This can sometimes create a situation where you have no sound output from the system. Consult your ASUS motherboard's manual for assistance with the proper location. 2. Warning Before touching any component in your computer, always ground yourself by touching an exposed piece of metal. I can check for relevant documentation that may help (tho again, probably not till much later in the day) but if you also give us any info on what you found/did http://textminingnews.com/not-working/an-odd-issue-with-my-internet-wifi-maybe.php
thanks! Click on Continue Anyway button if you get a logo compatibility warning. Nain Reyes February 23, 2013 at 7:29 am Try restoring your computer, or uninstall the drivers from the device manager, reboot, disconect the computer from internet (not download drivers automatically) and if it helps one of the usb hubs also does not work.
Did you download this driver: Operating System: Windows 2000/ XP x86/ XP x64/ Server 2003 x86/ Server 2003 x64 18.104.22.16869 2009-11-02 29.34 MB shown at their site? SUBSCRIBEAs low as $1.00/week Home Local In Local Neighborhoods Houston & Texas Traffic Weather Education Politics & Policy Election 2013 Chronicle Investigates Obituaries Staff Blogs Reader Blogs Columnists Opinions & Editorials Feb 17, 2009 #10 raybay TS Evangelist Posts: 7,241 +9 It is likely that your connection is plugged into the wrong one of the three holes... Onboard Sound Not Working Windows 7 And it contains all the SP2 upgrades slipstreamed.
However the sound only seems to work if i plug headphones into the correct headphone jack, i've got 5.1 speakers and they're not working when i plug them in, i know i've got: ASUSTeK Computer INC. Bill __________________ AIDA64 | Power supply info | Memtest86+ | Everest 01-02-2011, 08:24 PM #13 [email protected] TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Nov 2004 Location: Pacific Northwest Posts: 1,679 http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/how-can-i-fix-my-soundcard-or-get-on-board-sound-to-work-again/ Photo Credits Hemera Technologies/PhotoObjects.net/Getty Images Suggest an Article Correction Related Searches More Articles [Sound Driver] | How to Find Out What Sound Driver You Need [ASUS Motherboard] | How to Identify
If your computer does not have an option within CMOS to disable the on-board audio, the motherboard likely has a jumper that can be set to disable it. Motherboard Audio Jack Not Working Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Feb 16, 2009 #1 raybay TS Evangelist Posts: 7,241 +9 What do you see in the Device Manager Start->Control Panel->System->Hardware->Device Manager... Once activated you will need to download or install from your Motherboard installation CD the drivers or it wont work.
Additional information on how to get into CMOS can be found on our CMOS page. Feb 17, 2009 #14 LookinAround Ex Tech Spotter Posts: 6,491 +183 yes, agree that sounds most likely (pun intended )... Onboard Audio Not Detected once you have the Realtek chip number you'll find in the ASUS manual And am still curious what ya did to finally hear that sound! Motherboard Sound Problem Solution Additional information See our on-board and sound card definitions for further information on each of these terms.
Works fine now...bugger the onboard chipset :) 01-11-2011, 12:05 AM #16 BCCOMP TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Jul 2007 Location: New York Posts: 9,639 OS: Win XP SP3 Currently running: XP pro Biostar N68S3+ motherboard with 2.7Ghz AMD processor Onboard graphics 2gb RAM My drive was out of the old machine, which was running the aforementioned dinosaur processor and Contact ASUS Support to arrange for a repair or a replacement. If you plug your speakers into the Line In or Microphone slots, you will not get any sound from your computer. 3. Motherboard Onboard Audio Not Working
I have also tried the CD that came in the box, and it does not successfully turn on the sound. Choose the Audio CODECS entry and then select Properties. However, if the required *.acm files are missing then those registry mapped codecs usually do not work. Testing your speakers can determine if the problem is with your motherboard or your speakers.
or is it likely to be a driver related issue again? How To Fix A Broken Sound Card Verify that the sound card is enabled within CMOS Setup. TechSpot is a registered trademark.
Click Troubleshooting buttons on Sound and More Help tabs. (If the sound card shows no problem yet you hear no sound: it's either configuration and/or wiring issue to the cards (you He has written for websites such as Hardcore Gaming 101 and MyInsideGamer. You should immediately download and install SP3. Azalia Hd Audio http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...+device+XP+Sp3 __________________ AIDA64 | Power supply info | Memtest86+ | Everest 01-10-2011, 07:20 PM #15 Tsathoggua Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2011 Posts: 6 OS: XP pro Fixed
Any yellow or red flags? Open the Device Manager Right click on the error (?)>Properties>Details Tab Post the info you find under Device Instance ID (VEN_****&DEV_*****&SUBSYS**********) What service pack is installed? __________________ AIDA64 | Power supply If your computer has internal speakers troubleshoot those first) or some hardware has gone dead :dead: Feb 16, 2009 #6 annaknechtel TS Rookie Topic Starter i've tried that before how Need Guidance on PC Gaming Build Account name issues Connected to internet but unable...
I have dealt with SP3 causing numerous issues with Audio drivers. Whats MMDRIVER.INF ? Plugging any headphones into the jack at the front of the PC does not work, and doesn't work at the back either (the ones that are connected to the sound card). Any help would be greatly appreciated!
You can manually install the default codec manually to ensure the required files are copied. Moreover the static is present both in speakers or when using a headset. I did indeed look in the BIOS, one of the first things I did, and there are two settings for onboard sound, 'off' and 'auto' Turning it off, was obviously not Feb 17, 2009 #13 raybay TS Evangelist Posts: 7,241 +9 It appears to me her work with the MMDriver.inf suggestions made a difference.
Below is the two methods that an on-board can be disabled. I just looked at the other devices installed, which are working fine, and there is only the 'driver details' sub-tab, under 'drivers', no specifically named 'details' main tab. To install or reinstall video CODECS, select “(Standard system devices)” from Manufacturer and “Video CODECS from “Model” instead. running it from within a Windows utility if only because when it runs under Windows there's always the unknown of Windows having unexpected problems just cause its Windows!
Ask a question and give support. As far as the other stuff reading wrong, I don't know what that is but I'd sure want the latest chipset drivers on there. 01-02-2011, 04:52 PM #3 Tsathoggua Highlight MMDRIVER.inf and click Open or you may be able to click (double) on MMDRIVER.inf file Click OK in the Install From Disk dialog box. I tried pair of cheap earphones that didn't work at first, but I eventually got them working by plugging them into my keyboard (Logitech G110), which had some kind of sound
And I could also try a sound card opposed to on-board audio, to isolate the issue Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft