There is no sound coming out of my speakers.

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  1. computer123

    computer123 Registered Member

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    this happend after i reformat my computer into windows 7

    I checked the audio device and it says its working fine. I pluged the sockets in different holes but thats not working neither. Then i tried the main plug into a diferent one, still nothing happend.

    I pluged in different speakers and still not getting sound. I checked to update drivers but they are alredy fully updated.

    then i booted into safe mode and i removed it with a check mark to delete software. then i couldnt install the audio device cuz of the error. then i downloaded audio driver from real tek offical site and went to device manager and installed it by going other device -> multimedia audio controller and its still no help.
     
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  2. GlobalForce

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    You saying it's an upgrade - from an XP based machine to Win7? We have a make'n model - something to go on?
     
  3. computer123

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    lol what?
     
  4. pasha101

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    Who makes your computer?
    The other part of the question is what model of computer do you have?
     
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    Hp Compaq dx2000 MT

    dx2000M/P3.2E/80bwf/512G/4 U8
    hp sn: MXD52301P2

    p/n: PQ014A#ABA
     
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    Does your computer have on board sound or a separate sound card. If it is the latter you may have disturbed the connection between sound card and the mother board plugging the wires into the back of the sound card. One way you can tell is if the name of the sound card is on "control Panel/Sound and Audio Devices". Then all you have to do is get the Audio card to show up in control Panel/Sound and Audio Devices by taking out the sound card out completely and then putting it back in.
     
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    Name of the sound card: Realtek AC'97 Audio,
    Hardware: Hewlett-Packward HP dx2000 MT (PQ014A))
     
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    I had the same exact problem on one of my systems with Win7 - the driver was correctly installed but there was simply no sound coming out of the line-out. No matter what I did (tried several drivers, etc.), I was unable to fix the issue. I finally gave up, ditched Win7 from that system, decided to wait for some better days, when updated driver is available. Audio hardware in question was VIA high definition.
    Good luck to you, computer123
     
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    It's not always the suggested driver that'll work. Think (possibly) substitution - Win2000, Vista.
     
  10. tgell

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    @computer123:

    See if this works.

    1. Go to Control Panel>Hardware and Sound.
    2. Under Sound click Manage Sound Devices.
    3. Under Playback you should see "Digital Output" and "Speakers".
    4. See which output is currently default.
    5. Set the other output as default.
    Hope this helps
     
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    *On a side note, you've got mail - upper right under your name.
     
  13. johnny_dacu

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    Maybe is an driver issuse. Install the lastest version maybe it will work
     
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