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KJKlosters

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One day there was no more sound and can't get it back (can not even remember when exactly it disappeared).

If I go under system -> sound and audio it indicated that all above mentioned hardware is working, but volume is completely grayed and i cannot change the volume.

Under DEVICE MANAGER it shows the following devices for sound:
Audiocodecs, Legacy-audiodriver, Legacy video, media controls, MEDION (7134) WDM Video capture, MEDION TV-Turner 7134 MK2/3, MPU-401-compatible MIDI, Realtek AC'97 Audio, standard game port, standard game port, Terra Tec Aureon 5.1 Fun, Videocodes (all of them are ready to use, no exclamation marks or other signs next to any of them).

Have a MEDION desktop PC with 2.67 gHtz Intel Pentuim 4, Main Circuit Board is from Micro-Star International MS-6701, Bus Clock 133 megahertz, BIOS Phoenix Technologies LTD 6.00 PG
I installed a sound card from Terra Tec Aureon 5.1 Fun, but for the sake of testing I disabled it under BIOS and only enabled the built-in sound card Realtek AC'97 Audio. I also downloaded the latest driver from Realtek website (version 5.10.0.5870) hoping that might fix the problem, but it doesn't.

Anybody got an idea??
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try going into the bios and loading optimized defaults as strange as it sound, after u have put another card in it, it can upset the original card so do that and lets hope that fixes your little problem if not let me know and ill have a firther look.
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Dear THE ONE
Did everything you said and my dad's PC sound works again!! Thanks a lot!! (sorry that due to holiday absence I reply only today to say it works and THANK YOU!!)
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you are more them welcome glad to have helped :tazz: and that it worked.
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nice work the one
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