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Re: dell AUDIO INTEGRATED HDA 7.1 DOLBY DIGITAL C
first your take Mother board cd next you Install sound Drivers how to install see below instructions ---------
******#### Click MyComputer Properties -Click Hardware - Device Manager see some computer Drivers not install drivers identified yellowSibel for exam : Multimedia sound drivers ? DubulClik That Symbol update driver click next you select your sound drivers...>>>>>>>>>>>ok by if any Problam firstname.lastname@example.org
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ADI1984 Integrated Audio
The OptiPlex 755 HDA audio implementation uses the HDA 1.0-compliant digital bus from the ICH8 and the Analog Devices ADI1984 HDA codec.
The Analog Devices codec provides the following:
Analog inputs for line-in and mic
A single amplified stereo output connected to front headphones
A line level output connected to back line-out
A mono output for optional internal speaker
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I had a problem with a sound card on a Dell machine. All test showed it was working fine but it still produced no sound. I tried reloading the driver and then tried a newer driver going to the manufacturers web site for support and it still did not work. I did make an observation that some Windows sounds (like a new email) was coming through. I use HMDI for both sound and video so I wondered if by chance the video card (Nividia) could do it all. I removed the sound card but nothing changed. I went into BIOS and found that there was a sound card integrated into the MB. I activated the integrated sound and now all works beautifully and the original sound card sits on my shelf. If you have an integrated sound card make sure it is not ON if you also are using the discrete card and also if you remove your discrete card then turn the integrated on, It worked for me.
Your Device Manager not registering the device is worrisome. Maybe remove the card reboot and then shutdown reinstall the card and reboot and see if it picks it up. Oxide or dust on the pins can be a problem. There are parts cleaner sprays that help, the fumes are strong so make sure you have good ventilation and try not to breathe any more fumes than necessary.
The issue can be resolved by applying the HP patch SP33867. You
can download the Microsoft Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) Bus driver
for High Definition Audio from http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=US&swItem=ob-47284-1
the "Analog Devices ADI 198x Integrated HD Audio Drivers" from
http://support.dell.com/. Direct link for this driver is
You can download the drivers from Dell WEB site, thesupport download page. Make sure you select your model desktop or laptop,better still, type in the Service Tag number, it is printed on the label on thebottom of the laptop and on the back or sides of a desktop. (If the Service Taglabel is missing then go into the BIOS setting and on one of the BIOS pages,the Service Tag number will be displayed). This will open the page where thespecific drivers for your model computer are located. Also make sure you selectthe Windows XP or Vista version of the drivers for your Windows operatingsystem. Click on this link to download the drivers: -
Hi, The error Oxc00D11BA means that a media player like Windows Media Player is detecting a problem with your sound card so no sound is produced. This usually sorted out by updating or reinstalling your audio drivers.
All you have to do go to Dell's support website here and download & install the drivers for the audio >>>>>>>>
where you able to install the chipset drivers for your desktop, please double check if your drivers are all installed, you can try to go to support.dell.com enter the service tag of your computer under the drivers and download category and you will be able to see all the drivers there, mot probably its just a driver issue.
You should be able to download the original driver files from Dell Support Drivers & Downloads.
However, this may be worth a try:
Go to Start --> Run, and type in services.msc.
A window will pop up with a list of services. Scroll down to Windows Audio. Right-click and click on Properties. Make sure that "Startup type" is set to automatic. Also, make sure, under "Service status," start is selected.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread. If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take a moment to kindly rate this post....thanks!
Go to Control Panel >> Sounds and Audio Devices. Click on Advanced button under Speaker Settings and for Speaker Setup select 5.1 surround sound speakers from the options. Click Apply >> Ok and then check.
it sounds like an issue of driver installation order. If not installed in the correct order, the drivers may not function correctly. The correct order is:
Desktop System Software Chipset Utility Video Driver Audio Driver Modem Driver Network Driver
My suggestion is to do a system restore to the 1st available restore point (The one created at boot after you reinstalled) then install the drivers in the correct order. (NOTE: Before you can play a DVD, you will have to install the DVD player too)