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Re: audio card problem
I assume you tried another speakers. if you did, problem is probobly in card itself. not many options when it comes to on-board cards, disable it on BIOS and buy a new one. if you still have warranty for motherboard, replace it.
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Bad News boy, Since you already checked the drivers and teh volume option. which makes it eaasy for us to identify the root cause of the problem.
So try these steps.
1. Check in sound and audio device properties in control pannel, if you have the correct audio device listed. also check if nothing is on mute in volume control.
2. if its not the correct one. i suggest remove the existing driver from add and remove program and then try reinstalling it.
3. If thats the correct one, then Check if the external speakers / head phones produce sound.
4. if yes, then everything is fine in the computer, Don not do anything as all the software is fine.
5. If no, then the internal speakers have gone bad, which is ver rare, but it may happen.
Consider replacing the internal speakers,
I am sure this will help you.
Best of Luck!
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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
Right click my computer icon, click properties, select hardware then
click device manager, check the audio device you can see the yellow
question mark,insert mother cd driver then right click the yellow
question mark and update the driver. otherwise change the audio driver..
just remove the cord from CPu...the sound cord and re-plug it and try the option line out or line in... otherwise simple way is that...check wheter there is sound installed in Control panel under the add or remove program tab.... if not,then install the driver from *********** Board CD.. simple restart the PC it is required.. and for more queries post it on.. www.vk7.weebly.com under the guest book.. i will sort it out as soon as possible..