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hi im josh in cebu phils. may i help you? friend if no sounds working. you need to install the sound card driver built in if you are using sound card built in mainboard or cd if you are using separately. or if it still doesn't work even the software driver is already installed you need to manual setup the software becuase it was installed in the pc but not running to run it go to my computer device manager then click the icon sound then clck update/install driver if browse locate the driver installed in the c folder.then clck run/setup wait til complete then reboot your pc. it will solve the problem. good luck hoped i helped you.
Download a small program called unknown device identifyer then
Most of the drivers/software I get are from a web site driverguide.com you need
to fill out a free registration then search for the driver you need
download it in a format you can use install it and then most times
reboot the computer
The sound quality built in to most mother boards is not the best quality. It is a compromise. The best solution is to install a high quality sound card in an available slot.
For video quality, it is the same issue when it comes to high quality video.
Before installing the new sound card, uninstall the existing sound drivers and sound software for the built in sound as necessary. You may have to go in to the BIOS set-up and dissable the mother board's built in sound. It is best to consult the instructions for *********** board to know the details for the particular mother board. You should contact the dealer for your computer to have proper details.
Turn off the computer, and disconnect the AC cord. Open the case, and install the new sound card according to the instructions that come with it.
When the computer re-starts, it should tell you that it found new hardware. Go through the installation procedure. There will be drivers and some software and drivers that must be installed.
If you are not used to this type of procedure, it would be best for you to take the computer to a computer service place and have them do the installation for you.
You need tp press F2 or Del on startup and enter the bios and look in the peripherals menu, if not there, just look for VGA or onboard graphics and select dissable, but remember there will be a line in the bios to enable the PCI or AGP card as the primary graphics controller, save settings and exit for a restart.
First of all when you installed the sound card and turned on your pc did your operating system detect the sound card. If it did then you would need to install the software driver. In some cases the operating system will have it built it and configure it on its own. If you installed the software and it you still got no sound, Go to device manager and find the sound card. If its there, right click and update driver. If is still does not do it then right click and remove driver. Restart your computer and it should detect your card and then reinstall software. now if it still does not work or detect your card then possibility bad sound card. Hope thats helpfull to you.
Hi, Usually you hit 'deleate' on start-up to get to setup. To delete your old card ..go to Control panel / system / devices, and delete it there or install the drivers. If this is not helpful, please do not give me a bad rating.
i could be a realtek sound chip, althouh XP normally has this built in,so go to the link below for the driver.
If its not realtek you need to find out the chipset fitted.