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I am using an internal TV card model "Aver tv go 007". recently I have changed the Intel motherboard of my pc with an Asus motherboard. Sound is not available now. It shows "no suund card is available"Please help mr.RegardsMamun this is my problem
Hello, well on your description I understand that the card works on other systems but I dont understand how or what happens on this system that it is not working. Is there no video at all, or is the resolution faulty, or is it just 3d games having problems or running slow?
In any case sometimes driver / software issues may happen and the windows registry can get corrupted. 1 possible solution is to run system restore from (accessories system tools) and take back the system to a date where the card was known to work.
Well, looks like you went through all the steps, but I'm wondering about one thing...
If you goto: Start -> Control Panel -> Sound and Audio devices
There are 5 tabs at the top, 2 of which you'll be paying attention to "audio" and "voice".
On these tabs are the record settings, which you will want to have the drivers for the m-audio in the record processes.
For instance, I have 4 options in the record process:
Logitech (mic built into camera)
SoundMax (sound card)
Bluetooth Audio (bluetooth server)
BlueTooth High quality audio (bluetooth server)
Out of the 4, I have logitech enabled in the record area (which isn't the right thing as the camera doesn't work anymore...jeez, found something that I need to fix on my PC now...)