I was in the middle of listening to music on my computer and th sound cut out completely. I have no ideas why but I know it's not down to my speakers as I have tried different speaker sets and I know their in the right place on the processor.
I have a Windows XP Home edition, I re-downloaded my soundcard drivers and I've run virus and anti spy scans (not in safe mode). My sound card is recognised by my computer and I have no conflicting audio hardware.
If you have a chipset motherboard download and try this one.click here Windows will probably tell you they do not recognize it.But just carry on.I know that there is something in the Bios that you can change to make sure your sound is working.But can't remember how you do it.
Hi Jack1993, have you managed to solve this problem?
If so could you please post back here with how you did it, it will help anyone else with the same sort of problem. Could you also tick the Resolved box.
If you are still trying to solve the problem, is there any chance of trying a different sound card in your pc to see if that gets you any sound. (Remember to delete the drivers from your original sound card first and reboot your pc)
Or have you considered removing your sound card and looking in the BIOS to see if there's an 'Onboard Soundcard' setting (or something similar) and trying that.
Also, make sure that the small thin cable from your soundcard to your cd drive has not come loose or is faulty. (Thats if there is a cable)
Remember to reboot your pc inbetween trying these suggestions.