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Windows 7: Fresh Build No Sound

11 Jun 2010   #11

windows 7 home Premium 32 bit

I might buy a sound card tomorrow, im starting to think its the audio port, none of the capacitors around there have gone so im thinking that must be the problem.

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11 Jun 2010   #12
PooMan UK

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

Up to you pal but I wouldn't be to hasty, I've seen loads of posts with "Realtek sound issues" that have been resolved... maybe just hang about a bit, you never know someone might have a solution before you go spending your hard earned cash on a new card.
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11 Jun 2010   #13

Windows 7 Home Premium

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Tony2010 View Post
I might buy a sound card tomorrow, im starting to think its the audio port, none of the capacitors around there have gone so im thinking that must be the problem.

Turn off Enhancements!

Select the Default device (speakers) then select the Properties button... for now, turn off all sound effects.

Also, make external speakers are plugged into the light green jack in the back of the computer.

Also... back to selecting the Default device, there's a configure button on the bottom left, make sure you're set to stereo sound.

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12 Jun 2010   #14

windows 7 home Premium 32 bit

I resolved the problem, I plugged in the front pannel audio ports to the M/board, i forgot that previously i had jumpers on the pannel on the M/board, I unplugged the connector and put the jumpers back in and i now have sound again.

Thanks everyone for attempting to solve my problem.

Rock and Roll.
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