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Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 thrillhouse thrillhouse Members 1,040 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Va Local time:01:12 PM Posted 20 February 2010 After I format the disk and reinstall XP, the Creative SoundBlaster still works properly, but when i upgrade to sp2, it does'nt work. Your sound card may be in use. This link is the home page for v10/11. have a peek here

It's my second one and I had really good luck with my first one so I bought a new one. I've tried several other suggestions from various forums, including the "Plug and Play Enumerator" fix, and the "Admin Tools-->Component Svcs-->Svcs (local)--Windows Audio-->automatic/enabled" fix. Replace the file and try again." I have tried system restore, couldn't restore it, I did sfc and it replaced LOTS of files, but the default sound files still do not And the other is Creative SoundBlaster Live! you can try this out

I couldn't get Media Center to work said it couldn't find the TV tuner card, so Sony had me uninstall, reinstall numerous times and reset the bios to load optimized default You did, however, lead me to look through the sound item in Device Manager. Much obliged. No, create an account now.

Once I switched it to use the sound card, everything started working correctly. Searching Google came up > a suggestion to delete this driver and reboot. Assembly works 1 on 1 with ... Are the keys the same or do I need to correct other ones specific to my issue/device??

I have performed all the sugguested fixes listed here and still receive the error message "windows cannot play the sound %SystemRoot%\Media\Windows XP Error. If the original posters are still listening, would you let me know whether you ever fixed it or resolved it somehow? I have reinstalled the latest driver for Creative SoundBlaster which is provided by Creative many times. but no sound from FLV player and windows.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Says No Audio Device, but drivers are there and enabled "working properly" Page 5 of 12 « First < 34 5 67 > Last » Thread Tools Search this Thread I have … Audio trouble windows XP 13 replies Hello, I am having trouble with my sound card on a windows XP machine. Monday, February 18, 2008 11:02 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote One last update.  It appears to be a GPO since I can login as a local admin

You have to disable your onboard > sound in > the BIOS to use Soundblaster. https://www.windowsbbs.com/threads/windows-wont-play-wavs-in-media-folder.58057/ How do I do that? Your method worked and finally sound is active now. WindowsBBS.com is completely free, paid for by advertisers and donations.

i got the proper drivers, but it didnt work. the defauld device for sound playback and sound recording is 'Modem #0', which i'm quite sure of, is not my sound device. I've attempted rollback to previous drivers to no avail. Username or email: I've forgotten my password Forum Password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Community Forum

My computer is 6 months old, they have replaced the MB, tomorrow they are coming to replace the DVD writer and the front bus panel and the front of the case I now can see my sound card inthe greyed out areas again! get the latest drives for it and install. Check This Out I've corrected and reinstalled machine.inf and swenum (Drivers) respectively, again, no avail.

It may be damaged or may not be a valid sound file. i have googled a lot of forums already but i have never encountered anyone which has the same case as mine! If they are corrupt, how do I replace them?Click to expand...

I had a feeling it was due to a windows update.

Select "Install from a list or specific location" 4. SoftwareTipsandTricks Forum > Operating Systems > Windows XP No Sound.. Aeonix 39 303 posts since Apr 2015 Community Member Windows xp pc stuck in reboot loop before login screen Last Post 2 Weeks Ago Hi I have a problem with my It is not any specific manufacturer (It was a machine put … Yellow Exclamation next to AC97 Audio Device (No Sound!) 5 replies I am running XP Home on a motherboard

Started by ladyluck , Jun 28 2007 10:11 AM Please log in to reply 3 replies to this topic #1 ladyluck ladyluck TEG Forum Member Members 142 posts Gender:Female Posted 28 I desperately need help, there has to be a solution, please please help me! Now I can play any media >> through >> WMP, but the Windows sounds do not work. When you double click the yellow exclamation mark, what does the message said?

I've corrected and reinstalled machine.inf and swenum (Drivers) respectively, again, no avail.