that your Laptop does not support Windows XP. It only supports Windows Vista or higher.
Thus I would request you to use Windows 7 as OS because all the hardware drivers are available for windows 7 by Toshiba including the Sound.
This is the Direct Driver Download link for your laptop. Here you need to select your Operating System (Windows7) and all the drivers will follow in the list below. Here you will also find windows XP but you will see that a lot of drivers are missing including the sound driver.
So, my suggestion is to upgrade to windows 7.
Good Luck.

Jun 13, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite U305-S7449 Notebook

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No audio and mixer device installed

1) Check all of the drivers in the device manager (I'm using on deck sound). All are functioning properly.
2) Do the suggested "Add Hardware" option to update to the latest drivers, all of which I already had.
3) Start -> Run -> services.msc -> Windows Audio, and made sure it was started up and set to automatically start on setup.
4) Made sure that the sound was enabled in the BIOS.
5) Insert a modified "machine.inf" file into the Plug and Play Enumerator.
6) Start -> Run -> msconfig -> Services, and made sure Windows Audio was checked and running.
7) System Restore (to check if one of the updates might have caused the problem)
8) Make sure the speakers were still functioning properly

is your hardware enabled ?
check it out via control panel -sound,speech and audio - sound and audio devices - hardware.
highlight your sound device and click on properties.
at the bottom of the window check that the device is Enabled.

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I have no sound at all..everything tells me that all is good and enabled, could it be my card is caput....

Can you please tell me if when you turn on the computer if you are getting sound windows sound. then it is some settings in the computer check if mute is not checked or check in device manager if the correct sound drivers are installed.

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My computer has no sound and i don' know how to put sound back on to my computer

Probably a driver problem. Go to device manager and then sound devices and update your sound drivers...Or it could be a problem if the sound card is intergrated. You ca purchsed a pci sound card and fix it. You might want to check the bios and make sure your sound is enabled,,Hope this helps,,,,Darren

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I re-installed windows xp professional OS on my HP pavilion dv1000 and whenever I try to play a cd, it tells me that Windows Media Player cannot play the file because there is a problem with your sound...

Even though you installed windows you may not have installed the drivers required for the sound card. These are available here

You should also download any other drivers that may be required while you are there.


If there are any items in the hardware list with an exclamation mark the get the drivers for that too as you need to make sure your hardware is 100% working before you do much else.

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