I got too card sound in my pc, my icon sound is fine too
I got too card sound in my pc, my icon sound is fine and whem i make a click on it i can fix it like up and down the volume. but i got the other card on board in my pc it doesn't work properly when i go to computer managment and i click on device manager i see my card on board not work properly. if i try to update the driver i ain't got any answer.
Re: i got too card sound in my pc, my icon sound is fine...
Have you tried to disable the on board sound? if your sound card is working okay as you say then it wont matter about on board audio. just make sure your speakers are connected to the sound card, not the motherboard audio.
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if the autoplay option pops out after u insert ur memory card that means tat ur pc is reading it but the memory card may be corrupt slightly; for fixing tat try to format ur memory card , to format ur Mc go to "my computer" ur Mc icon is displayed there right click on tat icon ul find "format" option click on it n another tat opens press start wait till ur Mc is formatted then you remove n insert it again it will work fine
You need to reinstall your sound card drivers. This software driver is available in your CD installer shipped with your laptop. Try to look for it and install it and see if your laptop will have sound.
Also, before trying to reinstall your sound driver, it is also logical if you could check if it is just "disabled" in the device manager. If you can enable it, it should fix your problem the easiest way.
Right click on your "My Computer" icon on your desktop and click "Properties"
Click on the Hardware Tab
Click the "Device Manager" button.
On the "Device Manager" window, click on the plus "+" sign near "Sound, video and game controllers".
Make sure that NO sound device is disabled. If there is, ENABLE it. (Click it to select then click the "enable" button above.
if you are running windows xp or linus i may not be able to help altought the problem might be solved in almoust the same way. For windows vista right click on the volume icon in the system tray icons and choose playback devices select HDMI output ( for 5920G is "Realtek HDMI Output" ) then press the "Set Default" button. The other way around is to go in the Control Pannel in the "Hardware and sound" cthegory and select sount than seth the default output to Realtek HDMI Output in the "Control Pannel Home" view, or in Classic view click/doubble click on "Sound" icon ( a speaker ) and do the same. In windows XP there is a similar approach. In linux go to System ->> Administration ->> Soundcard Detection and you should find a setting equivalent to the one in Windows
Check the audio cables and power cable for the speaker if you are using one. Check the audio cable is plugged on the green audio outlet on the pc. if everything looks fine then go to Control panel and sound settings Make sure the main sound level is up. Right click on the my computer icon and left click on the properties and device manager and make sure the sound card driver is not removed and it does not have any yellow warning sign on the side of it. if there is you need to install the driver again. if the driver is not showing under the sound and video game controllers highligt my computer from that screen and click on Action tab and scan for scan for harware changes. ( PERFORM THE FOLLOWING IF YOUR SOUND CARD IS NOT ON BOARD OR USING PCI SOUND CARD EXPANSION) If the computer or the computer area resently cleaned and pc is moved while the Audio cable is plugged in and pulled. You need to open the Pc and make sure the Sound card is pushed in all the way in to the socket. I listed all the possible fixes i hope one of these could fix your problem.
1)Load up control panel 2) Access your system icon 3) Get into the Hardware Manager
In that hardware manager click scan for hardware changes. The sound and audio section should expand with a yellow question mark. Click on the icon and choose �Update Driver�.
can u see a speaker or volume icon at the tray, where the clock exists.
if yes, then click on it and check the pin that goes to cpu for speakers.
if you cant see the icon then check the installation of sound card from:
right click to "my computer" go to properties--->hardware---->device manager---->then check in sound, game controller, if u have the availibility of sound card there,
if u have an extra sound card installed on PCI slot in the motherboard then fix the card properly or reinstall it properly..
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If you mean that you removed the software drivers for the sound card, yes you can re-install the drivers if you have the CD disk that contains the driver software. Carefull though, make sure your just loading the driver software for the sound card and not re-insatlling the whole operating system!
first of all let me know your pc catagory if you have on board sound card pls collect perticular motherboard cd insert it and when its run automatically check mark sound application and continue, if you imformed to reastart pls do it and go get it
if you have pci sound card pls insert disc of it and run setup or when you fix it in your pc your computer ill informed you by ne hardware found window.click nex in confirmation dialoge box,select perticular sund card software restart and enjoye your musical life,
if all ok click start-setting-control panel- open sound and audio
devices check PLACE VOLUME ICON IN THE TACK BAR and now your music on.if there is nothing then pls go get your personal hardare vendor or proper technician of pc hardware.