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My sound gone haywired!


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*bump*

Edited by splinter500, 07 November 2007 - 12:49 AM.

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I'm seriously tempted to think the problem is one of these:

1) The speakers do not work. You could try testing them in another computer.
2) There is an incorrect hardware connection. You could try using different jacks to connect your speakers.
3) You have faulty hardware, meaning both the onboard audio and the PCI card you have bought are both not in working order.

Sorry, but this one is really tough. Oh, have you tried using a linux distro?
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I'm seriously tempted to think the problem is one of these:

1) The speakers do not work. You could try testing them in another computer.
2) There is an incorrect hardware connection. You could try using different jacks to connect your speakers.
3) You have faulty hardware, meaning both the onboard audio and the PCI card you have bought are both not in working order.

Sorry, but this one is really tough. Oh, have you tried using a linux distro?

1. The speaker do work, i bought a different set of speakers to make sure.
2. Tried it, no luck.
3. I don't think the pci is faulty but maybe the onboard is because it use to be working before.

What is linux distro?
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Is the Windows Audio Service started?

Click Start, then Run, type services.msc and click "Ok". In the list of services, locate Windows Audio...is it started? Is the Startup Type set to "Automatic"?

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Yeah it show that it is started and it is set to automatic

Edited by splinter500, 07 November 2007 - 09:32 PM.

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Download WinAudit and run it on the machine. Save a report in HTML format...this will generate 3 HTML files. Send all three files to me attached to an e-mail (I'll PM you with the address). I need to take a better look at what's going on in there.
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