Please help. I'm new to this forum - and am in need of advise, thank you.
Recently a sound card was removed from my PC, which left me w/no audio. My device manager claims that everything is working fine.
I have a DG33TL board
Windows 7 ultimate w/SP1, (version 6.1.7601) 64-bit
2 quad CPU 2 core firstname.lastname@example.org (4 cores)
8 gb DDR2 synchronous.
My tool tray has a red X next to the speaker.
Right clicking the X and troubleshooting the issue I get: Problem Found - Hardware Issues Might Not Have Been Detected
Clicking the "Playback Devices" I get: No Audio Devices Are Installed.
In my "services.msc" the following are all turned on and automatic:
Windows Audio Service
Multimedia Class Scheduler
Plug & Play
Audio Endpoint Builder
I have also attempted to download Intel's IDT*92XX driver:
While the wizard is configuring the IDT hardware, this box drops:
The Hardware Detected Is Not Supported By This Software Package. The Install Will Be Aborted.
Where is my "Sound, Video, and Game Controllers" icon?
Am I overlooking something or am I going to have to reinstall another sound card?
Message was edited by: Bristol
"Recently a sound card was removed from my PC" ...
Do you mean, the card was physically removed out of the board and chassis?