My problem is that I can only capture video but not any sound. See our Missing or lost sound in Windows document for troubleshooting help. First, check that your speaker cable is properly connected to the sound card on the back of the computer. Have you tried that? gopher on Sat, 31st Oct 2009 4:55 pm yea tried that but still goes back to desktop speakers Madee on Thu, 5th Nov 2009 3:17 this contact form
Each different audio and video format requires its own decoder, or codec. After all changes, click Apply then OK in each of the appropriate windows before closing them. I don't know Soundmax but maybe the jack you used is not set or is not the output? To hear your recording, click the Play button. http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000034.htm
There is no shound device recognition. Her computer will also not let her double-click on the Speaker icon close to the time in the SysTray. The Realtek mixer say my output is set to 44.1khz same as always I think..and playback bitrate is set to 128 Any ideas? For testing purposes, use an audio file that was installed with Windows XP.
Anthony Sarah on Tue, 16th Jun 2009 6:15 pm hi there - Hopefully this thread isn't so long ago that no one replies… :P I ran across these posts because It says that there is no sound card found but in the s config the window audio is running? On the Playback tab, select your speakers and click the Configure button. Sound And Audio Devices For Windows Xp Free Download Mar 12, 2006 #2 jennasay TS Rookie Topic Starter speakers Thanks for your reply.
Visit the Windows Update website to be sure your computer is fully updated. Windows Xp Sound Not Working No Audio Device Check the volume control and mute properties. Skype, AI, MSN, Yahoo, GoogleTalk, the all are very suited for voice calls. http://www.pcauthorities.com/windows-xp/how-to-troubleshoot-sound-problems-in-windows-xp/ If that is the case, it could indeed be that the audio device is really broken, it is electronics, so it can break.
Loading... How To Install Sound Drivers In Windows Xp From Internet Another thing that could be valid is that the audio codecs somehow were removed. Anthony hugo on Wed, 15th Apr 2009 12:48 am Hi, so i helped this friend that couldnt connect to the internet, because he has a really crapy computer and had PCauthorities.com Free PC Performance Articles, Software Reviews and PC Tips & Tweaks RSS FeedComments Home Definitions Searchresult Donation About Contact Terms Privacy Sitemap Resources How to Troubleshoot Sound Problems in Windows
In Windows XP and older, click Manage audio devices under Sound. http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000034.htm In Windows XP, you will need to select Multimedia (or Entertainment). How To Fix Sound Problem In Windows Xp Was this page useful? Windows Xp Sound Problem Solution And when you play an MP3 file or watch some video, you definitely want to hear sound from your speakers or headset.
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? weblink Sign in to report inappropriate content. If not, try VLC Media Player and see if that has the same. If necessary, right-click Windows Audio, in the popup menu select Properties and then set the startup type to Automatic. Windows Xp Sounds And Audio Devices Not Working
Follow the green = speakers, pink = microphone and things should be okay. All Rights Reserved. Yes No Send us feedback Feedback shows invalid character, not accepted special characters are <> () \ Send Feedback Sorry, our feedback system is currently down. http://philgiebler.com/windows-xp/speakers-not-working-windows-xp-pro.html Software-wise the plugging of external speakers does not change anything, but you can check your audio setup, to make sure the speaker configuration is set up for the internal laptop speakers.
please help9th May 2014 5:13amMuhammad zakariaI don't have an audio driver4th May 2014 3:12amsaadatkhanit is very good30th April 2014 4:41amDrivers HelpIf you are not getting any audio error messages then ensure Windows Xp No Audio Device Part of the name will normally match with the name you found in the device manager. The weird thing is why it stops working: When the Windows Audio Service is disabled, the flash doesn't work.
After all changes, click Apply then OK in each of the appropriate windows before closing them. Thanks, Desperate for sound Mar 12, 2006 #1 Mictlantecuhtli TS Evangelist Posts: 4,345 +11 Welcome to TechSpot Check if your soundcard (or onboard sound chip) is working. My computer's sound was working perfectly. his comment is here If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us.
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