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Re: my builtin sound card does not respond and l don`t...
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CONTROL PANEL SYSTEM DEVICE MANAGER OPEN SOUND,VIDEO AND GAMES OPEN IT YOU WILL SEE YOUR SOUND CARD NAME UPDATE DRIVER THEN IF IT DOESN'T UPGRADE YOU DRIVER SCAN FOR HARDWARE CHANGES. YOU COULD ALSO TRY IN YOUR CONTROL PANEL ADD HARDWARE AND SEE IF IT GIVE YOU YOU SOUND CARD,IF IT'S NOT THERE YOU CAN SHUT DOWN,OPEN THE BOX ,TAKE OUT YOUR SOUND CARD REBOOT SHUT DOWN PUT THE CARD BACK IN AND REBOOT AGAIN TO SEE IF WINDOWS FINDS AND INSTALLS THE DRIVERS?
If you don't have a audio driver, check your audio harware which brand is it?
First of all check which mother board are you using, if the mother board is builtin then you can find on the internet your driver by your motherboard name. like "Asus P5KPL_AM SE" sound driver.
secondly, if its not builtin then find out your sound card brand, which is mention on the sound card.
Try removing the card from the unit and reboot without card. After the reboot, check your device manager for flags or exclamation marks. Or the phase " unknown Device " If found remove them and reboot unit. Remove any external devices such as external CD DVD drives, Flash cards or wireless devices. After the reboot, check your device manager again to assure that you have no problems. Shut down unit and re-install your card. Restart unit and it should load the correct drivers for the card or give you a can't find drivers message. Check your audio and see if you notice a difference. If not, replace the audio card.
Have the driver ready go to device manager find sound card if you see a yellow ? mark it might say other device Action/choose/uninstall reboot your computer windows should find a new device. I asume you know how to install your driver if not there is a reed me file with the driver. If windows did not find your sound card remove the card reboot uninstall agin in device manage. start and stop computer then install driver agen with driver redy. Larry
Download Microsoft UAA drivers for your O/S Uninstall any sound drivers installed or part installed through device manager. Install UAA drivers and reboot when rebooted go to device manager right click sound driver and update will go on net and find and install drivers Olease give me a Fixya for this solution If done properly will work
Quite likely, drivers for the audio controller is missing/not installed.
You did not give any info on the Operating System you installed and the sound card in question; Onboard or PCI Sound Card. I am assuming you have Windows XP or 2000 and using the builtin/onboard sound controller.
If this is correct, you will need to download and install ADI Onboard Sound Driver (Windows 2000/XP) - http://ftp.us.dell.com/audio/R94481.EXE
This is very likely, as you note, a driver problem. Start by installing the latest DirectX package from Microsoft and rebooting.
In device manager, find the sound card and then click UNINSTALL HARDWARE or REMOVE HARDWARE. Go into ADD REMOVE PROGRAMS and remove all sound drivers and software you see. REBOOT. The system will now find the "new" sound card and do a new install. Try giving it the latest drivers you can find first.
Breaking up audio is also sometimes due to resource conflicts. In device manager open the properties window for the sound card and generally bugger around trying to change the resource allocations (IRQs etc.) and rebooting - this sometimes works.
If this doesn't help, you need to find and install legacy drivers, one after another, for that sound card. Also try identifying what chip set the sound card is, and going to the manufacturer of the card and looking for old drivers.