Check under the device manager on the control panel if you see a yellow exclamation sign beside the sound driver then you will have to install the drivers for it by clicking the tab that say driver update then insert the cd with the driver and select from a specified location and put a check mark in the CD as the location of choice, alternatively go to the vendor website and lok for your model pc and download the driver from their
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Well it is possible that the audio driver installed is not the one compatible with you computer board. Try downloading the specific driver needed for your computer's official website. This should solve your problem.
this depends on what kinda audio output you want to install ..but the general idea is to get the audio signal from the computer from the green out in the back on the sound card (it is a 3.5 jack ) ..and there is the stereo out-put for the computer's sound..It can be amplified in any device that has a stereo input on 3.5 jack .. if you want something more complicated..the map of the out-put (the scheme) will be shown in the sound manager (of teh driver ) ..when you make the output changes..This is on a color code..and can be 2+1...3+1..4+1..and the surround 5+1..when you choose surround 5+1 from the sound manager ..it is shown all 3 outputs and the role they play ..bass+center ...Front ...and rear ..they are 2by 2 stereo paired on left and right ..
Open your sound contol monitor (the speaker icon in the system tray) and makes sure there are no checks in the boxes for audio output. Also make certain the audio out device is set to your sound device. eg "realtek HD Audio" or whatever your PC sound card is. Make certain the slider buttons are about half way up for the Audio output. If your sound card is installed ok. your sound should now work.
It means no audio driver is installed on your PC. That is the audio device that it is referring to. The audio driver installer came with your motherboard support CD. If it is no longer available you can download realtek audio driver online for free.
Check the Sound and Audio settings to make sure that the proper output device has been selected. Go to your Control Panel then Sound and Audio Devices, then the Audio tab. In that tab make sure that Default Sound Playback is set your sound card.
To immediately fix these errors in Vista, start the Windows Audio service as follows:
Click Start , and enter services.msc into the Start Search field.
From the list of services, right-click Windows Audio and select Start .
Figure 23: Starting the Windows Audio service
The message should no longer open. If the message opens again after the computer is restarted, repeat these steps, select Properties for Windows Audio and set Startup Type to Automatic.
If you have XP on the computer, then click Start-->Run and then type "services.msc" in the Run window and then click OK and once you get the Windows Services screen, follow the above steps.
If this doesnt work and the sound card is not onboard or integrated, then reseat the sound card preferably into a different slot and repeat the above steps.