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Re: problems with suond
If you are having a problem in your sound try to click on the device manager check if your hard ware has a yellow question mark if there is then you need to install the driver for this using the moterboard cd
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Before you go to the motherboard on which maintenance possibilities to the on-motherboard sound card is very limited.
Start>Control Panel>Sounds and Audio Devices>Audio
Click the drop down menu and see if there is more than 1 device capable of taking control of the audio function. If more than 1, select the correct default Audio Output Device>Apply>ok>restart pc.
Then test sound again by playing music in Sample Music.
If no solution emerges and there is a hardware fault (unlikely) to the motherboard soundcard, then buy and install a cheap internal PCI soundcard to bypass the on-board sound card, install it, the drivers and then restart the pc.
try to download the driver of *********** board sound device.. check the manufacturer name model and number of the device you can find the sound device on where the jack for speakers on the back of the mother board usually its color green. hope this may help you
Hello folks, If you install another program like Nero xxx. Nero adds or can take away window media player's format from playing certain codec’s. Any program installed like burner software can do the same. This is a software issue. To help fix it download & install codec's from this site. This should help to regain sound for DVD formats. http://www.free-codecs.com/K_Lite_Codec_Pack_download.htm Free download. Other items. Some PC's can loose DVD sound in windows media player 11. Check that you're version of windows is up to date. Last ditch effort. Insert the DVD & open windows explorer. Right click on the DVD drive & see what the format is. (Ex: ***.vob, ***.mp4, ***.divx). Than search either Microsoft or Google for the matching codec's. Download & install it from the web. Suggestion. Use only one playback software program. Bouncing between programs is not suggested. Find which looks & sound best for you & uninstall the others if not needed.
If by chance non of the above has helped or fixed this issue, please list the program you are using to play DVD's & the format of the DVD.