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SOUND CARD I CANNOT DRIVE MY built-in sound although all the are installed...

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    I CANNOT DRIVE MY built-in sound although all the are installed

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    sound card inset but sound is not come

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    prescott 800 p4i65gv

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    prescott800 P4i65GV pls get me a onboard sound driver

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Have you installed the drivers for the sound card

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Is a microphone built into the sound card?


hi ambednarczyk,

Unfortunately a microphone is not built into the sound card. Although there is a 3.5mm jack slot wherein you can connect a microphone.

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I reinstalled Windows Xp pro when i upgraded my hard drive. Now, in sounds and audio devices it says i have no device. and there are no sounds


u need to install sound drivers from the CD that came with your PC
if u have a custom built PC then use the motherboard CD for the sound card installation....
if all efforts fail the the best solution for the time is
use a USB Sound Card adaptor, buy in Ebay for 1$, attach it to the USB port and connect the speaker sound oput jack in that adaptor...that will buy some time to solve ur sound card issue...
i too had the same issue and till date i am on my USB sound card system...i am Ok with it....

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Hi.. My name is Sandra I've problem my motherboard asus p4s533-mx, sound drive doesn't work my computercan not play any sound. Please help me!


sandra,dear madem your problem is easy to solve but your question is not clear...tell me sound card is built in or other.if some times driver corupt and sound card does not work properly...once a sound card driver uninstall and then install again may be your problem is solve.....thanks.....rate it

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Windows XP media player.no sound.sound card or audio devise.


If *********** board does not ave in-built soundlike AC'97, soundmax,etc. then use a sound card on any one of your PCI slots....sodeep

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No sound out of the speaker of my lap to dv9000


hi im josh may i he lp you? try this; Sound cards range from simple built-in features to elaborate two-piece devices with physical control panels that mount into a 5 1/4-inch drive bay. The basic purpose of sound cards is to allow the user to hear sounds played by the OS and programs, along with music from audio CDs and other audio files, plus sound from DVD and other types of videos. In addition, these allow for voice communication using software such as Yahoo Messenger, AOL Instant Messenger, and Windows Messenger, along with Internet telephone calls, voice-recognition software, and other uses.
Sound Card Removal and Installation Sound cards are physically installed and removed in the same way as any other card using the same interface (PCI or ISA), except that there are likely to be analog audio cables connected to it inside the computer. On a motherboard with onboard sound, there will also be audio connectors. These connectors are for connecting analog audio to optical drives, modems, and other devices. Some of these connectors are polarized, but even if they aren't, the worst that can happen is that the right and left audio channels could be reversed. Figure 8.4 shows the audio connectors on a sound card.
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Figure 8.4: A sound card's audio connectors. External Sound Connections Sound cards can vary as to the number and type of external inputs and outputs. The most basic, usually found on motherboards with built-in sound, have three:
Microphone input: This is for a computer microphone, although battery- powered condenser mics usually work in these jacks.
Line input: This is for an external line source such as a cassette deck or CD player's line outputs.
Speaker/headphone output: This is a headphone-level output that can sometimes drive small, non-amplified speakers. They are usually connected to amplified speakers.
A sound card with a built-in amplifier would have full-power speaker outputs, able to drive most non-amplified speakers. More advanced cards have a whole assortment of inputs and outputs. On many cards, the icons that identify each jack are very difficult to see and interpret, especially when you are struggling just to see any part of the back of the computer. Consult the manufacturer's documentation. Figure 8.5 shows sound card jack panels.
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Figure 8.5: A sound card jack panels. Now look carefully at Figure 8.5. The concentric arcs represent sound waves. An arrow pointing toward the center indicates a line input, while an arrow pointing away from the center represents a line output. The microphone and speaker icons are more illustrative than are the others.
Diagnosing and Repairing Sound Problems There are a number of steps you can take to correct sound problems. First, make sure the speakers are powered, turned on, and turned up. Make sure all external connections are correct, and that the cables aren't damaged. Run System File Checker (see Chapter 11). Reinstall the sound drivers. Sometimes, you'll have to remove the device in Device Manager, shut down the computer, remove the card, restart the computer and uninstall any programs that came with the sound card, and then shut down the computer again. Then, follow the manufacturer's directions for installing the card, or just reboot and see if Windows will install it correctly. If you have any trouble with resource conflicts, which would be evidenced by instant lockups, go into the BIOS and make sure Plug and Play is enabled.
Selecting a Sound Card A basic sound card is good for most people. High-end models are good for gamers and musicians. Some people like to have surround sound with their computers, so surround sound models are common.

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My sound driver can't install...a built in sound card, my motherboard is emaxx.


hi im josh in cebu phils.may i help you? friend try these solutions i gathered; Let's look at the simple stuff first. Is the card installed properly in your system unit? Have you connected the audio cable from your sound card to your CD-ROM/DVD drive? Are speakers (or headphones) hooked up to the card? Are the speakers plugged in and turned on? (And are they plugged into the correct jack? You don't want to plug your speakers into your microphone jack!) Are you performing a task on your PC that actually produces sound? Is the volume turned up loud enough (both on your speakers and in Windows)?
Okay, now that the easy stuff is out of the way, let's turn to something more difficult. The most likely cause of no sound is some sort of conflict. One by one, change your card's DMA, IRQ, and port settings. (This might entail resetting some jumpers on the card itself, as well as making some software-based changes.)
This problem can also occur if you add a new sound card to a system that has sound capabilities built into the motherboard. You'll need to disable the onboard sound before the new sound card can work. thats all for now good luck.

Mar 04, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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You can't install a sound card in a laptop because it already has a built in sound card. You can do that in a desktop PC because you can disable the built in sound card so you can install a new one.

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