Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Input Tab: No problems found. Find "swenum.sys" file on your XP installation CD (mine was in DRIVER.CAB) and copy it to the proper location (I am not sure if it is necessary but worked for me) It looks like there's a conflict or some sort of problem with "PMEM," listed under Non-Plug and Play devices. http://advianetwork.com/audio-driver/audio-driver-4-42.html
It shows the sound card using IRQ 10, which is shared by a number of things, and it says that there are no conflicts. The P17.sys driver reported under Sound Capture Devices is the conformation although it should report as a Sound Blaster Audigy LS. No sound device present. System Model: To Be Filled By O.E.M. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/37581-45-sound-driver-enabled-started
You may get non signed driver warnings, click continue. 7. I have spent the last week Googling, re-installing the card, drivers, checking forums, manufacturers site, etc with no luck although there does seem to be a fix for a plug and I think if you have swemum in your system32 already then you don't have to move one there.
One common solution appears to be a reinstallation of the Plug and Play Software Enumerator. Ask ! All Rights Reserved. I have checked that audio services are running at startup and all is well as far as I can tell.
First you must create a .inf file for it: copy machine.inf from %windir%\inf to a temp dir remove line 20: ExcludeFromSelect=* add new hardware have disk (select the temp dir with I tried that. I am writing these instruction so much in details as I only found very basic instruction on the web and only after trying around different ways got the result! Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.
Find Windows Audio in one of the subcategories. learn this here now You have an Intel board and I suggest a return to the onboard sound. Same problem, no sound from windows. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.
Open the Device Manager and select Show hidden devices from the View menu. 4. see here A lot of people have been> having this problem, as I have been searching over the> internet.> > I know this is an XP problem because I did it with 3> I have been searching since 6/1 and now it is 6/10. My guess is its a registry or driver problem that> got corrupted in the upgrade.
Select Scan for hardware changes from the Action menu. I followed your instructions step by step except for "swenum.sys" file . The others like Voice playback, Sound playback, Sound recording and everything on the Volume tab was grayed out. 1. http://advianetwork.com/audio-driver/audio-driver-3-93.html Drivers problem Jul 19, 2002 Can't install new drivers for SB live!
You may need to restart the computer. All Rights Reserved. There might not be a sound device installed on your computer, it might be in use by another program, or it might not be functioning properly." I've reinstalled the driver for
Horse Haven - New Player Guides & Help Horse Haven - Bugs & Support Horse Haven - Photos Corner! None are showing. - Deleted and reinstalled audio drivers so many times my hard drive is wearing out - Reinstalled an older sound card and drivers, the one that I originally I went into the Device Manager and low andbehold my sound card was no longer saying "Driver is enabled but has notbeen started" but rather "driver is enabled and functioning properly". January 8, 2010 Headphone jack issues: "Garble garble foofoofooo."...
It detects the card but fails the Windows multimedia and Directsound tests. Then uninstall the following devices: - Microsoft Kernel Audio Splitter - Microsoft Kernel System Audio Device - Microsoft Kernel Wave Audio Mixer - Microsoft WINMM WDM Audio Compatibility Driver 6. Anyway, just joined so I could say thanks Anyone thinking of trying this, all I can says was that it worked, and was easy to understand and follow (requiring only a Get More Info I have uninstalled those drivers and tried installing just the Soundblaster sound card drivers but that didn't work either.
Now if I go into Control Panel, Sound and Audio Devices it says "No Audio Device", everything in the tabs is greyed out. Please Help! Opinie i Sugestie Rozszerzenia Grzechy Zdrady Zguba Gryfa Serce Koszmarów Nowy Zestaw Podstawowy 2 [ Base Set Two ] Pięć Wież Zapomniane wojny Powstanie Pustki Herold Pustki Klinika talii Format Standard I have a lenovo thinkpad t60p and all of a sudden the sound was gone and now it's back!
Reply Reply With Quote 02-17-2010,06:28 PM #5 steve_v View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Apr 2002 Posts 7,915 The dxdiag is reporting the hardware acceleration Everything was OK in the Device Manager, but in the Sounds and Audio Devices Control Panel there was only the Voice recording option on the Voice tab, and the MIDI music Hoe it works for you to!Click to expand... If one is expected, you should install a sound driver provided by the hardware manufacturer.
The Device Manager is showing no conflicts. This is a problem we've been seeing a lot in my office over the last several weeks, usually manifesting as a complaint about the sound not working, and that patch usually Wanted to report my problem and send out a thanks! If this doesn't work, hit IBM's or (Lenovo's) website for the most recent driver for this device in your model ThinkPad.
Feb 10, 2005 BSOD - A device driver has been caught.. As I stated in my original post this problem started when I installed a GT 240 vid card. Restarting the Windows Audio service fixed it. Dec 5, 2005 #10 wil TS Rookie Thank yo Jurekos After numerous hours and hours of erasures/reload/reboots i found this possible solution I did not understand it and still don't BUT