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Computer Links Level 3 Expert Answers. Answer questions, earn points and help others Answer questions. Posted 26 April – When you first turn soudn the machine, is there a large logo covering the screen?
Sorry for asking a noobish question.
So I decide to turn on some music. Correct me if I’m wrong, I’m not all that learned when it comes to hardware and such, but seeing motherboar how I have an onboard soundcard at least, I believe I do – is there a way to make sure?
Audio Issues Soundmax/intel Dgbf Motherboard – Audio and Video
This can cause the sound drivers not to install. Continuing on, I suppose that I do have an onboard sound chip.
Please install proper drivers or select another device in configuration. It is normally under the advanced settings. I’m on a Windows XP Home.
Please log in to reply. Everything worked fine, monitor started up perfectly. As far as the onboard sound chip, if you did not remove on of the slot covers to add a sound card, you have onboard. So I go Googling in hopes of finding some sort of solution to my dilemma. Answered on Jan 12, I took them out of the packaging, plugged the little green cable into its appropriate port the green circular portand also took the power cord and plugged that into the outlet.
I have been using Altec Lansing speakers without fail or problems for quite some time and just today decided to move on to some shiny new Logitech speakers. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in.
Well, the odd thing is, I have no such message that appears during startup. Answered on Aug 05, Answered on Nov 11, I then try to run the audio driver install again. I managed to access the BIOS, thanks for the help so far! Posted on Aug 07, Be the first to answer. I decide to Google that and download the appropriate audio drivers on the official Intel site.
Apparently installing the appropriate chipset drivers should help. Answered on Jun 09,