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No sound either

Every feedbacks tend to say the PC is receiving sound but nothing is coming out of the speakers... why?

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  • funguss Sep 05, 2009

    I have no such option in the F12 setup menu...

    no every driver seems optimal, I re installed all of them.

    The devices seems to be set correctly in the sound control panel (i have vista) and the test are ok.

    Cubase receives sound and the device is set correctly.

    But the speaker doesn't want to play that input! They'll play anything but what's coming from that UA-4FX.


  • funguss Sep 05, 2009

    even when I record with window recorder I can't hear it when I play, but when i open the saved file to listen to it I hear the guitar.

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Do the speakers have power, if so, is the integrated audio turned on(During start-up hit "F12-setup" right before boot up. Your pc might have this option, if so turn it on, if it's on then you may have an issue with your audio drivers. go to start/control pannel/performance and maintanace/system/hardware/device manager.....now check to see if you have any yellow exclamation marks on the audio devices, if so you need to re-install drivers...if everything checks out ok here, then your soundcard is bad. good luck

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  • Pablo Gonzalez Sep 05, 2009

    do the speakers have power, if so, is the integrated audio turned on(During start-up hit "F12-setup" right before boot up. Your pc might have this option, if so turn it on, if it's on then you may have an issue with your audio drivers. go to start/control pannel/performance and maintanace/system/hardware/device manager.....now check to see if you have any yellow exclamation marks on the audio devices, if so you need to re-install drivers...if everything checks out ok here, then your soundcard is bad. good luck

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