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Re: audio does not function
I think your recommends windows xp professional sp2... if you are not using sp2 then upgrade to it .... if you are using it then sp2 itself then me some more clearly whether you need the speaker driver or you want the audio driver, tell me the configuration if so, if speaker driver tell the model .......
if you let me know that much i will give you the links to download it ..
i am always here to assist you ... reply me soon..
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It is entirely possible that the onboard audio died on the mainboard. They fail quite often. However, in order to use an aftermarket card in place of the onboard audio, you will need to go into the CMOS setup and disable the onboard audio to allow the SoundBlaster audio to do its thing.
1.Drivers are usually given by the manufacturer to work with the latest OS (operating Systems). Sometime Windows 7 will detect the device and input the drivers it has in it "cab files" but if not present it will prompt you to look online to the manufactures website for updates or it will ask you to run the compatibility wizard . 2. Windows 7 has an option also to run the device in another operating system mode such as Windows XP and may have the drivers stored in the "cab files" for Windows XP for example. If not the manufacturers device will not run in the Windows 7 environment.
Go into control panel / sounds / sounds and audio / select audio blind / should see a driver listed in each device. Back to sounds blind /test sound, if you can see the black arrow but its greyed out then driver is faulty. If you can click on it and it changes baxk to th esquare all is OK, ensure the sound jack is plugged into the GREEN ones at rear PC. Also check in volume blind that speakers are selected.
if you have external speakers for your pc make sure they work first. next take the audio cable that came with the monitor , and plug the blue end of audio jack into the back of monitor. the other end is green , that plugs into your audio out of your computer which is green. if it still does not work , you need to check to make sure your volume is set correctly in windows , linux or mac os. win xp go to start button , control panel , sounds speech and audio devices. next adjust the system volume , make sure device volume is all the way set and that mute box is not checked. if you have other operating system the same method applies , just different process of getting there.
this is an easy fix . Go to The web site for REALTEKAC97 AUDIO and down load audio drivers foryou E-Machine T3410 with the approaite os (windows XP HOME) . After restarting your desktop all will be good. I had the same problem , this is the easiest and cheapest (free) way to get all well with your PC...JOEPROMO