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No sound on my new computer

I don't have any sound on my computer. when i try to install the Realtek audio, i get a message "there are no mixer devices available:

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  • setu Mar 19, 2008

    no sound mixer in my computer

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2008

    no mixer devices are installed

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    Emelio Navaja May 11, 2010

    Please tell me the model of your sound card.

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Hello!

You did not give any additional info about your problem. i assumed that the issue was already resolved. thanks for using fixya. melnavz

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Well...you might consider getting new driver set for your computer here

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Install your audio driver for your motherboard.

Go to Asus Downloads

In the "Input Model to Search" box in the upper left, type your motherboard model. (P6T)

Click the Search Info button.

You will get a page that has 6 versions of the P6T motherboard. Select the correct one.

A window will open asking for your operating system. Select it from the drop-down menu. Click Search.

The list of available drivers will open. Click the x next to Audio.

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After the download, close all programs and run (double-click) the file you downloaded. Reboot after the install.

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1. Disable your onboard audio in CMOS
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3. Go into 'search' and type in 'hdaud' and delete those files that come up.
4. Reboot and double check 2 and 3 above.
5. Reboot and go into CMOS and enable your onboard audio.
6. Load your audio drivers from your setup disc-DO NOT LET THE COMPUTER LOOK FOR A DRIVER THRU THE 'FOUND NEW HARDWARE' PROMPT-PRESS CANCEL.
7. Reboot and hopefully, enjoy the sound.

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Hello annointed,
The mixer should have installed during the install of your audio software.
If you have your Acer CD you can load your CD & look for the driver folder & open it. Find Audio or Sound folder.
Re-install your driver software.
You can open the link below that will open Acer's PDF file that contains your audio software. Depending on which sound device you have in your notebook.
Acer sucks at maintaining the correct drivers for their model no#.
Though you can find the Aspire 5570-2609 notebook, Acer does not list their driver's as 5570-269. They only list Aspire 5500-5570. For the 5570 click here & goto pg. 2
Audio driver v.5.10.0.5273
Windows XP AS3680_Audio.zip
http://www.acerpanam.com/synapse/forms/AcerDrivers/Aspire%205570.pdf?CFID=40052&CFTOKEN=54644383

For the Aspire 5500 goto this link:
http://www.acerpanam.com/synapse/forms/AcerDrivers/Aspire%205500.pdf?CFID=40052&CFTOKEN=54644383
Page 2.
5500Z - Realtek Audio Driver v5.10.0.5820
Windows XP
AS5500Z_Audio.zip

Good luck!

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first u want do, go to the device manager and removed aukown device driver. restart the computer.

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