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No audio device in the system

I need to install an audio device in my computer as it has been formated recently....and no sound can be detected without that..what shall i do to get back my previous sound settings????please HELP..!!

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I want a compatible audio driver so i can install it now

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I was unable to get the driver for my pc (ie . wizard m558)

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Cd error on my shaker 500 in my mustang do I need a new stereo or can I fix this. Thanks Dean


Hi Dean,
Although it isn't generally public knownage, the original "standard format" for recorded audio was established as ".wav" and is universally readable by vertually all cd players portable, auto and home systems, unless it is "designed" as an "MP3" player specifically and is usually noted somewhere on the unit. If you burn your own disks, although the file sizes are bigger (almost 2-3 times the bit size), they will be readable in alot more players. Recording in "MP3" format, you can get lots more songs on a disk however, you may notice the difference between the "sound" of the two different formats on the same song, it has to do with the "sample rate" and the "interpretation" of the sound by the format. (long explanation not important but, if you're interested you can find tons of information about audio anywhere on the web)
Many audio units read "both" as well as other audio formats that are "computer" or "digitally" created and are actually computer "languages" with different applications like ".WMA" which is "windows media audio", so, depending on the format of the disk you tried playing when you got the error code, it may be that simple, your unit cannot "read" the format the disk was created with and is telling you "cd error". The same thing would come up if you put a dvd or a computer cd in it.
If you only had trouble with that one particular cd, try a commercially produced cd or one you know worked before and so long as it plays you have your answer.
If other disks including commercial cd's won't play, you may have to use a "cd player cleaner", a disk designed to clean the optical laser inside the unit, they usually have tiny brushes on the disk and may or may not come with a cleaning fluid to use with it.
Hope this helps :)

Jul 04, 2011 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Why have the speakers stopped working on my stereo. they were working fine until i had to brake sharply then thet all went off together. the stereo is only a month old & is still connected at rear...


Hello.. I am sorry to hear you are having a problem. If you have had your speakers changed out recently, it could be that one of the speaker wires or terminals are touching a metal part of the car. What happens is the aftermarket stereo detects this problem and it shuts down all of the outputs to keep from burning up. So all of your speakers going out is a good thing because your stereo protection is working as it should. You can cut all of the speaker wires loose behind the radio and hook them back up one at a time and when the radio cuts off, that will be the bad line. I am assuming of course that you dont have them hooked to an aftermarket amplifier. Even if you have not changed your speakers, it is still a protection circuit that will detect a bad speaker as well. Sudden jolts, braking, etc. can cause a bad speaker to fault. Hope this helped!! Good luck with your venture!

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Mar 14, 2011 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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I formatted the pc and i have problem with sound it is not showing the volume controller and i installed the realtech hd audio manager but its not working


99% of the time this is related to the sound card driver installed. Either you do not have the correct driver or you have not loaded the sound card driver at all for your machine. When you can't see th Audio icon in the system tray (by the time) this means windows cannot see any device which can play sounds.
My advice is to go back to system website (hp.com, Dell.com) look up your machine in there Support -> Drivers area and download the sound driver again. Once installed properly you should see the speaker icon appear in the system tray as expected.

Mar 12, 2011 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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I HAVE KENWOOD KDC MP543U SYSTEM .HOW TO CONNECT OR ACTIVATE BLUETOOTH TO THE SYSTEM MY CELL DEVICE SEARCH DOES NOT DETECT THE SYSTEM DOES I REQAUIRE TO PURCHACE ANY ATTACHMENTS


i do believe for this system u need a bluetooth reciever that hooks to the stereo.try going to various car audio website sonicelectronix.com should have this model and enter it in a product search.if it doesnt have it search other sites, if it does all u have to do is find the add ons section and that should do. plz rate

Oct 12, 2010 | Kenwood Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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No sound out of tweeters, highs out of woofers?


it does sound like you shorted out your crossover which can be fixed if you know what you are doing, but in the long run i would try to get another one i know that raidoshack sells some small ones and is also cheap, if your positive that you didnt short out the crossover se if it needs power, see if you can cross your woffers and tweeters on the crossover, if not is there any settings that u can change on the crossover? hope i helped :)

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I need to add and auxillary input to my 2003 chevrolet silverardo bose radio. how can i wire one in?


THE GM12-AUXV2 by P.I.E. will work for you.
It plugs into the factory radio changer port.
With this device installed, you will have created an auxiliary audio input to your factory radio, which will allow you to plug in any external audio source, like a portable MP3 player, satellite tuner, DVD player, or iPod, and play the audio from that external audio device directly through your factory radio. This is a direct connect device and NOT an FM Modulator. An FM modulator requires you to tune to an FM radio station in order to listen to the audio from the external audio device. While this is a direct connect interface, it is only an audio connection and does not allow you to control the external audio device that is connected to it.

Jan 19, 2009 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Alpine IDA-X300 not playing mp3


try recording a cd as a wma instead of mp3 format. i had this problem before and that worked for me

Jan 11, 2009 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Wat do i need 2 install a sound system


You can go to your local car audio store, Walmart, Circuit City and buy a Wiring Kit they go by the size of your amps ( Watts ) you can get them fairly cheap and it comes with all the wires, and fuses needed.

I hope this helps answer your question. This is the best way really to get the right cables (makes the system sound better with proper wiring) The power cable has the fuse built in as well. Feel free to leave positive feedback if this helps.

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