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    Default Sound card Driver problem

    my pc's built-in sound card for some reason can't find the driver.i have installed the driver from mother board utility/driver CD multiple times.

    in device manager it shows "The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)

    To reinstall the drivers for this device, click Reinstall Driver."

    but somehow i am getting audio output when i install the driver yet in device manager there is that yellow mark beside sound card.in games audio seems fine but sometimes when i watch movies i have to push audio to full on vlc player to understand dialogue.

    one strange thing to add,although i remove the realtek built-in sound card driver but when i run the gigabyte driver CD it still shows up as the driver is installed in utility program's software list(where it shows which driver is installed and which driver is not installed)

    so anybody have any idea what to do.

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    Default Re: Sound card Driver problem

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    i am going try this.but my gp internet is only giving me 3 kilobytes/sec download speed for last two days.so it may take sometime before i can try it.hopefully this new driver will solve my problem.thanks m8.+1 too.

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    Default Re: Sound card Driver problem

    Sometime it happens because of your OS Service pack.....You need to install proper version of Realtek Driver.... Like old version of Realtek driver doesnot work in Win XP SP3 or later on but work in Windows 7(!) ...Better option is go realtek website's driver section select your sound card model than download it from their...and make sure u select your OS version incld Service pack....your problem will b solved....as i face the same problem before....although i give up using internal sound card... Creative XiFi FTW


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    Default Re: Sound card Driver problem

    Quote Originally Posted by super.gogeta View Post
    Sometime it happens because of your OS Service pack.....You need to install proper version of Realtek Driver.... Like old version of Realtek driver doesnot work in Win XP SP3 or later on but work in Windows 7(!) ...Better option is go realtek website's driver section select your sound card model than download it from their...and make sure u select your OS version incld Service pack....your problem will b solved....as i face the same problem before....although i give up using internal sound card... Creative XiFi FTW
    the one I posted is the latest release from Realtek, & I find dling things from Realtek a bit awkward :S So I chose the G3D mirrors. btw do you use windows update ?

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    Default Re: Sound card Driver problem

    I am taking it as you are facing this problem on Windows 7 as your PC spec sheet mentions both WinXP and Win7.

    # Download and install driver sweeper.

    # Uninstall the sound card driver from device manager and if it wants a reboot, do so but remember to boot in safe mode. If you do not, you will have to repeat this step again.

    # Run driver sweeper in safe mode and choose "Realtek - Sound" and click on clean. It will ask for a reboot, do so.


    # Install the latest driver (when I am writing this post) from here and install it.

    Your problem should be solved. Driver sweeper will clean the registry as well as leftover files and prepare your system for a clean driver installation. If it is on Windows XP, follow similar methods.


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    Default Re: Sound card Driver problem

    Quote Originally Posted by proton_chain View Post
    I am taking it as you are facing this problem on Windows 7 as your PC spec sheet mentions both WinXP and Win7.

    # Download and install driver sweeper.

    # Uninstall the sound card driver from device manager and if it wants a reboot, do so but remember to boot in safe mode. If you do not, you will have to repeat this step again.

    # Run driver sweeper in safe mode and choose "Realtek - Sound" and click on clean. It will ask for a reboot, do so.


    # Install the latest driver (when I am writing this post) from here and install it.

    Your problem should be solved. Driver sweeper will clean the registry as well as leftover files and prepare your system for a clean driver installation. If it is on Windows XP, follow similar methods.
    thanks and +1 for these advices.if just installing the new driver doesn't solve my problem then i should follow the instructions given by you.

    ---------- Post added at 07:52 ---------- Previous post was at 07:46 ----------

    btw my problem is on windows xp professional sp 3.

    ---------- Post added at 07:55 ---------- Previous post was at 07:52 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by super.gogeta View Post
    Sometime it happens because of your OS Service pack.....You need to install proper version of Realtek Driver.... Like old version of Realtek driver doesnot work in Win XP SP3 or later on but work in Windows 7(!) ...Better option is go realtek website's driver section select your sound card model than download it from their...and make sure u select your OS version incld Service pack....your problem will b solved....as i face the same problem before....although i give up using internal sound card... Creative XiFi FTW

    it's quite possible cause my problem is on windows xp professional sp3.anyway i am going to try the new driver.that should solve the problem.

