RE: Audio doesn't work
I had the same problem when I loaded Vista. Tried everything and finally
took it to a computer repair place. They said it was probably my motherboard
and I needed to update the drivers for it. Only problem my motherboard
website and other websites have no update drivers for Vista. Shop wanted to
charge me A$400.00 to replace the motherboard with a newer Vista compatable
one. My solution only cost me A$7.00. I purchased a USB Vista compatable
sound card off EBay. Guess what. Inserted the sound card, attatched my
speakers and microphone to it. No problems. Sound coming through loaud and
> There are troubleshooting steps that can be taken, some of which are
> obvious, such as checking connections and settings, while others are not so
> obvious. I'm assuming that you've done all the basic and more obvious steps
> to identify the problem. That leaves the more obscure steps that can be
> difficult to identify. If someone here doesn't hit on a winner for you, try
> using google to search for a solution. The key to getting good results using
> google is to use a good search term. Try using:
> troubleshooting sound vista realtek
> You get the idea. You can try different terms. You may find something, but
> it takes Patience, as easy solutions are not always apparent.
> "raksha89" wrote:
> > yep, that didn't do anything.
> > "freddy" wrote:
> > > raksha89,
> > >
> > > Have you reviewed the options and settings available in the sound section of
> > > Control Panel?
> > > --
> > > freddy
> > >
> > >
> > > "raksha89" wrote:
> > >
> > > > I just got a new logitech computer, I got it up and running with no problems,
> > > > but I have no sound. The device manager recognizes that I have a sound card,
> > > > the volume manager recognises that I have music playing and I have installed
> > > > and reinstalled nvidia as well as the realtek software from the webstie.
> > > > HELP!!!