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Sometimes my audio driver stops responding

Sometimes my audio driver disappears from the system thus no sound is available when the PC is turned on & the vinyl codec disappears from the hardware list of Device Manager. A few reboots,though brings it back but the sound either is scratchy or starts normally and gradually becomes scratchy. If the motherboard is removed from the system after disconnecting all hardwares like DVDRW,HDD,RAMs,AGP card alongwith the power cables and then again re-assembled, the sound returns (this time its crystal clear) and this works for few weeks after which the problem occurs again. What to do?

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  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2008

    Audio not start with most of the attempts. When starting any media player there is no sound but when start Apple i-tune software then sound start normally and then If I play any media player it works fine.

    When ther is no sound at that time I checked with device manager all the devices are ok and in control pannel there is audio devices enable.



    please help me.........!

  • maxpower1980 Jul 26, 2008

    when i double click volume controle icone in the task bar i get the massage that ' There are no active mixer devices available. To install mixer decices go to Controle Panel, click printers and other Hardware, and then click add Hardware

    This problem will now close'

    when i checked out my sounf drivers its shows ok to me but when i reboot my PC its working properly for some time and then the same problem arise after some time

    pleaseeee Help me

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Its actually simple in this way.... just replug in every external source then just check up the registry save the audio keys nd just install the audio drivers and then again just save the audio registry keys.. [ i meant to export the key out] then just double click on what u key u have saved i hope it works... or just try to comeplelty remove the drivers nd all stuff then clear traces from registry nd install it freshly...

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Try this test: try repeating the "disconnecting all hardwares like DVDRW,HDD,RAMs,AGP card along with the power cables and then again re-assembled, the sound returns (this time its crystal clear) and this works for few weeks after which the problem occurs again.". Now ensure Windows restore feature is enabled. Then when "problem occurs again", revert the Windows registry back to the date when "its crystal clear". If the sound is crystal clear after restore, then you have a software or registry issue going on. If you don't mind reverting to system restore often, then stay in this recovery mode until your real problem is "crystal clear".

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