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All rights reserved. I tried downloading audio driver from the net but could not succeed. I'm confident I can remove the upper and lower filters as described in many threads, however, I'm not sure of what registry keys to do this on. my sound card is of realtek and I think its says(rtl 8110SC 75591Q1 G722B)... http://introbuilder.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-error-sound-card-may-be-in-use.php

ClActLitigator View Public Profile Send a private message to ClActLitigator Find all posts by ClActLitigator #62 03-31-2007, 06:25 PM bookworm Offline Sound Queen Join Date: Sep 2002 Location: Helpful +42 Report omran Jan 2, 2009 12:18PM when I play sound it says windowmedia player cannot play the file because there is a problem with your sound device.there may be Doing so will force Windows to search the system for new hardware devices. When the Volume Control is open, verify that all levels are somewhere in the middle, that the balance is set to the center, and nothing has been muted. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-pictures/error-windows-cannot-play-the-sound/5e1cec88-f813-4a21-aace-5da38631cf20

OK, after much toil, I fixed it. To recap in detail (for Windows XP; YMMV): 1. After that all windows or program audio disapeard. how I get them restore tell me ?

  • The Uninstall button is also useful if you suspect a corrupt driver and Windows won’t allow you to install a new driver over the top of the old or corrupt one.Most
  • plz and thank you.
  • Or of ur MB if ur PC is a no-brand one.
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  • JHowever my comp was working fine and this issue happened after I installed the windows xp pro.
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  • Alternatively, follow the instructions below to try to manually update the Drivers yourself: Select Start > Run Type dxdiag in the Open box - click OK Select the Sound tab Under

The step I left out on prior trials: UNSELECT "Show Compatible Hardware" 6. All rights reserved. Be sure that "(Standard System Devices)" is selected under Manufacturer. 7. Hello and welcome to PC Review.

Even if you haven’t performed an operating system upgrade, new drivers come out all the time to correct bugs. Can you get sound from any programs?23rd June 2015 12:34pmSidhuHi sir i install new win xp.before install hd audio sound is ok.but after install audio driver there is no sound.and audio As you browse through the Device Manager list, click the plus sign next to Sound, Video, And Game Controllers. I also have the Gina24 with the breakout box and it suddenly stopped working properly.

technoguy View Public Profile Send a private message to technoguy Find all posts by technoguy #67 04-25-2007, 07:01 AM KreweMeister Offline Registered User Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: You will receive some frightening error message that you should probably disregard. 9. I will choose the driver to install." 5. You will see your device list magically change before your eyes.

Then When I plug in the headphones or speakers .. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/251989-28-sound-reinstall Register now Not a member yet? what's really the problem with that? Sign up now!

Is this the same problem other people have described? Get More Info Report Billal- Jan 11, 2009 09:20AM Hi Sir, please tell me how I can download the sound saftwar for my computer what ias the link name to dawnload the sound saftwar THIS WORKED. Select this item, and select "Next>". 8.

Unfortuantly, My computer says when I want to play music on thia computer it responds a notice,'saying, that my sound device may be not working properly and its not able to Report iwish› del - Mar 5, 2009 12:30AM Can u please help me,I,ve have no sound at all on my computer and I had sound before now its telling me I I did exactly as instructed in your response. http://introbuilder.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-sound-card-in-use-error.php Reboot, and it recognized it.

Select "Install from a list or specific location" 4. If this happens, be prepared to provide Windows with a driver for the sound card. I keep on getting an error message saying there is a problem with the driver I'm trying to install....

A good example of this is the 3COM wireless network card driver (PCMCIA).

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 we reformatted my pc and after that it doesnt detect the video card and sound card... I now can see my sound card inthe greyed out areas again! Receive error >message Windows can not play the sound...Your sound card >may be in use.

I have checked the drivers and it says they exist, but like previous messages I have looked at the properties and no devices are listed under the Legacy audio drivers folder. Helpful +6 Report mohaseal Feb 3, 2009 08:18AM plese iwant driver sound devise my compiter is windwos xp ? This is real serious.If dad finds out that my Audio drive has gone corrupt he will fracture my head!!!!25th July 2013 2:07pmM.H.Khow to install de sound device5th July 2013 12:23pmshoaib saeedwhen this page this will tell you the drivers you need.5th February 2015 5:14amvenkannai have no audio my mother board is 865 gv (american megtrentds) so how can i download my audio driver help

I have 2 devices that are error'd (yellow excalamtions). everything was OK until I installed SP2. Thanks for everybody's help!!!! ThAnX Report shucoery› Latha - Apr 23, 2009 05:34PM i went but it did not fix my problem Report kk› Latha - Apr 24, 2009 03:06PM yeah, my computer has no

If this happens then you need to look at the next option, updating your Sound Drivers. However, running the sound utility that came with the motherboard, the sound works fine. It says that there is no sound card found but in the s config the window audio is running? Helpful +11 Report jmp59 29366Posts mercredi 9 juin 2004Registration date ContributorStatus November 25, 2015 Last seen Jan 4, 2009 01:46PM HI, Try System Restore XP http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/setup/support/sysrestore.mspx Vista http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/...

I have the same problem. I have tried a number of the fixes (all listed here and from other forums), and I still don't have sound. Under Startup Type select Automatic and under Service Status click Start. I nid ur help.25th January 2014 8:00pmJim JohnsonI lost all sound when I play any files saved on my laptop or off a cd/dvd player, yet the sound works fine when

Win98 uses the 4- in-1 drivers off of the Via website, but WinXP gives me error after installing those drivers that the drivers I am attempting to install aren't designed for what is "another application?" Is there any way to find something, anything - the name of the file, the path to the .exe or whatever - anything that will tell me When I try Valiente's trick, I can't make my computer accept the new system.inf file. i tried to device manager go to sound video and game controllers, update my drivers, restart my PC yet the still doesnt work pls help to fix this thing..29th May 2014

THANK YOU SO MUCH Report jleyendo- Mar 2, 2009 10:36PM No problem. WOOOHOOOOOO! Just keep in mind that not every device will have every tab.The General tabThe General tab is the default tab for each device’s properties sheet. If you’re lucky enough to have a Creative Labs Sound Blaster product, then you’ll be happy to know that the Sound Blaster ships with a program called Creative Diagnostics.

The sound is only working with headphones or speakers plugged in but not very clear? SoftwareTipsandTricks Forum > Operating Systems > Windows XP No Sound.. I have tried the solutions mentioned above, but so far without result.