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Load the motherboard cd and try to re install all the necessary modules for the drivers. if that does not work, get youself Foxcom cd, it is suitable with most motherboards to help you load the sounc card drivers.

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Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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No sound


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Sir my audio player not working


Try the following:
Restart the computer
Check the volume settings on your computer and speakers
Uninstall the sound card driver and restart the computer
Download and install an updated sound card driver from the manufacturer

If that doesn't work pleae post back what operating system you are running

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Hello,

This can often be as simple as the speakers being unplugged, plugged into the wrong jacks, or powered off, so don't overlook the obvious and check to be sure. Also check the volume controls in Windows or your application to see that they are turned up and not muted. When you are sure the volume is turned up, the speakers have power and are plugged in, and the speaker configuration is correctly identified in Windows (some audio hardware uses a proprietary mixer control for this job), you need to verify whether the problem is with the speakers or the sound card. Connect different known-good speakers and see whether they work. If they don't, the issue is in the sound card-possibly the configuration of the card is incorrect or the card itself is defective. The first thing to try is clearing the ESCD in the BIOS Setup. This essentially forces the plug-and-play routines to reconfigure the system, which can resolve any conflicts. If this doesn't help, try removing and reinstalling the sound card drivers. Finally, if that doesn't help, physically remove and replace the card from the system. You might try replacing it first in the same slot and then in a different slot because timing issues can sometimes exist from one slot to the next. If that doesn't work, you must try replacing the card. If the sound "card" really isn't a card but is integrated into the motherboard, first try the ESCD reset and driver re installation. Then, if that doesn't work, you have to try disabling the integrated sound and perhaps installing a replacement card.

I hope one of these solutions help.

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My sound isent working on reason 3


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I have an ASUS M2N-MX SE Motherboard and I have a Creative Sound Blaster Live 5.1 digital internal sound card (SB0220) I wish to install in the PCI slot on the mainboard. Windows XP recognises the card and...


Try to reattach your sound card. It will solve the problem. If it doesn't work you can format your computer or clean the viruses on your computer. If problem still occurs change the sound card.

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DRIVERS SOUND


1) Try uninstalling the sound card in the device manager tab. Then reboot the computer and let windows install it again. And if that doesn't work go to step 2.

2) Go the sound card manufacture website and download the update driver for the card.

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Hi,
please give details of your pc, i ill give the exact driver that suits your motherboard..

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START - My Computer (RIGHT CLICK) - Properties - Hardware Tab - Device Manager button - click on the sound, video and game controllers - on the drop down menu you should see sound codec - either right click and UPDATE DRIVER - or delete sound codec’s and restart, XP will install suitable sound drivers.

If that doesn’t work then try installing sound drivers from the computer manufacturer.
If you have a big X on the sound codec or your third party drivers than it’s a hardware issue.

If replacing the drivers’ doesn’t work then it's a hardware issue. If you have onboard sound card then you will need to replace the mother board. I hope it's under warranty.

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