Helpful +3 Report Bixy Sep 16, 2008 05:54AM Hi I need your help I cannot find any device when I go to device manager neither can I restore system because it But I had formatted it to windows xp pack3 Since then Iam not able to audio sound ,kindly advice what should be downloaded Pl. But after I tried to use an external speaker, my computer sound is not wirking as normal. Thank you! have a peek here
It looks like there is no (working) audio device in the computer. Please some one out help us all... Did you maybe connect a USB TV Tuner? try this dukes Report Sudip- Aug 10, 2008 12:02PM I have got a compaq laptop which was installed with vista, but I had formatted it to Windows xp 2003 service pack
The service was disabled for me. pcunleashed 90,428 views 2:41 How to Fix WINDOWS Sound Problem PART 2! (WORKING) - Duration: 1:12. In the Media Player, select Options in the Tools menu (press the Alt key to show the menu if not visible). FYI i am on a laptop clone running Windows XP SP3 with a built in Realtek AC97 sound card and up to date drivers.
If you changed the Volume switch to On, close the Settings window and the Taskbar Properties window. Run the Audio Recording Troubleshooter Windows Vista/Windows XP: Test the Microphone Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Sound Recorder. When you are facing audio problems, a structured way of finding the cause can be helpful. How To Install Sound Drivers In Windows Xp From Internet Verify no Other devices are listed by clicking View at the top of the window and selecting Show hidden devices.
Did you open up the Device Manager (Control Panel, System, Hardware tab) and check is there is a working audio device in the "Sounds, video and game controllers" group? Anthony Al on Sat, 21st Mar 2009 5:01 pm Thank you Anthony i will try it. Have you recently made hardware or software changes? Plz help me out thnaks and regards, Aparajith Helpful +7 Report RACA Aug 3, 2008 08:18AM the problem is I cant find the Multimedia Audio Controlle Report Sabastain Anthony- Sep 23,
If the computer does not have sound after completing these steps, go to the next step. Windows Xp No Audio Device and no, i think you are getting it… it's just bizarre… haha. Please suggent anybody………….. neil on Wed, 22nd Jun 2011 10:17 am very very clear advice and infomation thank you bhanu on Wed, 24th Aug 2011 6:18 am i need I'll see if that's feasible… Thanks again!
Lucia St. http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01427349 any suggestions..? Anthony on Fri, 2nd Oct 2009 9:54 pm @AKJ - Considering the random aspect of your problem, the first suspect is a virus. Windows Xp Sound Not Working No Audio Device Try the free scan (in article above) and the report should show the exact realtek driver you need so you can check against this11th March 2015 5:19amriyaHi, accidentally deleted my realtek Windows Xp Sound Problem Solution all drivers are loaded correct and the device is no muted. (You'd be surprised how many people just do not know how to un-mute) Go to Control Panel Select Administrative Tools
what should i do?? Anthony on Wed, 25th Nov 2009 6:34 pm @Nikhil - Where are you getting "no audio device"? http://philgiebler.com/windows-xp/sound-windows-xp-not-working.html Also check your network connection settings. If not, try VLC Media Player and see if that has the same. Additional information How to change, disable, or enable Windows sounds. Windows Xp Sounds And Audio Devices Not Working
Did you open up the Device Manager (Control Panel, System, Hardware tab) and check is there is a working audio device in the "Sounds, video and game controllers" group? How can I fix this since I dont have the xp disc anymore7th May 2013 4:20pmdrivers Helphave you installed any new programs lately or made any other changes? Then click the "Start" button. Check This Out Have you checked those?
how can i fix the problem Anthony on Sun, 18th Apr 2010 2:38 pm @Ramil - Make sure you uninstall the drivers for the ISA sound card completely, that could No Sound In Windows Xp sounddriversforwinxp 22,702 views 1:52 No Audio Device window xp HELP! - Duration: 1:07. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video?
I have gone to device manager and everything is checked and working correctly. If problem is persistent restart your pc.... In all cases it could be an audio configuration problem, but often it is a driver problem. Sound Driver For Window Xp 32 Bit Give me the model number of the system I will tell you where and how you can download the drivers.
If you were able to check this box, click OK and close out of this window and the Control Panel. You have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the audio drivers? Tom on Thu, 17th Dec 2009 7:33 pm Looks like a lot of people have problems with Windows XP audio. Mine is a little different. http://philgiebler.com/windows-xp/sound-driver-not-working-xp.html Make sure the Notification & actions option in the left navigation pane is selected.
The best application to test your sound setup with is the Windows Media Player, as it will use the standard Windows sound setup, which you just verified and adjusted. If the Start button is grayed out, the Service is already started. If your audio card uses jack sensing technology, make sure you select the proper device when asked about it (when plugging devices). In the left-hand pane, click Services (Local).
Then double-click Component Services, which will open a separate window. Please help me8th January 2015 8:39ammeheri bought windows 8 and updated my sound drivers also stil unable to get sound??7th December 2014 8:19amDrivers helpHi Krishna - run the Free drivers scan Also clear the Use 24-bit audio for audio CDs for now to make sure that this Performance setting is not causing any problems. The boot time also should not be the result of your speaker exercise.
Select Hardware and Devices from the list to troubleshoot the microphone. I am using a Realtek AC'97 Audio board and the driver is Version 220.127.116.1100. Anthony on Fri, 18th Dec 2009 1:05 am One other thing I can think of is For more help and information, please refer to Performing an HP System Recovery in Windows XP.