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No audio device found in my windows xp thats why no sound is coming out of my speakers

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Reinstall drivers and if that does not work replace your sound card.

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0xC00D11BA


Is this a sound problem with Windows Media Player 9? If so, I found a thread online which should be of some help. The solution from that site is as follows:
"One thing comes to mind. Open WMP, go to Tools, Options, Devices and wait till the window populates. Then highlight Speakers and click the Properties button.
Where it says, "Audio Device to Use", try changing to "Default Direct Sound Device". If that is already chosen, choose your soundcard from the dropdown list."

For the full thread, go here: http://www.windowsbbs.com/windows-xp/16782-windows-media-player-9-0xc00d11ba-cannot-play-file.html
Credit goes to Abraxas.
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I re-installed windows xp service park 2 but there is no sound


You need to install sound driver separately after installing XP.


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Audio problem. computer speakers are working beeps etc, but radio and video no sound


In Windows XP, go to:

Start -> Control Panel -> Sounds & Audio Devices -> Audio
Ensure that your sound card, and not a USB device, is selected for audio output as the default device.

In Windows Vista/7:

Start -> Control Panel -> Sound
Ensure that 'speakers' is selected as the default device.

Alternatively, if the beeps are coming from the computer case itself, please clarify as such with a follow up response.

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Kindly reinstall the Sound drivers and also check your speakers with another system if its working.

Mar 16, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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2.1 SPEAKERS NO SOUND. CONTROL PANEL DOESN'T RECOGNIZE ANY AUDIO DEVICE & CANNOT ADJUST SPEAKER VOLUME.HAVE NEVER HAD SPEAKERS HOOKED UP BEFORE.


> CONTROL PANEL DOESN'T RECOGNIZE ANY AUDIO DEVICE

That's your problem. It could be:

* the audio-device integrated on your computer's motherboard is "disabled" -- Windows cannot use it

* there is *NO* audio-device integrated on your computer's motherboard -- Windows cannot use non-existent hardware.

* Windows has not installed the correct device-drivers for the integrated audio-device.

* you have an add-in PCI audio-device, and Windows has not installed the correct device-drivers for this hardware.

Do the speakers work if the output from an iPod is connected to the input-jack on the speakers?

Do the speakers work if connected to some other computer (laptop or desktop) ?

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I try to play audio then messase comes "AUDIO DEVICE NOT FOUND"


you have to install your sound chip drivers without it you can't use sound.

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The speaker icon is gone from the lower right icon list. There is no sound coming from the speakers and going to control panel and then audio devices it shows that there is "no audio device" ???Windows...


well buddy u need to reinstall ur sound drivers as it has got Courrpted.provide us with the make or the model of the mobo to give u proper drivers.

Jul 05, 2009 | Acer Computers & Internet

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My speaker sound


If you are using Windows XP, click >Start>Control Panel>Sound, Speech and audio devices> again >Sound, Speech and audio devices> then check the "Device Volume" control. Also check the controls under "Advanced" button.

Feb 15, 2009 | Polk Audio AMR50 Computer Speakers

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Nikkai VoIP funky internet phone - software problem?


I installed a U.S. Robotics VoIP phone on a Vista Laptop and had exactly the same problem.

The reason why it happens is because a VoIP phone contains a microphone and speaker. Windows Vista/XP senses the microphone and speaker as two seperate entities. It then sets them both as the default microphone and speaker. You won't notice this being done until you get the 'Index out of bounds (1)' error.

Simply go to the control panel, and look for the sound/speaker/audio device option, then the sound and audio devices, click on the audio tab and make sure the 'sound playback' and 'sound recording' default devices are that of the laptop/pc and not of the VoIP phone.

Hopefully that should solve the problem.

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No sound device found


check for devices in "other devices" in Device manager

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