I Installed sound driver after installing SP2 + SP3 and still no sound devices.
Even when XP was installed before SP 3/4 were loaded i noticed no Sound device.
Seems this MB does not recognize any sound device.
Is there a patch or update for this problem ?.
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Try installing the latest audio driver.
You can download the motherboarddevice drivers from Intel WEB site. Select your model motherboard/device, andmake sure you select the Windows XP or Vista version of the drivers that
matches your Windows operating system.
Please click on this link andselect your model motherboard : -
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/default.aspx?iid=gg_support-au+home_downloadctrYou should install XP SP3 this is the latest service pack which contains security fixes.
i had the same problem , i downloaded this and unpacked it in a new foler on my desktop and ran etup. then rebooted computer and i now can hear again!! sound works great!! driver scan tools!!! good luck!! richie
Try looking for a patch or updated driver for your sound system in your PC, integrated or a sound card that should be available at the manufacturers website(for mobo or integrated/external sound). After updating it should work, rather it has to because sp3 is better suited than SP2 and generally microsoft itself distributes the patches & updates. Alternatively you can visit driverguide.com, become a free member and let the Drive probe tell you which driver, including version, your PC will require to play audio/stero sounds........sodeep
OK let me start by saying I didn't ready any of the above. The simple answer is to buy a pci sound card. That will take care of the problem cheap and fast. It's likely that your onboard sound died on the motherboard. I used to own that board and random things would fail on it all the time.
You didnt say what operating system you are using. If you are using XP you may need to update xp then reinstall. DirectX 9 has to be installed before most of the newer sound drivers will even try to install. If your copy is XP or XP sp1 you probably just need to udate dx9
Download the attachment I found, unpack it into your folder of choice. Then move over to the control panel and select that "PCI Device". Rightclick and install the audio bus drivers I provided for the PCI Device. During installation Windows should find something like Microsoft UAA Bus driver, I don't know the exact name. Do a restart after installation and everything should work fine.