    ---------- Post added at 18:08 ---------- Previous post was at 07:55 ----------

    problem is not solved.i tried the instructions mentioned by proton_chain but device manager still can't recognize the driver for sound card.i am beginning to think whether the problem is caused by the XP professional xp sp3 itself.it's customized xp pro sp3.so maybe some bug or something with it.:S

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    Default Re: Sound card Driver problem

    Quote Originally Posted by kung fu panda_4444 View Post
    problem is not solved.i tried the instructions mentioned by proton_chain but device manager still can't recognize the driver for sound card.i am beginning to think whether the problem is caused by the XP professional xp sp3 itself.it's customized xp pro sp3.so maybe some bug or something with it.:S
    Sorry to hear that.

    Try some old drivers. Search your game CD/DVDs, old games had video and audio drivers included in the CD/DVD. They might work. When it comes to XP, I cannot help much as I was in class 7 when I left XP.

    Did you try updating the driver from the net using device manager? It might not work but try disabling onboard audio in BIOS, uninstalling driver using my method, re enabling onboard audio from BIOS, and installing the latest driver.


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    Default Re: Sound card Driver problem

    Quote Originally Posted by kung fu panda_4444 View Post
    thanks and +1 for these advices.if just installing the new driver doesn't solve my problem then i should follow the instructions given by you.

    ---------- Post added at 07:52 ---------- Previous post was at 07:46 ----------

    btw my problem is on windows xp professional sp 3.

    ---------- Post added at 07:55 ---------- Previous post was at 07:52 ----------




    it's quite possible cause my problem is on windows xp professional sp3.anyway i am going to try the new driver.that should solve the problem.

    ---------- Post added at 18:08 ---------- Previous post was at 07:55 ----------

    problem is not solved.i tried the instructions mentioned by proton_chain but device manager still can't recognize the driver for sound card.i am beginning to think whether the problem is caused by the XP professional xp sp3 itself.it's customized xp pro sp3.so maybe some bug or something with it.:S
    coz u r using customized version of Windows XP. If u use the normal one, it wont have any problems.

    Between why do people install these custom versions that are prone to bugs and possibly have spywares ?????

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    Default Re: Sound card Driver problem

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    the one I posted is the latest release from Realtek, & I find dling things from Realtek a bit awkward :S So I chose the G3D mirrors. btw do you use windows update ?
    i got genuine version of Windows XP.... I used to use that n obviously update windows....But I heard Microsoft stop giving service for Win XP.... N XP sucks....for this reason i switch to WIN 7even (non-genuine) now i cant update windows ...

    BTW kung fu panda....Restall ur windows those customized edition got many problems....Get Windows XP Sp2 ...its better i thnk ...prblm free
    Last edited by gogeta; September 29th, 2010 at 22:11.


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    Default Re: Sound card Driver problem

    Quote Originally Posted by proton_chain View Post
    Sorry to hear that.

    Try some old drivers. Search your game CD/DVDs, old games had video and audio drivers included in the CD/DVD. They might work. When it comes to XP, I cannot help much as I was in class 7 when I left XP.

    Did you try updating the driver from the net using device manager? It might not work but try disabling onboard audio in BIOS, uninstalling driver using my method, re enabling onboard audio from BIOS, and installing the latest driver.
    thanks proton_chain.but i have decided to leave it as it is.though the device manager doesn't recognize the driver but after installing the driver windows xp stops finding new sound device and as i mentioned before i still get sound.

    ---------- Post added at 07:43 ---------- Previous post was at 07:39 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    coz u r using customized version of Windows XP. If u use the normal one, it wont have any problems.

    Between why do people install these custom versions that are prone to bugs and possibly have spywares ?????
    well i am using it because it has updated sp3,.net, basically a lot of updated goodies.

    ---------- Post added at 07:48 ---------- Previous post was at 07:43 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by super.gogeta View Post
    i got genuine version of Windows XP.... I used to use that n obviously update windows....But I heard Microsoft stop giving service for Win XP.... N XP sucks....for this reason i switch to WIN 7even (non-genuine) now i cant update windows ...

