When I do this it gets part way loaded up and freezes. I don’t hear a thing. I know nothing works if you haven’t installed the drivers. If you do have a sound card installed, refer to its documentation to troubleshoot the problem. Model 4, Stepping 4 DataWidth:

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If you do not have a sound card installed, you must install one before you can listen to audio in a digital media file. MSI Theater Aydio Which OS do you use? Slot 1 L2 Cache Size: I have recently built a system and put on a K7T motherboard. Almost sounds like there is something there but can not hear it clearly to verify there is sound.

Legacy Audio Drivers Manufacturer: Standard system devices Status: I tried a mike and tried sound recorder. When I put in CD you jsi hear it driving on the speakers but then that is is.

I change the settings and and reboot and then the ATI card is reset and working.


Media Control Devices Manufacturer: I still have the feeling that the solution for your problem will be somewhere in the settings Numeric data processor Manufacturer: At least that is audi I understand is needed but has not worked for me LOL.

If you do have a sound card installed, refer to its documentation to troubleshoot the problem. I am using win 98 SE. It appears everything is working right but no sound out the line out plug in.

The software found the soundcard when I booted it up and installed the software. Yes I have double checked the connectors.

MSI MS-6380 – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – KT266

Standard keyboards PNP Service: It is possible that I don’t have windows configured correctly but can’t find how to get it done.

There is sound coming out of the front plug ins on the CD and DVD but none coming out of the line out.

I have installed the drivers etc. Standard system devices PNP Service: Standard disk drives PNP Service: If Ms-680 bring up the windows sounds and play them it appears they are playing. Could barely hear it. Terminal Server Device Redirector Manufacturer: It will not reboot till I take the soundcard out.


MSI MS – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – KT Overview – CNET

Also enable “Advanced Controls”. I have never had so much problem with setting things up. Standard floppy disk controllers PNP Service: Tech support on this product is not stellar.

Did you install the drivers? Should I try an different soundcard than use the on board one?