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No Audio from my nForce4 Ultra motherboard (ECS KN1 Extreme)

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by nomaan, Jan 24, 2006.

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  1. nomaan

    nomaan Thread Starter

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    I've just installed Wiin MCE (media centre) edition. I loaded up the latest realtek audio drivers. It detects everything. Plugged in my headphones in the green jack, it auto sensed it.
    Played mp3s and heard nothing. Ran a speaker setup test that came with the realtek, and again, silence. Looked at the volume controls, and its all good.

    I also attached a front panel audio to the motherboard, and that has no sound as well.

    Anyone have any ideas whats going on? I need sound :confused:
     
  2. Binary_Wolf

    Binary_Wolf

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    Hiyas

    Try going into Control Panel, then open up Sound and Audio Devices. Select the Devices tab, if no Audio devices are selcted then the drivers are not installed correctly and that'll be why you have no sound. I'm not too familiar with Media Centre, so i hope it's still the same for you.

    Regards
    BW
     
  3. nomaan

    nomaan Thread Starter

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    Hey..

    I've tried that. Everything is where it should be. Only there is no sound. I have the correct drivers installed, there is no unknown device in 'device manager', default device show realtek AC97 Audio, which is what it should show.

    The install of the OS was problematic, and after the install, there were a couple of services that weren't running. I'm gonna reformat it, and try again.
     
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