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RCTJ

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-There is no sound coming from my speakers! Also, the computer doesn't read my Sound Card!

-Please Help!!! :tazz:

I set them up correctly. There used to be sound, but I rebooted a couple of days ago and now there's no cound!

[Everest Home Edition Report Saved as attachment]

Am I missing a driver/file? What is wrong?


-RCTJ ;)

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Go here for the sound system software

http://www.majorgeek...wnload4400.html
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-Sorry, that didn't work.

Any more suggestions?


-RCTJ :tazz:
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Try this one. It's indicated on the report.

http://www.soundcard...rs/79/79563.htm

Good luck. :tazz:
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What do you mean!?!

I went on that site, signed up, but couldn't download!

I am running on Win98 but the driver was for XP.

Sorry. I should of told you.
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My fault.
Can you/anyone give me a working sound driver for Windows 98?
;) :tazz:
[My Everest Report is attached]
-RCTJ ;)

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Darn, you're right, I didn't notice it was for XP, but if you followed the link for more cirrus logic drivers on the page you would have found the driver for 98 or 98se. If you can see the sound circuit, or card you can read the part number and google for the drivers. I do that all the time. I just did it for the video on a win95 machine that I installed 98se on and it worked great. :tazz:
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That didn't work either.

Maybe there is a special driver for my soundcard?

PLEASE HELP!!
[Everest report included in 1st post]
- RCTJ :tazz:
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