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Re: Sound interferance when plugged into m/board
Is your sound card onboard? try to do the ff..
1. try to reinstall the driver.
2.clean the knob of your speaker, may be the volume of your speaker dirty ,clean it or try onother speaker
3.try to use another sound card ,may the onboard is defective already.
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click start control panel on the left select hardware and sound then select manage audio devices playback see which speakers have been selected (green tick) right click select properties enhancements you might be able to make some changes there also select advanced for studio quality or another quality in windows 7 hope this helps
Sometimes other components interfere with the sound car. If you have other cards like video, Lan etc near the sound car its can interfere. Try to put the sound car away from other cards if you have a slot available. Good Luck.
Hi there, assuming that your onboard sound card is capable of 5.1 output, you would need three of those y-cables (adapters) that go from 1/8" stereo to two RCA jacks to connect to your coby csp96. Each pair would represent a n audio channel to correspond to the one on your coby csp96. If you don't want the 5.1 output option, or you sound card doesn't have that capability, you can just buy one y-cable and plug it in the green output and connect it to your coby system. Make sure you get one or three with a long enough cable to reach from your computer to the surround sound system.
Since the left and right speakers sound pretty good, there is no problem with the driver software, the problem is in the sound system itself. be sure to have your sound system be check by a professional technician
I do have D845GBV2 intel System Board,Some time before my computer need to be formated but sound and other drivers ware lost while it has been formatted.What should I do to have sound drive?
I visited intel web site(www.intel.com) and tried to find my system model.On it I downloaded AC 97 audio drive(1.89mb),it takes almost 15 min with 56kbps modum.
my system successfully out put a nice sound through its 3D surround speaker after I install this driver.