I have a problem with my audio. When I start up my computer, sound works and everything is going good. Then, all of a sudden I'll play a random sound or I'll just be on my computer for a while and all of a sudden the sound goes out. But, instead of hearing nothing out of my speakers, I hear this muffled static sound coming out of the speakers. And, every time my hard drive starts to think harder and load, the static sound coming out of the speaker gets louder. I tried switching speakers but I had the same problem. I think it's an internal problem. I checked my sound card and every thing with the sound card is OK. So, since it's not the sound card, I don't know what it is. By the way, I am using a P4MBMS motherboard.
So, to sum up my problem and question: I start my computer each time and the sound is on. Then, all of a sudden I run some random sound or I have my computer on for a while and the sound shuts off but I hear a staticy sound. My sound card and my speakers aren't the problem. What can I do to make the sound stop randomly going off??
I actually fixed the problem. It was a driver issue. Try this with your sound card program. I opened up the program in charge for sound. In my case it was soundmax. And pressed the load defaults button and clicked apply and everything started working again. The same thing happened again after a while so I pressed defaults again and it worked. But It happened again so I uninstalled the drivers and updated them. Everything was fine after that. Now I have a problem with my registry.lol
I just updated Win7.. normal updates. I also updated my video driver. After, I updated my audio drivers and now my sound goes in and out and kind of tinny. What the? I have a ATI radeon HD4600 series vid card rocket fish 7.1 sound card all running off an AMD Athlon 64x2 5400+ 2.8Ghz motherboard. I have update my drivers, removed them, removed the soundcard and put it back in and reinstalled software, but still nothing. Any help?
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If there is no device in Device Manager and the correct driver does not install, you have a hardware failure. The sound portion of your laptop motherboard may be malfunctioning; probably is. As it is a notebook, installing a new sound card is not an option. You could have a new motherboard installed, but the cost of that starts approaching the cost of a new notebook. If you cannot live without sound, time to look at a replacement. These days, PCs are made to fail in about 2-3 years either by a failed motherboard or a failed hard drive. If you get past 3 years, you are lucky. Backup everything while you can. I use an external USB hard drive and the Free version of Macrium Reflect to make a disk image; that way, I save all of my data as well as software programs.
Hi that is probly just a bad soldering on audio chip
pin connection to board, just remake soldering and watch if any pin are not soldering together
and if no sound replace audio ic
good luck and hope that help// if you not shure ask some one with some knowledge.
have a nice day.
Alright, so wait, explain that again, It stops working when your using it, or when it goes into standby?
It starts working again after what? When you come out of standby?
When going into standby, the system goes on low power may cut the power to your speakers.
Check your Power settings.
RIGHT CLICK on DESKTOP> Select properties, Go to screen saver Tab and click on the Power button, then check all the power options such as when it goes into standby, how long till it does and adjust them to your preferences, also make sure Hibernation is turned off as well, when it goes into Hubernation, it cuts almost everything.
It sound a power adapter failure,
check your speakers for power failure, or bad connections,
check also your sound card, mixer, and drivers.
perhaps if a onboard sound is disable for some reason.
check that too.