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windows-xp audio troubleshooting sound-card realtek share|improve this question edited May 8 '10 at 8:15 quack quixote 31.9k1071115 asked May 8 '10 at 6:07 karthik migrated from stackoverflow.com May 8 '10 at Thanks again, your info was great. Site visitor Mike Redman wrote that, after installing SP1, his computer would hang on the shutdown screen. Shutdown scripts run after the user logs off. Source
Haak.) Logitech MouseWare 8.6. Receive notice whenever this page is updated. "With its rock-solid foundation and ground-breaking new features, Windows XP Professional won't quit working, even when your workday is done." -- Microsoft (Did they UNSIGNED DEVICE DRIVERS. Please provide help if you have a solution.
Many drivers will load, then you should see the Win XP installation screen. Gigabyte ga-p35-ds3l mobo Wolfdale 3.0Ghz Evga 8800GT 600Mhz Seagate 7200.11 500GB G.Skill 800Mhz 2GB RAM Win XP Pro Acer 22' LCD Logitech X-540 5.1 Speakers NZXT Apollo case Remove Advertisements Report FIZ- Jun 21, 2010 at 09:11 AM THANKS.. How to show a very important notification on the button itself which opens it?
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- Is the "Sound playback" "Default device" set to the Realtek device?
- Microsoft has now identified something similar as a bug, in MSKB 320008, "You May Not Be Able to Shut Down Your Windows XP Computer." The situation they describe is that only
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Here are the ones I know about: HIBERNATION/STANDY PROBLEM WITH NERO SOFTWARE. what do I do? When he deleted or renamed this one file, his problems went away. (Of course, you lose your CD functionality that way, too.) Video Pack 5. If you experience this problem, be sure to close all running programs before attempting shutdown and see if this solves your problem.
Thanks a lot. As im totally dependent on voice chat over the internet, this has been a depressing one. just did a windows update and my sound was back. http://superuser.com/questions/50394/windows-xp-machine-is-not-making-event-sounds How to build a fortress to survive against mythical creatures IP Routing - For Office Move My child wants GTA V for his birthday Can a Wizard polymorph low-level PCs into
current community chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. It has a small red x where the sound icon is at the bottom of the screen. Neither the mouse nor Ctrl+Alt+Del would respond. Or, to check the other side of the APM/ACPI coin, open the Power Options applet in Control Panel.
A general reminder of a great general tip: You will get the best results if all RAM in a particular computer matches in all respects! http://superuser.com/questions/381281/system-sounds-work-and-others-dont Report dusty- Aug 13, 2008 at 08:12 PM I have SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC for sound. I am not sure but it could be your sound device driver. some mother boards have problems with Realtek sound cards on Windows XP.
My best advice is: Check all drivers for all hardware devices to ensure that they are the current best for Windows XP. The software caused a BSOD with KBDCLASS.SYS. SIGNED DEVICE DRIVERS ON TOP OF UNSIGNED ONES. have a peek here Click on the "Audio" tab at the top of the same window and make sure that your Realtek device is your Default Device.
I have Sigmatel. fuk all thees pple lmaooo..... But if you use DEVLDR32 (ver 18.104.22.168) from the I386 folder, this problem doesn't occur.
Some users report that XP reboots on shutdown if APM is enabled, but shuts Windows down just fine if APM is disabled.
Reboot when finished to reinaugurate the disabled service. (Tip from Terence Shortt, aka tbone8200 on dellTalk.) MISC. It might be a problem that your computer not installed the sound codec(or you either playing some other format. But I don't know how tokyotech fixed it. The back jacks cannot play Youtube / Windows sounds.
The same setting also forces the hibernation file to be wiped at shutdown. What actually is a polynomial? Hope this solves your problem, if it doesn't let me know and I'll be happy to try and help you solve it. Check This Out Generally, this is a consequence of software that is running when shutdown is attempted.
Either uninstalling SP1 or removing his Intel Ambient Ham 50.sys (unsigned driver) internal modem would solve the problem. Let me know how this works out. - John 04-28-2008, 09:38 AM #9 tokyotech Registered Member Join Date: May 2007 Location: USA Posts: 14 OS: Vista 32 Report Rozy- Dec 17, 2008 at 09:39 AM can you pls. but if you go on control panel it says speakers and audio devices are all working perfectly fine, although no sound.
SHUTDOWN WORKS, BUT IT'S REAL SLOW If it appears that Win XP is not shutting down, give it some time. If you have Office XP installed, the culprit may be CTFMON.EXE. The fastest way to do this is with the "Disable AutoRun" Registry patch that you can download here. please helpp!!!!!!
Thanks for the help. 04-29-2008, 04:50 PM #12 johnhook Tech Hardware Team Join Date: Apr 2008 Posts: 819 OS: MS SBS 2003 SP2 tokyotech, Glad to hear Question - what type of media are you playing on Windows Media Player? MOUSE: Logitech. Please note that Terminal Services is required in Windows XP for running Remote Assistance, Fast User Switching, and (in XP Pro) Remote Desktop.
Note: Sound is working when I test the surround settings test in my RealTek program, but unable to play any audio, tried playing both in my local machine and from the I'm Broke lol Report arrmia- Dec 13, 2009 at 01:21 PM im looking for the path on my pc to help me make this determination Report LaptopClaffy- Jan 1, 2010 at At the top of the box, click 'driver' -Finally, click the 'Disable' button, and then the 'Enable' button afterward to reset your audio system. What's the most advanced weapon a time traveler from the 21st century could make with the technology of the Middle Ages?
I have a Windows Vista, the other day I reinstalled it and, since then my sound button at the corner of my screen next too the clock has had a little