Find More Posts by stormy Once you are done that, uninstall the old drivers for the device and then select the device and specify update drivers and direct the search to the folder you made don’t let Windows do it. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. I have an Asus Motherboard ID: Asus p4sd-x Jul 16, Similar help and support threads.
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Find Sounr Posts by jtmawson. What i did was google the audio chipset and look for some modded x32 or x64 drivers. I only discovered what my real sound card actually was after i read a thread on this site can’t remember what thread that had a link to the ASUS website and a list of all the available motherboards and i searched for my own and found that. Now i’m off to play some Champions Online till my eyes bleed. Find More Posts by stormy Install the correct drivers and things will probably work as they should.
I’d recommend a reboot whether it asks or not to ensure it comes back up next osund.
ASUS P4S800D-X – motherboard – ATX – Socket 478 – SiS655FX Series
But the problem has p4s0800-x itself, somehow, but i will keep this thread in mind for future reference just in case i ever go to record something with a microphone and end up having problems. Your name or email address: Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
But I noticed that the upgrade had altered my options.
It will likely be labeled “Multimedia Audio controller”, something similar or have a yellow! Find More Posts by zuser. Already have an account? Join the community here.
I updated my drivers from here: I listed my system specs in my profile as best as i could find, and i have a link to my motherboard specs right here: ;4s8000-x help and support threads. Originally Posted by rightspin i had the same problem with my Asus onboard sound.
I installed the RealTech drivers because when i run dxdiag and Belarc and when i look at any information on my computer regarding sound it all says, and only says, RealTech AC’97 Audio.
SoundMax AD driver If you have an old sound card, try do put that one in and see if you find any working drivers for it. Windows 7 and XP. My Realtek AC’97 problem solved. Windows 7 Home Premium bit. I am unfortunately having the same problem most of everyone else is i cant install i drivers and i need some help so please do so. Find More Posts by TheRoadrunner.
Ask a question and give support. Originally Posted by rightspin. Eventually, you should be able to Finish the hardware wizard and your device, with any luck, will now have the drivers installed.
Asus Motherboard P4SD-X Audio Driver For SoundMAX – TechSpot Forums
Ok when i have extracted assus and everything in the folder on the desktop i go inside another folder for windows xp and then i click install it doesnt do anything.
I read in multiple forums that there was no solution for Win7, but your link to Analog Devices site did the trick.
Maybe this link will help you. It was currently not working on the default option of Speakers, so I changed the default to “Realtek Digital Output” and the sound worked normally. Windows spund Ultimate build GreatEvilBetty Windows 7 Ultimate build 3 posts behind door 3.