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The General tab displays the device’s status, which consists of a short message stating whether or not Windows thinks that the device is working properly. ANY suggestion would be great....Thanks Well first and foremost did you try my guide? Additionaly,I have C-Media Rear Panel Audio device driver cmudax (C-Media do not now exist according to the web) and this driver now has to be opened manually since a PC repairer Sign in 178 197 Don't like this video? http://midsolutions.org/windows-xp/no-audio-device-windows-xp.html

The sound is only working with headphones or speakers plugged in but not very clear? Kief View Public Profile Send a private message to Kief Find all posts by Kief #4 07-19-2008, 10:49 AM d_baker Offline Registered User Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: In my case I had taken an old Dell with 98 on it and had it completely wiped out and had the guy install xp for me. If you were able to check this box, click OK and close out of this window and the Control Panel. http://www.pcauthorities.com/windows-xp/how-to-troubleshoot-sound-problems-in-windows-xp/

You may then select the conflicting resource and use the Change Settings button to assign the device a different set of resources.Changing a device’s settings is tricky. Other devices section If Other devices are listed, these could be the sound card or another conflicting device. Can you hear me now?

  • Keep in mind that it’s possible that this section may not even exist.
  • If I go in the volume control and mute the "wave" volume bar, it goes away, but of course I don't hear anything then.
  • Anthony on Thu, 7th Apr 2011
  • is also updated sound drivers, but still the same problem.Very confused 🙂 Replyhelpdesk says: November 11, 2012 at 3:31 amHi Jo - can you clarify the problem?
  • In the sections below, I will discuss some of the more useful tabs that you might encounter for a device.
  • As you select each device, you can click the Properties button to display a properties sheet that allows you to enable or disable the virtual device.The Driver tabThe Driver tab is
  • In the Options dialog box, select the Devices tab.
  • The actual hardware devices that will be listed depend greatly on your individual sound card.
  • These audio samples are standard audio files, which do not require any additional or special audio codes.
  • Now, boot and then shut down Windows normally.

Figure : Device Manager button on the Hardware tab In Device Manager, scroll down the list and click the plus sign (+) next to Sound, video and game controllers. please help Replyumesh says: May 12, 2014 at 11:37 amaudio problem please salov ReplyRonald Gapud says: May 29, 2014 at 12:58 pmmy audio is not functioning.. Next, select the Audio tab in the Sounds and Audio Devices Properties dialog box. More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Russia France Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware Advertising About

The weird thing is why it stops working: When the Windows Audio Service is disabled, the flash doesn't work. Instruction will vary per motherboard, so you need to follow the instructions in your PC or motherboard manual for this. im curently on another computer. http://www.pcauthorities.com/windows-xp/how-to-troubleshoot-sound-problems-in-windows-xp/ Now your computer will start up 6) Go to control panel/ sounds and audio devices and see if your sound is back.

Also check your network connection settings. Go into BIOS! Then double-click Component Services, which will open a separate window. You can repeat these steps for the MIDI music playback.

the sound is not clear ..Already remove the drivers, install the sound drivers. Kief View Public Profile Send a private message to Kief Find all posts by Kief Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Can you clarify that? belash on Wed, 25th Jul 2012 3:33 pm sound Tell me what you're thinking... If that is the case, it could indeed be that the audio device is really broken, it is electronics, so it can break.

If the computer does not have sound after completing these steps, go to the next Step. http://midsolutions.org/windows-xp/windows-xp-no-audio-device.html Was it working before or have you upgraded recently? Also could you check something for me? I installed "Super TV Tuner" and the sound from the TV program works fine but I don't get sound from anything else.

FYI i am on a laptop clone running Windows XP SP3 with a built in Realtek AC97 sound card and up to date drivers. If the computer still does not have sound after performing a system recovery, the computer may require service. We have some instructions for Vista online. Nikhil on Wed, 25th Nov 2009 6:48 am I cannot hear any sound .i m getting no audio device. http://midsolutions.org/windows-xp/windows-10-audio-optimization.html Thank you very much. Anthony on Tue, 12th May 2009 2:03 pm @bir - In itself the use of external speakers should not affect the sound of the laptop, unless

I guess this is probably rare, but due to the nature of the client I'm working with, there may actually be a few people who have similarly disabled it. View article Z7_3054ICK0KGTE30AQO5O3KA30N0 hp-concentra-wrapper-portlet Actions ${title} Loading... Windows XP as well as a lot of applications use sounds to give feedback to the user, or to signal an event happening.

The one installed by windows is not working (while the one installed for the same for windows 7 and xp 32 bit it is working) Replysunil says: May 21, 2015 at

And just to make sure, you have fully inserted the audio plug into the jack? But most of the steps above would actually not make sense if the audio service is not running, so that might not be it. If you still cant find it then I will come up with alternatives, Kief ok I've tried everything. Now he can get into the internet fine and the computer works good but he called me today and told me that he has no sound.

You can repeat these steps for the MIDI music playback. Scroll down in the list until you see the Volume option and a speaker icon. Check the check box for Show volume control on the taskbar. http://midsolutions.org/windows-xp/windows-xp-sp2-audio-conversations.html The best application to test your sound setup with is the Windows Media Player, as it will use the standard Windows sound setup, which you just verified and adjusted.

Find Solutions, ask questions, and share advice with other HP product owners. If the sound device is listed in the Device Manager, and you still do not have sound, first open the Control Panel. In order to make sure that your sound card is working properly, it’s necessary to test each of these virtual devices.To test a virtual device, right-click on the device and select Ha Ha!

any solutions plsss Anthony on Thu, 5th Nov 2009 3:19 pm @Madee - Check your volume levels for the audio recording and audio input device. Did you check if the required audio codecs are installed? Mark on Tue, 1st Jun 2010 7:59 pm Hey Anthony My Probelem Is that I Cant Hear Any Sound Trough and I'm afraid that he didn't know about the speakers being different and now its all tied together and I don't want to mess up what he did. A listing of manufacturer web pages for sound card drivers can be found on our sound card driver page.

Does anyone have any idea why this might be, and/or how to get around it? The time now is 02:31 AM. Now some of my games don't want to play and some play but have no audio. YesNo Feedback E-mail Share Print Search Recently added pages View all recent updates Useful links About Computer Hope Site Map Forum Contact Us How to Help Top 10 pages Follow us

In the Device Manager?