Question about Foxconn 661M03-G-6EL Motherboard
Without knowing what else you?ve tried besides checking the BIOS configuration I?ll just list everything including the basics: -Check the hardware device manager and ensure your sound card shows up and is running without errors. -Make really, really sure you plugged the speakers into the right socket. -Try plugging a known working pair of headphones or other simple speaker system into your sound socket to verify your speakers work. -Open the ?sounds and audio devices? in the control panel, in the volume tab make sure the volume is mid way and not muted. -Click on the advanced button and make sure the wave, SW Synth CD Player volumes are mid way or better and not muted (the volume is the same as the previous volume slider). -Make sure your driver came from the motherboard manufacturer and you have the right one for your operating system. If you get here and it still doesn?t work then you?ll need to start considering the possibility that your motherboard may have a problem. As an alternative you can disable it in the BIOS and plug in a cheap PCI sound card. Let us know how it goes and please don?t forget to rate this post.
Posted on Mar 02, 2007
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