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No sound on Win XP pro

Posted on 2007-03-20
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Since installing a IDE PCI card/to my INTEL D456DZSI motherboard,I have lost the sound on my PC.the Device Manager and all my other searches say the sound (LEGACY AUDIO ) is working OK. Visual check on the inside of PC.I notice a unattached (one end ) BLACK/RED 2 wires with a 4pin point connector.This comes of a small speaker attached to case..I have tried to fit the connector to a unused point on MB.the pin fitting is correct.but still no sound.What do I need to do/I run Win XP pro.all up to date
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by:ibu1
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Hi !
Did u install the driver from the mother board cd ?
Run the whole setup for audio .
Hope this work.
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Hi !
Did u install the driver from the mother board cd ?
Run the whole setup for audio .
Hope this work.
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by:wulfstan
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Never give that a thought,answer yes I did.shall do so now.Thanks
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