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HELP with audio driver?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by lovsk8in247, Jul 14, 2006.

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  1. lovsk8in247

    lovsk8in247 Thread Starter

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    ok i just got a new motherboard a dFI Lan Party nF4 Sli-Dr it has a audio module that you connect to the motherboard i got every thing connected but when i got the system loaded up and the drivers installed AC 97' i cant hear anything
     
  2. norton850

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    In Device Manager under Audio is everything (FWIW) listed as working. In Control Panel under audio do you have the right sound device and speakers chosen? Volume turned up and nothng on mute? Speakers known to work and plugged into the right MB connector. I know this is somewhat basic and all inclusive, but we really don't know what you have tried.
     
  3. lovsk8in247

    lovsk8in247 Thread Starter

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    under sounds and audio devices in control panel it has nvidia(R) nforce(TM) audio
    it will like play sounds i just cant hear them i have my volume up
    speakers worked on my last mother board
    i have them in the right slot
    what is (FWIW)?
     
  4. lovsk8in247

    lovsk8in247 Thread Starter

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    i looked on everest and it says i have Field Value
    Audio Adapter nVIDIA MCP04 - Audio Codec Interface

    but i installed nVidia and RealTek audio drivers both
    does that matter?
     
  5. norton850

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    FWIW = For what it's worth because Device Manager has it's own ideas sometimes as to whether or not something is working. Often it will say that something is working fine when obviously it isn't.

    Just to go through things again however, does Device Manager say that things are working?(no exclamation, yellow or other marks). In Control Panel under Sounds and Audio (not Device Manager) is your audio device selected there, correct speaker choice and nothing muted? Have you tried headphones in the MB speaker jack?
     
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