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Re: hi help me
It seems like you have no sound driver installed go to control panel/system/device manager check for any with a yellow mark on them click the small + to expand menu right click driver and upgrade your driver go on the web to find them normally it will find and install them
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what you need to do is install the asio4all driver then select file, adio midi settings and where it says behringer audio codec click the arrow and select asio4all then click the configure button and in the wdm list you must activate all the items under audio codec and the audio speaker under High Definition audio device this will allow it to work through the speakers, or just leave it how it is and plug in a set of headphones. make note though that your speakers will play nothing else but the guitar sound. all other music internet sounds, the lot will no longer work as your ucg102 is high jacking your sound card to produce the sound from your guitar. hope this helps.
You may want to check the speaker settings themselves within the control panel (Sound Audio Devices + hit the Advanced button under speaker settings). Chances are the current setting is for stereo desktop speakers, you should change it to settings that more closely match your hardware setup...
try these steps -- 1) click on the sound icon in the tray and make sure that its turned up and not muted. 2) got to start -> control panel -> sounds and audio devices -> audio and under default device click volume and make sure that its turned up 3) click on volume and check the settings there 4) reinstall your audio driver. i dont have your system info so i cant point you to the download site, but if the first 3 steps dont work let me know and gimmie your info, make, model, sound card type (If ya know it) etc and i'll help you
Ashish goto device manager and check out if there is any component with yellow mark then you have problem in your driver installation.
1.) If you have missing driver then try to uninstall the driver then reboot your system and do installation again.
2.) If there is no any yellow marked icon means you have no missing drivers. Then you have some setting problem. Open the Volume mixer and check out if you have muted your audio output by mistake or made low volume or any incorrect setting for your sound card.
Hi, if you have the original driver CD for your system then run the whole set up not just the audio.
If you donot have this CD then look inside your computer, locate the manufacturer and any model numbers you can see. go the manufacturers web page and download the latest drivers there.