    BTW kung fu panda....Restall ur windows those customized edition got many problems....Get Windows XP Sp2 ...its better i thnk ...prblm free
    thanks bro but many games will require me to have sp3.

    i think i will use this setup as long as i can and when it's a must then i will setup a new xp sp2 or sp3 .obviously i will try to be sure that one is a better version.

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    Default Re: Sound card Driver problem

    Quote Originally Posted by kung fu panda_4444 View Post
    thanks proton_chain.but i have decided to leave it as it is.
    Right decision, leave old XP, use only Win7.

    Quote Originally Posted by kung fu panda_4444 View Post
    but many games will require me to have sp3.

    i think i will use this setup as long as i can and when it's a must then i will setup a new xp sp2 or sp3 .obviously i will try to be sure that one is a better version.
    What game are you talking about!!?? I sometimes had problems with some old games but running in compatibility mode solved it. I am on Win7 x64, so program compatibility should be poorer, as it does not support 8 and 16 bit executables. But it still runs all my games. If you could mention the game name, some brilliant brain here could have provided you with a suggestion.

    If you are desperate to run XP, you can run it in a virtual environment from Win7 desktop.

    And for the customized versions, I do not trust any customized version of Windows. They may look better, run better, but cannot be trusted. I customize windows myself to suit my taste. And it runs better than any "customized" version.
    Last edited by proton_chain; September 30th, 2010 at 09:47.


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    Default Re: Sound card Driver problem

    Quote Originally Posted by proton_chain View Post
    What game are you talking about!!?? I sometimes had problems with some old games but running in compatibility mode solved it. I am on Win7 x64, so program compatibility should be poorer, as it does not support 8 and 16 bit executables. But it still runs all my games. If you could mention the game name, some brilliant brain here could have provided you with a suggestion.

    If you are desperate to run XP, you can run it in a virtual environment from Win7 desktop.

    And for the customized versions, I do not trust any customized version of Windows. They may look better, run better, but cannot be trusted. I customize windows myself to suit my taste. And it runs better than any "customized" version.
    hmm i m not sure but gta 4 probably needed sp3 and also in some new game's thread i read some one mentioning it requires sp3 with xp though i can't remember the name of game/thread.:mellow:

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    Quote Originally Posted by super.gogeta View Post
    N XP sucks....for this reason i switch to WIN 7even (non-genuine) now i cant update windows
    My window is not genuine but i can update....
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    well I would suggest you to dl a copy of XP SP3 from the torrents, check the hashes so that it's legit. After that find a working crack (such as RemoveWAT for Win7) & then install it for XP. The drivers should install correctly. Modified versions tend to be more erroneous with all those goodies you mentioned >.<

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    Quote Originally Posted by kung fu panda_4444 View Post
    hmm i m not sure but gta 4 probably needed sp3 and also in some new game's thread i read some one mentioning it requires sp3 with xp though i can't remember the name of game/thread.:mellow:
    I play GTA4 on Windows 7 64-bit. Just had to change the compatibility mode to Windows 2000, and no problem since then. So, you can safely keep Windows 7 only.


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    Quote Originally Posted by proton_chain View Post
    I play GTA4 on Windows 7 64-bit. Just had to change the compatibility mode to Windows 2000, and no problem since then. So, you can safely keep Windows 7 only.
    But da 1 with 4 DVDs dosent installs in win 7....Did u used da 2 DVDs rip???:S
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    well I would suggest you to dl a copy of XP SP3 from the torrents, check the hashes so that it's legit. After that find a working crack (such as RemoveWAT for Win7) & then install it for XP. The drivers should install correctly. Modified versions tend to be more erroneous with all those goodies you mentioned >.<
    yeah agreed. The problem is with these custom versions.

    Install a genuine version and then crack it. Custom versions that comes loaded with other softwares or comes tweaked for saving memory have lots of problems.

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    But da 1 with 4 DVDs dosent installs in win 7....Did u used da 2 DVDs rip???:S
    No, it can be installed.
    I have the 4 DVD's Original copy and played without any shaking cam problem...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rion View Post
    No, it can be installed.
    I have the 4 DVD's Original copy and played without any shaking cam problem...
    Thats great news...will try it....I played it in Xp sp3 without any shaking cam problem....
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