You don't give me the manufacturer and the model number for the computer you are using. Edit: I don't know if it changes anything, but I have five things under the Sound section and I uninstalled them all with no success. Sadly it does not work. You should then plug in the black input and go through the confirmation process, again. Go Figure If Anyone has any ideas or has come across this before please let me know. Then I came across this and everything was clear and my sound worked as it should.
Resubmit every couple days until you get a response. Audio options not showing in Step 4. Secondly have you tried the speakers recently on another computer? Hope this will help you. Also any speaker, microphone, headphones, etc. If you ever want to record audio from the Internet you will also need Stereo Mix.
Then I tested it, and ya it worked you guys. The speaker slot is green and matches the color of the speaker cable; plug your speaker cable into the Speakers slot. I would like help on a similar issue: My desktop computer won't play any kind of sound from the audio jacks. The High Definition Audio Device is the generic basic function Windows installed sound driver. Any idea how to have a proper sound? I just completed my fourth computer build and I can not get any sound from the motherboard audio in Windows 10. I was running my system on Windows Vista for a while and recently got Windows 7. I figured out the issue.
You may refer to: information holds good for Windows 10 as well Hope this information is helpful. Fortunately I had an old creative card in a drawer that had not seen use since Windows 95 or Win 98 about 7 years ago. It took a few weeks for everything to get shipped and get here but it was completely free. If hoping nothing has broke, has there been any Microsoft updates done since it was last working? Please feel free to reply in case you face any other issues with Windows in future. I have a Fatal1ty board.
Delete the present one first, then re-install. Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Even if you can just help me to get onboard sound working I would be grateful. However when I tried the one in front of the the case it works just fine. It may not be the fix you want, but it will serve as a workaround until Realtek gets their act together.
I've got exactly the same problem. Place a check in the Run this program in compatibility mode for: box. I'll do some more rigorous troubleshooting in the future when I have some more time : Thanks! There's a program that comes with it, and when you plug in a jack, it asks what you'reusing the jack for. You will need to set your output device to Internal Speakers for sound to work. I also can't get the Realtek Manager to launch, it did once or twice but then would freeze and crash. My pc works like a charm and i love it but i got some problems with my microphone. When i plug in my headphone at front the speakers get replaced, means I head everything through the headphone.
You say you re-installed the motherboard sound drivers and the realtek sound drivers? Maybe someone can help me. I want to Skype with my friend and record some videos but i need to fix my mic first. I can not seem to get the sound to play from the motherboard jacks. Also, even though my speaker sets are a couple years old, they should still be able to be plugged in this motherboard and work. I want to thank everyone again for their insight and opinions on this matter.
Uninstall your audio drivers and reinstall them. I have Win 98se and Linux Fedora Core 1. This could be my incentive to getting one but I'd still like to know if the 3. When open the sound card device on the control panel, the speaker icon disappeared. But 100% is the stereo input thats way you all guys here only on one speaker when u speak in the mic. The Front Panel type should be set to match the plug connected to the Audio header.
Once plugged in, right click the speaker icon in the bottom right corner of your screen. I'm sure you all tried this too. Uninstall the old audio driver clear. I seriously don't feel like formatting now as I know it won't help anything I've tried every suggestion and tried to get an answer out of realtek, so so far no luck. I tried to use my headphones but couldnt hear any sound, also tried speakers still no sounds.
Then contacted Acer and they told me to try formatting and if it won't work contact them. Plug in one device at a time. After restarting the computer, the system will automatically install the available drivers. Then that the onboard sound is enabled and then the more usual issues. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to go about fixing this problem? Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it. My Solution My system had the mic grayed out as if my system was incapable of accepting mic input.