Re: I use Windows XP Prof. No Audio Output No windows...
Hi :-). You'll have to bear with me as I'm not sure how much experience You currently have with using Windows XP, so If explain things to easy, or things you already know & have tried I Apologize in Advance :). Ok I Am Taking A Very Very Big Guess here, but I reckon it could be either Your Sound Card Drivers have dissapeared somewhere. Or You have Some Broken Audio Codecs that need Re-Installing.
Try Running the Windows System Restore Tool, back to a time where the sound card was working. For Example if it stopped working on October 24th 2007 @ 6pm Try and Select a Restore Date as Close to that Time & Date if Possible, otherwise you may loose any files you downloaded prior to your Sound Card Failing Unneccessarily.
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you will not be able to upgrade window media only goes to 10 for windows xp. if you are having problems with playback then there are video and audio code packs for windows media that are updated and free.
Does this happen only when viewing online audio/video, as opposed to inserting a music-CD into your CD-drive, and using Windows Media Player to play the music?
If so, then how fast is your Internet connection?
It probably is too slow to download and play at the same time.
So, when you click on a YouTube video, click "pause",
and let the download proceed for a minute or two,
and then click "play", to play what has been downloaded.
* You downloaded protected music on your Windows 98/98SE, Windows 2000, Windows XP computer using Windows Media Player 9. Music was purchased online or the music was ripped form your own audio CD with Copyright Protection turned ON. o You must use Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10 for online purchased songs. o You must turn OFF Copy Protection on your Windows Media Player 9 before ripping your audio CDs into WMA files * You downloaded protected music to your MP3 player using your Windows XP computer and Windows Media Player 10 with your player in USB mode. Music was downloaded from the internet, purchased or subscribed, or it was ripped from your own audio CD with Copyright protection turned ON. o You have to use your MW3836 in MTP mode.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
you have to download the sound drivers and install the software..can't give you the exact driver as haven't specified much about your PC. still try to download one of the common driver like realtek- Ac97... from the following URL .. http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=14&PFid=23&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false
or try to download other audio drivers and install it...your problem would be fixed.