My boss just bought and assembled a new workstation for me. It's got an Intel DP35DPM motherboard, and everything seems to be working fine, except that I can't get audio to play. I check DxDiag and it lists ATI HD Audio rear output, then SigmaTel Audio 1 and 2. I plug in my speakers, or my headphones, and get nothing when I try to play a sound (tried .WAV, .MIDI, .MP3, and a CD).
So I went to the intel site, and downloaded the latest audio drivers, and installed them. This time, when I go into the provided utility and click on my speakers for a test sound, all I get is a three-second burst of static in first my left, then right speaker. Everything in the device manager looks fine, there were no conflicts when I installed the newest driver, and the BIOS is set correctly to use the onboard audio.
Any ideas what the problem might be, or how I might go about fixing this? Audio is kind of important for me, and I need to get it working ASAP.
I have the same problem. When I first installed the driver it worked, but the audio faded in and out in a really annoying way. Then it stopped playing altogether. I'd reinstall the driver and it'd come back temporarily and now not at all.
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Re: Audio not working on new custom PC
In the control panel check sound and audio devices option- audio-default playback device- default recording device. Check whether sigma tel audio is present by default. if not then try changing to dafault audio devices both play back and recording options.Restart computer to check sound is heard this time.. all the best !
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OF COURSE there are no Windows XP networking drivers for this Intel motherboard. WinXP was released in 2001; this motherboard wasn't even DESIGNED until XP had already been replaced by Windows Vista and Windows 7. Why would Intel ever bother to make drivers for an OLD operating system for NEW hardware?
You bought NEW hardware; you need a NEW operating system to make it work. If you want to use XP, you won't be able to do any networking with this system. If you want to be able to network this system, you'll need to buy a modern operating system for the modern hardware.
I know this isn't the answer you want to hear, but you also won't find Microsoft writing a NEW operating system to work with my OLD AMD 386DX-40 motherboard. Of course, you can always complain to Intel and Microsoft, but that won't change the reality. You have NEW hardware, which is great, but NO ONE is going to design and write NEW drivers for an OLD operating system to work with your new system.
IF THE DRIVER FROM THE INTEL SITE IS NOT WORKING THEN YOU MAY HAVE A HARDWARE ISSUE WITH YOUR MOTHERBOARD.
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This motherboard let you onboard audio device. So now you have to install your driver of your audio device to make sound. To install insert your diskette in your CD-ROM which has come when you bought a new PC or new motherboard. Your motherboard supports 6-channel audio codec device which is inbuilt.
please try to found the rigth driver or the last, for you sound card with the manufacturer of the motherboard, and in case that is teh driver that give you problem go to my pc rigth click manager , device, look for the sound device and under the tab drivers rollback the driver. best regards italocub
You can find the correct model number either printed on the motherboard or typed on a sticker in-between the wihte PCI slots. Check all sides of all slots including the IDE slots. If your motherboard came in a case (Pre-assembled) the model number may be found on the case. Every Intel is a little different. Once you find the correct Intel model number, use the link above & click on its link. Choose your operating system from Intel.
Creat a folder on your desktop & name the folder Audio. Download the sound driver software into the audio folder.
TIP: Enter your Bios & make sure the Audio is set to [Enabled] or [Realtek] depending which MB you have.
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