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Onboard sound does not work anymore

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Crimson93, Apr 26, 2010.

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  1. Crimson93

    Crimson93 Thread Starter

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    Hi there, I have a little problem over here,
    since I replaced my old graph card (Nvidia 7600GS) with my new (Nvidia 9600 GSO) my onboard sound has stopped working, Mobo : Asrock N68PV-GS.
    As a temporary solution I removed my TV-tuner card from the PCI slot and I put in a Creative Audigy sound card (5.1) yet only 3 of the 5 speakers work with this one, please help !
     
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  3. huggie54

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    hiya,look in device manager,any yellow ! or red Xs in the sounds......
     
  4. lunarlander

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    Also check in services.msc that the "Windows Audio" service is running
     
  5. Crimson93

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    no, there weren't any red x's or yellow !'s, I did find the realtek thing and it was working properly (said so in properties)
    In the services it was all enabled so it ain't there either :(

    Also tried : Enabling onboard sound in bios, it was already enabled
     
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