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P5N SLi onboard sound problem

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ethanator, 8 Apr 2007.

  1. ethanator

    ethanator Waste not want not

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    I have an asus p5n sli and i cant get any sound to come from my speakers. I am running vista home premium 32 bit. i downloaded the vista drivers from the asus website but it didnt do anythng. is there anything i can do or do i need to get a sound card?
     
  2. radarbeam

    radarbeam New Member

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    Hi Ethanator,

    Is your onboard sound enabled in your BIOS? It's under device management or something like that.

    Radar
     
  3. ethanator

    ethanator Waste not want not

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    Yes it is.
     
  4. IAmATeaf

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    What does device manager say? Are there any device with a yellow exclamation against them? Also sounds really stupid but you do have the speakers plugged into the correct port at the back?
     
  5. radarbeam

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    Ethanator,

    Something similar happened to me last week when I plug my headset in the case front audio port all of a sudden all audio stopped.

    I had to go into the control panel under Realtek Audio and un-mute the sytem as it did it on his own ....might be worth taking a look.

    Let us know how it turn out.
     
  6. ethanator

    ethanator Waste not want not

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    no there isnt anything in device manager and yes they are plugged into the right audio port.

    I also checked all the sound/voume controls and they are all unmuted and turned up.

    thanks though,
     

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