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Plays fine, but just no sound? Tom on Fri, 18th Dec 2009 9:10 pm You are right, Same with a CD. you may have to set a fsb jumper on the motherboard, or may have to enter the bios and load setup defaults to get a install to go through...kirkh's idea may In the Speaker Properties dialog box, select the audio device to use for Sound playback. The media player you are using can give an error, or you can check the Device Manager and see an error on the audio device. http://comvurgent.com/xp-media/xp-media-edition-problem.html

At least make sure it is not set to “No speakers”. Last edited by wainuitech; 25-07-2008 at 08:32 PM. slowly.. I did but they don't know how to fix it, all waht I want is how save the username and password, even the box when appear is not shown the save

The last time I did it, I found a website that shows you how to slipstream the SP2 into the install. Other applications that use sound will normally have a similar option to change the sound device selection and volume. I have read another person that has the same problem but his second error was not mine.. If you do that one-by-one, while listing to the headphones, you will be able to pinpoint the program.

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Thanks, Charlie Anthony on Fri, 21st Aug 2009 4:32 am @Charie - What program are you using for audio playback? Did you maybe connect a USB TV Tuner? I can hear others sounds the way I am supposed to, but I this music beat is always mixed in with it. There was a file that could not be found. (can't remember the exact name, will have to check my notes).

The statement about the C-Media driver is not quite clear to me, how do you need to open it manually? Its safe mode. If you have sound problems in games, you can check the sound card resources. There are more of course, a quick internet search can help you find others.

Probably the english version gives slightly different messages, but that's because I translated it from Dutch to English. By default it will have Default DirectSound Device selected, but you can change it to the DirectSound device that is listed for your audio device. If necessary, right-click Windows Audio, in the popup menu select Properties and then set the startup type to Automatic. cant even watch and hear clear on youtube.

Also check your network connection settings. this content Categories Announcements (4) DAILY Dose of PC News (171) Data Recovery (3) Device Drivers (22) How To (392) Adobe Photoshop (50) Excel (50) Firefox (2) IE6 (51) IE7 (27) IE8 (7) When I plugged in the headphones, I get a continuous music beat sound loop, it repeats after about 8 seconds, over and over….it never stops. Password Register FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search Installing problems with Windows XP Media Center Edition Thread Tools Search this Thread Rate Thread Display Modes #1 11-19-2004,

however the olld hdd went down and installed a 80 gig hdd, and on install i get the same error as above, but when i bypass it i get stupid errors If that is the case, it could indeed be that the audio device is really broken, it is electronics, so it can break. In the Options dialog box, select the Devices tab. weblink plz notify me as soon as u can ………….thank u :D Anthony on Tue, 27th Apr 2010 10:12 am @ahmed - One more thing is to check that the Windows

PCR View Public Profile Send a private message to PCR Find all posts by PCR #4 11-19-2004, 03:01 PM snowmonkey Offline Registered User Join Date: Jun 2003 Posts: User Name Remember Me? Instruction will vary per motherboard, so you need to follow the instructions in your PC or motherboard manual for this.

I then tidyed up the system, uninstalled AVG & Nortons, ran Ccleaner etc.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. so that other people can get some benefits from my bitter experience.. Anthony Sarah on Tue, 16th Jun 2009 7:19 pm Thank you SO much for your response! We've tested the file a few times with the Audio Service enabled and it works exactly as it should; testing it a few times with the Audio Service disabled, we get

And just to make sure, you have fully inserted the audio plug into the jack? Sign in to make your opinion count. In the Sound playback group, you want to set the Default device to your sound card device. http://comvurgent.com/xp-media/xp-media-center-re-install-problem.html Have a look at the Device Manager and see if you can uninstall the device there. Mike on Thu, 7th Apr 2011 5:09 am I am using my daughter's computer.

For testing purposes, use an audio file that was installed with Windows XP. One of the possible problems with no sound is that the right audio codec or video codec is not installed. It will analyze your system and tell you about your hardware and software. any solutions plsss Anthony on Thu, 5th Nov 2009 3:19 pm @Madee - Check your volume levels for the audio recording and audio input device.

make sure you have the right cd in the drive. It ssssssoundssss lllllike ttttthis; but only for a few seconds, once file source loads, I can replay it with less studdering, but it still studders a bit. After slipstreaming, the install went through, like I said earlier, and it works just fine. It will load, and ask which installation you would like to load, normally its 1, so press 1 then enter At the Administrator password request,press Enter.

Also, IE was not installed and my network was impossible to get working. Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... Jose De Jesus Granados 21,595 views 3:36 [Solved] Windows Media Player WMP Server Execution Failed - Duration: 2:59. Another thing that could be valid is that the audio codecs somehow were removed.

When you are facing audio problems, a structured way of finding the cause can be helpful. Ran chkdsk repair which made some changes but didn't help. Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... Thanks, Sarah Anthony on Tue, 16th Jun 2009 7:38 pm @Sarah - One option is to include a small program that turns on the Audio Service, which you can do

Desperate GillianSeed Windows XP 10 02-23-2012 03:17 AM What are my options laughlinwes Windows XP 11 04-03-2005 01:56 AM XP Media Edition Problems after installing SP2! Do you have any thoughts? Whatever you can provide would be great. In that case, the most obvious problem is that you need to install the sound drivers.