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Re: ASUS P4S800D sound card problem
Check to see if your audio header is hooked up correctly on your motherboard if your using the front panel audio, if your not using the front panel audio then make sure the audio header has the two jumpers on them!! Check your mother board manual for proper procedure to hook up!
If that still doesn't help then it could be a faulty sound device! You can fix this buy purchasing a new sound card!
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Most likely, ensure the balance is set correctly to the middle.
If this is set correctly, try swapping the speakers. If the bad speaker (the right side one) fails to play when plugged into the left side cable, then the speaker is faulty. However if the bad speaker now plays but the good one doesn't, its an issue with either the cable or the sound card. Replace them in that order.
Hope this helps,
Intermittent problems are always the hardest to diagnose but I would start by going to the device manager and deleting the sound drivers. Then a reboot and as your machine restarts it will reinstall the soundcard drivers and if the game has corrupted the drivers that should your your problem. Should it continue you will need to find updated drivers for Windows 7.
Well the jack you plug in has three surfaces. So when you pulled it part way out then the left speaker part of the plug came in contact with the right speaker contact inside the jack and it worked. Speakers are good so if you have checked your volume control in Windows and checked that the balance control is centered it could be that your sound card is defective. You didn't tell me what kind of computer you have and if the sound card is built into the motherboard or if it is an add on card. I don't know if you only have the Window's sound control in Control Panel or if your card has a seperate software for configuring your card but I think the only thing that might disable the left speaker has to be the balance control in Window's sound control or the seperate software.
If the audio balance is set for the right speaker then centre the balance setting.
If it is OK then :-
This proves that the audio card on the computer is faulty and the sound comes only from the left speaker.
Try to check for sound manager to check balance is on for both sides (left right) and wave balance is normal value. To call master volume just duble click system tray volume icon (next to clock) and check it.
With the radio on u will need to push audio button it will change to something different on the face push until speaker balance comes up & then push butons below it left or right to balance each side of speakers. For me it was the left speakers that i needed to balance good luck John
check if you have right driver installed for your card ,and your integrated (realtek)chipset on your mobo ,than if its ok than go to,>control panel>sounds and audio devices>audio ,and check if your sound card is as a default audio device in the sound playback section ,and if this is 5.1 or 7.1 card check if your speakers are plugged into the right connectors and check advanced options to set up what kind of speakers you have plugged