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I have the Creative Sound Blaster 5.1 Live!!! i oc the 3.0 E to 3.35 a while ago..then after a while the sound blaster died on me...but the thing is the onboard sound works perfectly, and i had to use for the last couple of days...but when install the SB live on my other system it works perfectly... even when i install the other sound card on this system it doesnt work as well, actually i raise the volume to max to hear as low a sound as possible...by the way i have my agp/pci voltages locked at 33/66/100... any help would be appreciated...
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Sounds like your pci/agp bus is not locked.
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Go into bios and make sure its locked again. Even if it says it is change it and change it back then save.
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Originally Posted by Lyrikal
I have the Creative Sound Blaster 5.1 Live!!! i oc the 3.0 E to 3.35 a while ago..then after a while the sound blaster died on me...but the thing is the onboard sound works perfectly, and i had to use for the last couple of days...but when install the SB live on my other system it works perfectly... even when i install the other sound card on this system it doesnt work as well, actually i raise the volume to max to hear as low a sound as possible...by the way i have my agp/pci voltages locked at 33/66/100... any help would be appreciated...
This make me think that your PCI slot is somehow damaged... Look like you'll need another mobo
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I found a thread about the asus p4pe's having pci/agp bus locking problems. It says that there is a bug and that sometimes the bus will not be locked even if it says it is. The guy posted that you have to change and save the bios options in a certain pattern to get it to lock.

He says: "a) Start you system up, and get EVERYTHING set to defaults (CPU default, AGP/PCI set to Auto). Save and Exit the BIOS.

b) Get back in the BIOS with everything as default settings, now CHANGE YOUR FSB FIRST. Bring the CPU into manual mode, and ONLY change the FSB to your desired setting. In my case, I set it to 125MHz. Don't touch the AGP/PCI setting - leave it at AUTO. Save and exit the BIOS.

c) Get back in the BIOS, with your new FSB setting, now you can change the AGP/PCI frequency to a manual setting (in my case, I wanted to force it to 33.3MHz). Since the current BIOS FSB is set to 125MHz and the system is currently running at 125MHz FSB, when I set the AGP/PCI frequency to a manual setting of 33.3MHz (or whatever setting you want), it should work. Save and exit the BIOS.

d) Boot up, and test whatever wasn't working, like in my case, the on-board sound.

If you do this sequence correctly, the manual setting of the AGP/PCI frequency should work. But, I have noticed a few "funnies" in the BIOS, so it's not 100% guaranteed."

Here's the link http://www.abxzone.com/forums/showth...threadid=34175
post #6 of 11
have you tried putting the card in different PCI slots?
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post #7 of 11
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well thanks guys for your help, i tried different pci slots, but the same result...I just dont know what to do still...(sorry for the late reply, busy at work)!!!:swearing:
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post #8 of 11
Well, decreases the FSB a little (1-10Mhz) see if it runs now or no.
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post #9 of 11
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well i changed the freq., restarted, then set it back again but nothing happened ... ill try shajbot advice then ill post back...thnx guys...
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post #10 of 11
yeah it definitely seems like you damaged it by not locking your agp/pci but since it works in the other system perfectly its probably not the problem, might just be a weird compatibility or registry problem though...ESPECIALLY with the registry, viruses, or little things can go a long way..i actually had something on my old computer that caused my cd-rw not to work and when i restarted windows the thing worked like it was brand new
    
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