Hello. I am having a big trouble with this sound card. I m not sure If I am doing something wrong, but I really don't think so. After I disabled the sound of my previous sound card, following all the instructions, and installing the card I set in the Philips sound card setup my sistem as a two-speaker set. Well I only got sound in one speaker. I tested the sound also with my headphones and got the same. There's an option in the Phillips setup to test your speaker and I got not response for the right front speaker.
I also tried to plug my speakers to the rear out connection,.and setting as a 4 speaker system, I got response in the Philips testing panel of both speakers, but I cannot hear any sound in windows( I ve heard its because its only for sorround sound) but, there is a way to make work both speakers when listen music on windows?
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The big speaker is a subwoofer. Sound should be coming out of the subwoofer that is very low in frequency from a bass guitar or drum beats. Pop music usually has both those instruments pretty prominently. If no sound is coming out then something is wrong. It is more than just a cool design feature.
1. Check the Audio icon on the task bar if muted. If yes Unmute
Go to start > control panel > sound. and make sure that nothing is muted.
2. Sound Diagnosis
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3. Re install the audio drivers.
4. If steps 1-3 don't work, then take your speaker to your friend's computer and see if it works there?
if yes then something is wrong in your computer system,
if no, then something is wrong in those devices.
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From your speaker the 3.5mm jack should be plugged at back of I/O ports LINE OUT.
Do you have a speaker to connected to the computer? You need to isolate the problem, follow the instructions below:
1. Connect the speaker into different computer to make sure that the speaker is working. 2. Check the volume settings by double-clicking the speaker icon on the System Tray (down by the clock) and make sure that the Mute box is not checked. 3. Check the sound properties of the problem computer: * Go to the Control Panel > click on "Sounds" or "Sounds and Audio Devices" * Go to Audio tab and check the sound recording and play-back * Make sure that those two field are configured properly.
If the speaker worked on other computer and the sound properties is configured properly, then there could be a problem with the sound card that you have in your computer. Maybe updating or re-installing the sound card driver will do.
hello, this link should get you what you need for that motherboard. also consider a add on sound card, if the one you have is trouble. alslo make sure the built in sound is enabled in the system bios. (should be by default) http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d845gvsr/index.htm#anchor2 good luck! please rate this solution. thanks. if you need further assistance,reply
I am guessing "Sound thing" is the volume control in the system tray (lower right corner).
If it is saying "No audio mixer" or "No audio device selected" then either one or two possibilities come to mind.
1. The shop that fixed your computer did not install the sound card properly (or left it out).
2. The sound drivers have not been installed or got corrupted.
To see if it is the first one or the second one, we need to get to Device Manager. For XP, right click My Computer and select properties and click the hardware tab. For Vista go to Control panel and click the System icon.
Click the button called Device Manager and see if there is anything with a yellow highlighted exclamation point. It likely will say something about unknown hardware or device. There might even be a name on the device that is a clue that it is a sound card.
If you do not see anything like that and there is no device in the category for Sound Video and Game controllers, option one is your choice. Take it back to the shop.
If you do see something that indicates it needs a driver visit the support webpage for your computer. Here is the URL: http://www.v2premier.com/techsupport/downloads.shtml Select your model and choose sound to search for the driver.
Once you have a speaker icon in the system tray, if you still have sound problems trouble shoot the speakers.
Make sure the speakers have electric power connected and the power light is on for at least
one speaker. Make sure the volume on the speaker control is at least half way up.
Make sure your volume in Windows is at least halfway up and not muted.
Unplug the speaker jack and re-plug it firmly into the hole you just removed it from. Test
If no sound, unplug and try another hole of the same size on the back of the computer and
test for sound. Continue testing until you have tried every hole the jack will fit into. One of