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No Audio found in Win 2000 server

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by parmeeshkumar, Jan 19, 2013.

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  1. parmeeshkumar

    parmeeshkumar Thread Starter

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    My system has dual o/s ; Win XP and Win 2003 server

    When I am starting Win XP, Audio is working perfectly but it gets shut down with a error " System Shutdown due to thermal overheating".

    But when I am using Win 2003, Audio is not working there and it gets shut down when ever I try to repair it with 2003 server CD.

    Kindly suggest
     
  2. srhoades

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    Your system is overheating so the computer is shutting itself down to protect itself. You need to check the fans and possibly may need to apply a new coat of thermal paste to the heatsink.
     
  3. redmonkie

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    Also your audio driver is normally disabled by default.
     
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