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BLUE SCREEN, (Solved)


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Done .. still no sound


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Can you do a photo of the back of the case


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Back of my tower??


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Yes please.


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Hello ..

 

My apologies. Ive been extremely busy with work and my sons prom is Friday so been going crazy and overwhelmed. I will hopefully be able to post the picture either tonight or tomorrow

 

Thanks :)


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Not a problem Lexy :thumbsup:


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Gday Lexy.

If you look at the last picture, you can see a row of ports with coloured tabs, this is a sound card installed in a PCI slot.

Please make sure the computer is off.   > unplug the speaker cables from the top ports and plug them into a matching coloured port on the sound card.

Turn on the computer.

If any Wizard starts, please follow the prompts.

Do you now have sound?


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Done ..

 

Still no sound :(


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Not forgotten you, still researching. 


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K. I understand. Thank you. :)
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Gday.

Some preperation jobs.

Follow the steps on the image below, > restart the computer, do you have sound?

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Start Revo Uninstaller, run full screen, > on the top menu, click Tools, in the left hand window that open, > click the traffic light icon.

In the right hand window you will see a list of the startup items.   Please take screenshot/s so we can see all the whole list.

 

 


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Still no sound. I had the speakers plugged into the sound card .. nothing. I moved the speakers back up and plugged them where they used to be and still no sound!


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You have 4 possible color places to plug in speakers on that card.
Red, Green, Black and Yellow

Some Creative Speakers denote the following colour codes for speaker connections:

Green: Front Left / Front Right
Orange: Subwoofer / Center
Black: Rear Left / Rear Right
Grey: Side Left / Side Right for 7.1 systems


Creative Sound Blaster Cards will have the following codes:

1) Line Out 1 jack (LIN_OUT1: GREEN):
Connects to Front Left and Front Right inputs on powered analog speakers or an external amplifier. Also supports headphones.

2) Line Out 2 jack (LIN_OUT2: BLACK):
Connects to Rear Left, Rear Right, and Side Right (only on 7.1 systems) inputs on powered analog speakers or an external amplifier.

3) Line Out 3 jack (LIN_OUT3: ORANGE):
Connects to Front Center, Subwoofer, Side Left (only on 7.1 systems) and Rear Center (only on 6.1 systems) inputs on powered analog speakers or an external amplifier.


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Ok this confused me a little. Do u want me to put the speaker plugs back into the back of the sound card?

What are u asking me to do?

My apologies for not understanding :(
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