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Hi! no sound?! WinXP Prof 2002, MB P4TGV, In Bios Audio Enabled, There all drivers in Device Manager, In Control Panel in Sounds and Audio devices everything faded and "No audio device".


Hi,
I know this isn't your exact motherboard, but this may help you in some way. Just to make sure the jumpers are set up correctly for the front panel audio. Click HERE and go to page 11 to see the jumper settings. You can also try to do a "Scan for hardware changes" in Device Manager. From what you have written, it seems to me that it's something to do with the audio in the bios, yet you say it's enabled. If this is a problem after installing a new program or operating system, it could be that the new software is to blame.
I hope this helps. let me know if there is anything I can do to help you further
Joe

Sep 02, 2011 | Biostar P4TGV-R (U8668DCOMB7) Motherboard

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I have installed the audio driver proerly but i can nt her sound. i think it may be jumper setting problem. so please help me.


Jumper settings on what? Most cards today are configured by the software and jumpers are pretty much a thing of the past.

If you installed an audio card and all the software see if you can see it under device setting. If you did install an audio card and you were using the onboard audio card before then you have to go into the bios and find the AC97 setting and disable it.

Try that and if that doesn't work then please provide more info on what you have done so we can try getting you setup without having to start you from the beginning.

Jun 28, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Replacing a defunct AC97 Audio devise card with PCI sound card. Told to disable onboard audio with jumper. cannot find manual to locate JP7 devise looking for mainboard manual.


The manual can be found here.

Normally, the onboard audio is disabled through the BIOS settings.

Check your "integrated Peripherals" tab in the BIOS for your on-board audio device settings.

I did not see anything about JP7 when I skimmed the maual.

Aug 10, 2010 | AcerPower F1 PC Desktop

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There is no sound device installed on my computer


Mercury P4VM800M7
Check the Audio jumpers on the motherboard.
See page 1, (AUDIO1). There should be two jumpers over pins 9&10 and pins
5&6 for the rear audio ports to function. See pages 17 in you’re manual for a closer look.
Next check the bios. See pages 30 in you’re manual.
Bios, Audio setting should be set to [Enabled]. Save and exit the bios.
Open windows control panel than open Sound and Audio Devices icon.
Check the Audio tab and the Voice tab. Both should list as AC'97.
If not re-install you're audio software from the CD that came with you're MB.
OR you can download it from the link provided below;

http://download.cnet.com/Audio-Realtek-ALC655-AC-97-AUDIO/3000-2110_4-168843.html
If you still receive feed-back try another speaker system. (Still no change)? Audio controller is defective. Replace with a PCI sound card.

Cheers'
Mike

Apr 18, 2010 | Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard

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I instaled windows then the audio driver doesn't work


May be problem on your audio setting,i mean front panal audio setting jumper

Jan 19, 2010 | Gigabyte GA-8I865GME-775-RH Motherboard

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Where is the jumper to disable onboard sound on


there are no jumpers to disable the onboard sound you need to enter the bios setup by pressing del as soon as you power up the system once in the bios setup page look for the integrated peripherils and enter that menu then look for via onchip pci device and enter that submenu there you should find the setting for the audio and it will be set to auto or on then you just have to change it to off or disable .Hope this helps


Oct 31, 2009 | MSI MS-6390-L Motherboard

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Audio settings on the ASROCK 533 PRESCOTT P4i45gv


JR1=jumper for right side speaker sound on or off

JL1=jumper for left side speaker sound on or off

if all enable than your sounds must be sounded..

THNX

May 15, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Audio from only one rear channel


Hi,

I have an Intel P4M890-M7 SE motherboard & I am only getting rear audio from one channel with windowos XP. (I have no front audio).

I have been told that the audio jumper settings on the mother board may need adjusting.

Does anyone know where abouts on the motherboard I can find this jumper & what setting should it be on for stereo?

Many thanks,

Apr 27, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Viper MSNV-939 ATX Socket 939 audio connector jumper settings


 u short the pins with jumpers as per the diag


        5    4     3    2    1
       10          8     7    6 

in this u short the   5,10  with one jumper &   3,8 wth another jumper  


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Oct 15, 2007 | Mach Speed (S755) Motherboard

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