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Ive got the saae problem and did all the methods that i could find on the internet but still no avail!!! I have had same problem in the past. This is what I have found out. The motherboard resources under system in device manager do not have drivers and a couple other little devices under system don't either. The motherboards do a good portion of the controlling of media devices so goto device manager under system and click on mother boards and check the properties there it will tell you if the drivers are not installed for the motherboards.
At the same time while you are in there meaning device manager check out the properties on all the audio and video devices the same way to see for one if they are enabled and two if they need drivers. And this is one that alot of people do not think about. When you start up the computer log into your bios system which is the heart of your computer by mashing F2 right when it starts coming up.
Scroll through each set of lists in bios careful though do not change anything and try to find where it says audio enabled or Disabled then Enable it. Save settings and exit. If this does not help make sure you have all the devices required for audio looking in hardware wizard or device manager.
Check all of this thoroughly and it might just be the answer. Because this is what has to be done in emergency situations when you cannot get sound and you have a soundcard. Most of the time it is not having the soundcard that is the problem. If you want to ask more email me at chad. There is a possibilty you do not the motherboard resources.
Click on device manager and you are there. I have no audia device. I have seen a message on screen that says "there is no active mixers". Please help me I am exhausted from attempting to figure this out on my own. Would appreciate all the help I can get. Windows media player or the computer itself? If I know that I probably can tell you. The sound mixer is the audio controller.
Everyone looking for sound mixer in hardware will not find it because its name in hardware is audio controller. If you cannot find it respond back and I will help.
You need an audio controller. It is the right term for sound mixer. You need an audio controller you will find it in add hardware. Goto add hardware and find a compatible audio controller. You need an Audio controller goto add hardware and see if you can find one. It is saying you need a new audio controller. Goto add hardware and try to find an audio controller. The sound mixer is usually the audio controller. These are what all you need in device manager for sound under sound and game controllers.
All of these are in add hardware for windows systems. MSC nd make sure anything related to audio is started and set to automatic instead of manual and you can do the by clicking on each ones properties. Get back to me when you are done and I will help further.
I recently took my laptop and they cleared my hard drive, so I'm guessing that they must have deleted some of my audio devices. It just says no audio device, and under device volume its at low and it won't let me adjust it. So whats the best way to resolve this problem in your opinion. I am having the same problem what did you do to fix yours.
I too have the same problem. I have installed XP as an Upgrade to Win Sound works fine in Win but not XP. All driver are correct, and the Audio Service is running Ok. I wanted to let you know that I got my sound back when I ran a virus scan cd on my computer. Do I need to delete the duplicated hardware??? Goto control panel and add hardware and look for the audio controller once you have it sound settings should light up.
I went into Add Hardware, selected Sigmatel, it started installing and then I got the following error message. That means that the device is probably not compatible. If you get an error code goto help and support and put in that error message and it will tell you why you are receiving it. When you goto add hardware have it show all devices instead of just sound devices look through all of them and find just a standard audio codecs. Then try to find the AC 97 audio controller.
The message you received is normal because it is just saying that it does not have all the things needed to run that codec. Try to find the standard sound devices and the sound mixer is the audio controller so dont try to find sound mixer it is not in that way. The audio codecs should be a standard system device not neccessarily one with a name like sigma tel.
Get back to me and I will help you more. Goto add hardware in control panel or wherever your add hardware is and search for hardware yourself dont let the computer do it. I need to add this. I have many computers all with different operating systems. One of them is a sony vaio with Vista Home Premium.
I will find out what is wrong and help you fix it. Let me do some investigating on this matter and I will get back to you. Just to make sure of your problem you cannot get any sounds to come out and you cannot get audio settings to light up to adjust.
If you can do it then restart the computer. If that does not work let me know and I will help further. I have looked for all of the things you have told me to chad, but I do not have an AV 97 audio Contoller. Is there something else I should look for? Do you have a recovery disk for your operating system? The reason I ask is that it would be the first thing I tried or maybe using the disk to add and configure all windows components.
As far as the password is concerned once you are in your desktop screen you can goto control panel under user accounts and cancel out any required passwords and make there be no passwords. The best thing to do is to try loading up a new operating system or recoverying the old one. Get back to me and I will help you further. There are many ways to get around this issue.
However because so many things are missing you might as well try to redo the system itself and start fresh. What kind of computer do you have? And some adjustments can be made in the bios system but that depends on whether you need the password to get into it. It's not av 97 it's ac 97 audio controller. But that does not mean it is not there. Sometimes what you can do if you can not find it in add hardware you can find it through device manager.
This is something that can be done to get to that screen where the audio controller may be. Goto add hardware and install an audio component either under the system category or the microsoft category and install it. It may not be compatible but don't worry about that because we are going to use it to get something else. Once you are in device manager find under sounds and other devices the audio driver or whatever you installed from add hardware.
Then right click it and goto properties. In the properties goto driver then click on update driver. Now it is going to ask if you want windows to search but you do not: The next screen will ask you where do you want it to look for it.
You click in the box I'll look for it myself. Get back to me. It could also mean you need an audio controller. Tell me in device manager all the audio drives you have listed and I can help you in more detail as well. Even faster click start click run and put in dxdiag. Then look through each menu and write down what drivers you have under music or sounds.
If that doesn't tell you the click start right click my computer then scroll to manage then click on device manager and then scroll down to sound devices and click the plus sign all the things of that nature are there as well. If you write them down and get back to me I will help you further. I just installed Windows Crystal Edition and have the media player, but no sound. I do have a system.
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