I have never had this issue with this computer before until 2 days ago. Thank you for the reply. Not sure if that has anything to do with this either. That time a reboot fixed the issue for months. The problem is that my laptop has only 1 jack with headphones and microphone icon, so it should be a combo jack. This issue could occur if there is issue with sound driver. It was always plugged in to the top connections and worked flawlessly until the board failure but I have no problem keeping it in the sound card if it would work correctly.
When I first put together this rig, I had no issues setting it up. Your computer's motherboard controls all sound functions, so it's the first thing you should check to determine why your computer is not producing sound. Windows does not even detect anything is plugged in. What version of multibeast are you running? I'm not even entirely sure which audio driver I was supposed to install from Multibeast. This can sometimes create a situation where you have no sound output from the system. I don't use optical though.
I've tried using headphone and speakers, both functional and working properly. Download and install the latest driver. That's not so very cool. I fussed with many settings but nothing seemed to work. I found it no problem but was not confident in their guidance by that point. Ubuntu has it's own audio driver for sound. I've reset to a slightly earlier build of Windows, but it hasn't worked.
I also tried updating the driver with the latest from the Creative site. I tried Ubuntu, installing Realtek drivers won't work? We reserve the right to remove posts that don't meet the minimum criteria. Looking for a fix on some other sites, I read that the Creators Update has been. End of the road for me? Note: the front earphone and mic physically plug into the computer's motherboard via wires as you know Thanks for your fast reply, i tried chaging the green connector to mic in, and the red one to lineout, or even the blue one. Aug 8, 2015 After I upgraded to Win 10, Audacity came up with the error message, 'Internal PortAudio error' Or something like that, and the microphone won't work. Got on chat with Dell tech support and after a couple hours with them in control of my computer, they got system sounds to play on all speakers at that point but would not play other sounds videos, etc. I rebooted, and the issue was gone.
Try checking your system within Windows and the hardware and device manager to see if the operating system says that the sound card is working properly. The Audio on-board seems to be the only trouble. Oct 24, 2015 My audio seems to not be working. Hope so I did just purchase the motherboard, so I was thinking that it could be faulty. Could there be a problem with the motherboard? So you could try to update the sound card driver. I've also tested my headset with other devices and it works fine.
It is able to detect the outdated and problematic drivers, then download the latest drivers or repair the problems with one click. Even if you can just help me to get onboard sound working I would be grateful. Sometimes the controller needs to be reset. I checked on my playback devices, and my motherboard audio Realtek was not there. It was like the computer could not detect the plugs plugged in. Brought to you by the letter G. I'm not sure I follow.
At that time my speakers were still plugged in to the upper back inputs so they were working in that instance. It did not show up in the audio devices list though. Select Sound, video and game controllers from Common hardware types Click Next Choose Standard System Devices from Manufacturer or similar wording. If after all is said and done, it still fails, check the device mgr. The same drivers get re-installed and the issue is not fixed. This seems like it is something that should be easy to fix, especially by uninstalling and re-installing the drivers. Didnt get any errors or anything but just had no sound.
Totally up to you on whether to buy a new sound card or a different motherboard. But if your front connector is damaged, this may also be causing the back to stop. First thing to do is disable the Integrated Audio under On board devices listing. I have the latest drivers installed and I even tried Asus drivers but neither of them help. This patch to the registry fix can add back the sound drives mapping.
That's really weird, you have tried most things I would think of. Headphones don't work with it at all. To fix mine, I had to install an older version of Multibeast, 6. Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Method 1: I suggest you to refer to the below Microsoft Help Article and check if it helps. I was running my system on Windows Vista for a while and recently got Windows 7.