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Hey

All of a sudden my mobo built in sound have dissaperared. Computer have been of for some weeks due to WC build, so it has nothing to do with me tweaking anything.. Have tryed to install new drivers and so on but nothing seems to help.
Anyone on this great forum that can help me?? Can the sound device on the mobo be broken??
I cant stand it since it's my gaming computer
Any suggestion is welcome
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Originally Posted by Rezern View Post
Hey

All of a sudden my mobo built in sound have dissaperared. Computer have been of for some weeks due to WC build, so it has nothing to do with me tweaking anything.. Have tryed to install new drivers and so on but nothing seems to help.
Anyone on this great forum that can help me?? Can the sound device on the mobo be broken??
I cant stand it since it's my gaming computer
Any suggestion is welcome
Rezern, is anything odd showing up in the device manager? Check for "unknown devices". Also make sure the onboard audio is enabled in your BIOS. Perhaps maybe it was accidently disabled when you reconfiguring an overclock?

Check it out and let us know

Good luck
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post #3 of 5
First of all....are you running Vista?

If you are, try to go to realtek's website (I'm assuming you've got a realtek soundcard). Download the drivers from there. Vista just updated drivers for mine, and it quit working, the realtek ones fixed it.

Second.
If that fails to work, make sure its turned on in your BIOS.

Thirdly and finally:
Maybe try a different soundcard?

My guess would be drivers though. If its a realtek sound device, their drivers are awesome off their website.
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NZXT 120mm fans strapped to stock 7970 cooler Windows 10 Pro Dell 3007WFP Dell 2007FP 
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post #4 of 5
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Originally Posted by Rezern View Post
Hey

All of a sudden my mobo built in sound have dissaperared. Computer have been of for some weeks due to WC build, so it has nothing to do with me tweaking anything.. Have tryed to install new drivers and so on but nothing seems to help.
Anyone on this great forum that can help me?? Can the sound device on the mobo be broken??
I cant stand it since it's my gaming computer
Any suggestion is welcome
Some things to check:

Speakers: Are they on/plugged in/getting power?
BIOS: Is "Onboard Audio" disabled? Re-enable in BIOS.
In OS: Is your sound device (onboard) being detected by Windows? Go to Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > System > Hardware > Device Manager > Sound, Video and Game Controllers, then select your onboard sound device. Right click, select Properties, disable then re-enable the device.

Hope this helps for starters!
    
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post #5 of 5
if you are running xp sp3 then you are most likely missing a system config file for your sound. but if not then just go to realteks website and make sure youve got the right drivers.

and just do the things that everyone else has said too
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