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    Default No audio from system

    I recently OC'ed my i3 530 on a intel dh55hc mobo and this problem began. There is no audio input or output to and from the system. The playback devices menu shows audio being played on the green bars but there is no sound on the speakers even on their max. Headphones and earphones too.
    Fixes I've tried include: The disable front panel audio---> No such option even on drivers downloaded from manufacturer
    Disable front panel audio from BIOS ---> Nope!
    Disconnecting front panel from mobo---> NOPE!
    Flashing BIOS----------->NOPE!NOPE!NOPE!
    Device Manager uninstall>restart -----> NEGATIVE!

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    volume icon e ki red kono symbol dekhai ?


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    Nah. Softwarewise kono audio problems nai. But kono sound hoi na

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    default output device ki? Speaker or digital receiver dekhay?

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    There can always be some settings or software issue hidden somewhere. But also, there was also a case that I know of. One of my friend had developed similar issue, every bit of sound related software reporting the audio is playing OK, but there was no output on any of the audio jacks. And when after clearing motherboard CMOS and doing a fresh install of windows couldn't fix it, he claimed warranty replacement for the motherboard. The new motherboard worked ok for about 4 months and developed same problem again. Then 7 motherboard (various issues, not only audio) and 1 GPU warranty replacements later, he replaced his Fortrex 600watt PSU, and lived happily ever after.

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    Umm, am I the only one who think this may be an hardware issue?

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    @aaz You maybe onto something. My PSU is a Tt 750W PSU. @Fox Dutai try korsi kam kore na.
    Last edited by IMNOPRO; November 26th, 2014 at 21:50.

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    If you havent tried it :
    first:install latest mobo drivers from https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sea...42&ProdId=3142
    second:install all the drivers again.if installed reinstall again.btw while you are doing it remove all peripherals from your pc(unnecessary usb,audio connector etc.)
    third: flash the bios version your motherboard came with.
    fourth:remove front panel audio connectors from motherboard.
    fifth: In bios load fail safe defaults.
    sixth:go to windows.run the system for some time.
    seventh: plug in the head phone . test

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMNOPRO View Post
    @aaz You maybe onto something. My PSU is a Tt 750W PSU
    I'm not saying that your PSU might be the cause here. I'm just saying your motherboard's audio chip might be fried, as happened to my friend. For him, it was caused by the psu, but the actual cause for your case might be different, if your chip is indeed damaged.

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