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Hi, i got problems with sound in 64bit win7. After some starts (1from3) i got no sound, speaker icon (analyzer) shows there is sound but no sound in spekers. Helps just reinstal audio driver or resrart of system. But its annoing to do it everytime. In win XP its everything all right. Thank u very much! MB: Asus M4A78-E

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  • marek29 Mar 20, 2011

    another problem i found today!! there is some cracking noise in record after recording via MIC (both connectors front and back) or stereomix. But only in win7 (64bit)



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The first link is your card with specs. The second link is for AMD. I would use AMD for download cause your card is AMD, with Radeon HD 3300 integrated. Sound is VIA VT1708S. I think Amd would work better for you and would try them, I know it's a pain in the ****. And, if you've done this before, you know you have to install Asus software before installing AMD.
Just for giggles, how is your card hooked up? You should be able to get sound through The HD3300. Do you have an ATI DVI adaptor? Go to "device manager" and click on box with + next to "sound video and game controllers". You should have a dropdown showing your devices.Right click on the Radeon or HD device and you should see "enable" or "disable. If you see enable, click on that. Click on your other devices and disable. Last thing, check your volume. If you need help with this, let me know at "add a comment"

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  • marek29 Mar 20, 2011

    Hi ,thanks for reply!
    i am able to get sound just sometimes there is no sound after start of win7, seems that u dindnt understand my problem, AMD doesnt produse VIA chip and HD3300 is graphic chip not sound chip. in device manager i got two items: high definition audio device, and VIA high definition audio, dont know why its two, so i disabled first one, ill see whether it helps

  • David Petry Mar 20, 2011

    There seem to be some bugs in the Win 7 in regarding sotware compatability. If you didn't uninstall your software before installing Win 7, you may want to try uninstall and reinstall.

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  • David Petry Mar 20, 2011

  • marek29 Mar 20, 2011

    Surrely its problem with MS drivers and Asus drivers, but dont know what with what. Another problem is cracking sound in record when i use mic (both front and rear) or stereo mix for internal recording (just in win 7). i searched for this for hours and nothing i found :( no solution

  • David Petry Mar 20, 2011

    Been there, done that. These computers are tricky little devils.



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