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Soundcard my sound card is not working properly it ony play 2 speakers and a sub but its a 5.1 when i am using xp sp2 my speakers are playing but vista is not working

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You u change sound driver properties then setup it ...restart your pc .

Posted on May 21, 2008

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reinstall your sound card driver. you can find driver software on mother board cd. or you can download it from net if you know your motherboard model.

Nov 16, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Step 1: Run Regedit by Clicking on Start -> Run , type in regedit and press enter
Step 2: Make a backup of your registry (just in case)
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Step 4: Modify the value of "CSDVersion" from "0x00000200" (SP2) to the Windows XP SP3 value of "0x00000300"
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on Jan 16, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2

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I'm getting no power to my speakers when i turn on the power wheel on my speaker, the blue light doesn't come on...all drivers check out and device is "working properly"is this a sound card issue?...


I assume you use a set of PC speakers with own power connector.
If the power connector is plugged in properly and the power source is operating flawless, then either the power cable or the internal power supply are broken.
The soundcard has by 100% nothing to do with the voltage control of your speakers. All it sends is an audio signal (Unless you relay on USB speakers, in which case the power actually MAY come from the computer, but I excluded that since you said you're using a soundcard, and those don't provide USB output).

Summary: Cable or PowerSupply or Power source not operating properly. (Or the switch). Either way, you should not open any high voltage electrical components as that may lead to a deadly electrical shock. Please consider an electrician or buy new speakers, if switching the power source doesn't help.

Dec 28, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Speakers not working right


First check the easy stuff, wires, plugs green socket...now go to your control panel and double click on sound, down at the bottom you see speaker settings, speaker volume and advanced.
check your speaker volume hear- then click on advance-speaker tab- drop down box -select your set up- (2.1 = two speakers and a sub woofer). And make sure it is correct...then the performance tab- both slides all the way right.
Now if that is all good- uninstall your sound drivers and go to realtek and download the latest drivers for your sound card/or onboard.
If you need help to locate the drivers please provide card number- computer name and model- or the motherboard make and number.
You are using Windows XP-correct?
I hope this helps, please leave a rating.

May 06, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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I have totally no sound i have many sound codecs installed


Install the driver for your soundcard if it is a built-in one or add-on card. K-lite codec pack is a good application for many audio format. And under sound/speaker setting you should set the speaker on, not mute. And your speaker is totally working.

Apr 15, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Mar 28, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Sound problem


Make sure the sound/VGA drivers are installed:

Do the following:
1. Go to Start > Run and type: devmgmt.msc than and hit Enter.
2. A screen pops up showing all your devices. (Device Management)
3. Check if your soundcard has a yellow questionmark or a red cross next to it.

In case of question mark:
If your PC is from a brand such as HP or so visit it's vendor's website. When the sound is onboard they should have your card. If you have a sound/vga card that is in an expansion slot visit the website of it's manufacturer. Locate your card there and download drivers (+ additional software). The drivers are usually in the Downloads or Support sections.

In case of red error:
Make sure the hardware is connected properly. If you are certain it is and when it still doesn't work try other drivers (see above). If it still doesn't work, it might not be supported or broken.

I hope this helps you out. Please rate.

Greetings,

DarkNeogen.

Jan 28, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Sound drivers not proprely installing


sound dirver of moterboard asus p5gd2 is not properly installaing. i have not proper same moterboard cd avialable.

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