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Have you checked it's not muted by mistake and that the drivers are installed correctly?

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Nosound


Hi there,

I am going to just have a few guesses at your problem as "nosound" doesnt really clarify it enough =]

If your onboard sound isnt working, You could try looking for an audio driver for this particular motherboard. Google "Intel D865GRH Onboard Sound Driver"

If you are using audio ports in a computer Case, make sure they are connected correctly to the motherboard, or use the audio ports on the back of the board.

Onboard sound does break on some of these older boards, Try using an external soundcard. (PCI or AGP) or a USB one. I picked a 7.1ch USB soundcard up off ebay for $8 and it works fine on all my old motherboards.

Hope this helps you, Best of luck.

Jul 11, 2011 | Intel D865GRH (KD865GRHLKPAK10)...

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My computer no sound after installing windows xp my mother board ECS P4VXAD


You need to install the driver : http://support.creative.com/downloads/download.aspx?nDownloadId=1843

or you can use your onboard soundcard from your motherboard (your motherboard already have onboard soundcard)

cheers

Feb 04, 2011 | Intel Creative Labs Sound Blaster 16 PCI...

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How to install the code28


Are you using a PCI sound card rather than the onboard sound? The onboard is listed as "ADI AD1888; 5.1 channel audio" & IMO, it's much better than "C-Media CMI8738/C3DX Audio".
If you are using a PCI soundcard, did you disable the onboard sound in the BIOS? The drivers for the onboard can be found here:
http://www.foxconnchannel.com/produ...

Jul 07, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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I have an HP Pavillion m9600t with Windows 7. Sometimes when i try to play games the sound crackles and progressively gets worse until the computer freezes. Any thoughts?


This seems to be a problem more with Realtec onboard sound than with a stand alone soundcard. You can try either updating the Realtec driver or using the generic windows driver and forget using the realtec functions. But with my computer the only true fix was to disable onboard sound and install a soundcard. Hope this helps.

Sep 06, 2009 | HP Pavilion Elite M9600T Desktop PC with...

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Configuring two soundcards for parallel functioning


a windows computer can only use one sound card for one function

you can use the internal sound card for output
you can use the usb sound card for input / recording.

you can't use both for both.

Start -> control panel -> sounds and audio devices properties
open up audio page

You can have one device selected on Sound playback
You can have one device selected on Sound recording.

you can change which sound card is used for which function on this page. if you want to use the internal sound card set both settings to the internal if you want to use the external change both settings to the external.

Jan 09, 2009 | IBM Lenovo ThinkCentre M55e PC Desktop

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No sound card detected even though I can hear CDs from PC


first check that you are having no problems with your soundcard, go to control panel>system>hardware>device manager and see if there is a yellow exclamtion mark next to the soundcard.. If there is then try updating the drivers for it, or uninstalling it by right clicking it and choose uninstall then reboot the computer, the soundcard will be picked up as new hardware and should be installed again. Before you do this though you need to be sure that you have a pci soundcard actually installed and not an onboard chipset soundcard. If you have an onboard soundcard then it may not be good enough for games to be played. A lot of games require a minimum type of soundcard. Check to see what you have. Go to control panel as explained and write down the model number of your soundcard. Then check the minimum requirements for the game you are trying to play.

Dec 23, 2008 | HP Pavilion a1240n (EG136AA) PC Desktop

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Idont get any sound at all through the speckers


This could be a number of things. The first thing to do is make sure the speakers arent faulty, grab some headphones or whatnot from a discman or ipod and plug em in.

If your using a soundcard/ not onboard sound. Then you need to try all the outlets with the speaker connection. Ive come across a few that are mis labeled. Also if your using a soundcard, you need to install all the drivers for your specific soundcard, and disable your onboard sound.

For onboard sound basically check the volume controls, make sure none of the boxes are muted. Silly i know but it happens.

Most issues can be fixed in the sound and audio part of the control panel, make sure your soundcard or whatnot is the installed option for playback, etc.



Aug 06, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Have no audio device driver


Helen what type of PC you have? Is sound onboard or soundcard?

if soundcard then the driver come with it on otherhand onboard then you must have MOTHERBOARD CD DRIVERS

Jul 12, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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The driver that connects the computer sound system is not working and I have no sound


If you can afford a soundcard place this in the pc and disable the onboard soundcard as this onboard soundcard requires updates from the manufatures website plus download the latest updates for motherboard this is the only help I can give on this problem.

best of luck in sorting your sound problems

Jul 08, 2008 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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