I have this mainboard : Asus P5GDC Pro with integrated sound card. Automatic installation of High Definition Audio Device fails and it fails each time I try to unninstall the driver and let windows install it again. I tryed some UAA drivers from Vista, but after installing it behaves like I have not installed anything.
On Win XP I was running C-Media High Definition Audio driver and it worked without any problems. Now it shows "This device cannot start. (Code 10)"
Also in system tools my High Definition Audio controller shows (This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12) If you want to use this device, you will need to disable one of the other devices on this system. You need to restart your computer before the changes you made to this device will take effect) , but its displayed twice there and the other one works fine.
I am using Windows 7 Ultimate, 32 bit on ASUS K42F dual core notebook. I used it well before reinstalling. I have reinstalled windows7 ultimate and updated it. Everything is ok but bluetooth does not work. When i press fn+f2 (in ASUS notebook) to switch WAN and Blutooth, but only WAN is showing, not bluetooth pop-up. Tried to install bluetooth driver, but cannot install.
I recently installed Windows 7 Ultimate (clean install) on my M51va notebook, and it's screamin' along nicely. Only two issues are this:
One – I keep getting the hardware disconnect sound at irregular intervals even when just writing an email or whatever. It must be a bug somewhere, but I have no idea how to troubleshoot it. Anyone heard of this as an issue?
Two – I have one issue in my Device Manager, but can't seem to figure out what's not working. The dvd drive does hang occasionally, so I'm suspecting its that despite there showing a driver there, but there're two items called Base System Devices that are marked as being a problem (see screengrab here ).
I figure this is because I don't have all the Asus stuff installed on here anymore, but does anyone know what it might be or how to find an update?
Could it be possible the two issues are connected?
I have just installed Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit on my Dell Precision 670 desktop. At first the sound worked OK untill I downloaded and installed R145551.exe. audio driver.Now there is no sound. The older driver which worked in Windows XP does not work now. Is there a sound card that will be compatible my system as it is now?
Well this is my 1st and very old computer about 6 years old already. Actually i never try it yet because this motherboard is running on XP for 6 years. I wanna try it but to make it sure i need a good advice of experts here.
Asus site their is no Windows 7 drivers. ASUSTeK Computer Inc. - Motherboards- ASUS P5VDC-X
if will the audio will really be installed on Windows 7 SP1?
what gives peeps i ve just update from xp pro to win7rc. alls mostly went well apart from i cant get 5.1 surround on. i ve tried updating the soundmax drivers but it tells me that i ve got the most up to date drivers (i ve used the vista drivers). when i use sound max software to test the speakers it works fine and also i get 5.1 playing counterstrike. i have an asus p5b if that helps ..
Some hardware will work with Microsoft drivers, but my AMD X2 5000+ processor doesn't register on CPU-Z at anything approaching 3.0 gb. even after altering settings in setup which when i ran xp 64 immediately resulted in processor speed change. what's up?
Updated to Win 7 2years ago (by a neighbor). Last week I tried to run the installationASUS CD and it came back with some kernel problem. I just wanted to reinstall some of the utilities, etc. that we're on the CD.
I have the above mobo, just installed windows 7 64bit. Everything else is fine but I cannot get the sound to work even though when I test or play music I see the bar rise and fall. I have exhausted everything I know to do. I did see the CM6501 thread here but after trying the drivers, it still does not work and when I click the CM6501 icon, it freezes the PC and I have to reboot.
I have a PC. It is Asus P5LD2 SE. [motherboard? I don't know much about computers]
I am running Windows 7 Professional. There is no sound on it. To my knowledge sound comes from modem/motherboard; I have speakers but no sound-card. Sound worked on Windows XP until I went to Win 7 about a week ago. I have done updates etc. I have even gone to the Asus site and have looked for drivers for my motherboard number that are compatible with Win 7. My number is not in the extensive list.
Interestingly, I dual booted with Ubuntu today and in the Ubuntu box the sound is fine.
In another thread someone asked for the device numbers. They are:
I would like to know about VMWare Player. First of all, I would like to know about the bios setup in VMWare. Now what I want to know is if the bios acts the same as the actual bios setup in my computer. And also, there is a Wake on Lan option in the VMWare player bios setup. Now does this really work and wake up other computers when they are off or in standby? That is what I really want to know from you. And I also would like to know on what kind of computer manufacturers work with my VMWare player.Does HP, Dell, Acer, Asus and all the rest of the companies work together. Like lets say that I downloaded Windows 7 and put in my VMWare player, and then I went to my system properties, what would the computer manufacturers be? Like what would it say? Well for my computer I have an Acer Aspire 5733z model notebook. Now lets say that I downloaded a driver, like a lan card adapter for a Dell Optiplex computer. Would I be able to download that driver on my VMWare Player? Because I know that VM Player is virtual, and it is not my actual computer, which is my Acer Aspire 5733z. It is just powered by VM Ware.
Now for example, my Dad at work has a Dell Inspiron mini netbook, which is a 1012 model. And he has a Dell wireless lan card in his computer at work. And I also installed Team Viewer on his netbook computer. Now like every time he goes home and leaves work, he shuts down his computer, and his Team Viewer ID number goes away. And I do not like that at all when he shuts down his computer. Because once, it is shut down, I cannot make his ID number come back online, because his computer is off at work.Now what I was wondering was does the Dell wireless lan card have Wake on Lan settings on it in the properties of the network adapter? Because I tried everything to wake up and turn on his computer, but nothing just would work for me. By the way, he is not on a Lan, he is using a wireless connection, from a Dell wireless lan card, itself in his Dell Inspiron 1012 mini netbook computer.Now I would really like to know on how to wake his computer up, if it is possible. So just let me know on how to do this for me, step-by-step. All righty? And I would think that VMWare player works just like an actual computer with the bios setup, and everything. And if I download a certain driver, that should work too, I am assuming. So just let me know if this process will work. So that is that part.Now the next part I would like to know from you, is I want to get some Mac addresses from certain people. Like because I have a lot of friends, and they need some help on various things on how to troubleshoot issues on their computers. And for this I would need to use Remote Desktop. But lets say that their computer was off, and not turned on, and I needed to turn it on. Could I turn on their computer remotely with their mac address if I knew it? But I am assuming that I can turn on any computer if I had their mac address.And I do not have a Wake on Lan option in my actual real bios setup. So for that, I would have to enable the Wake on Lan in my VMWare player bios setup. The VMWare bios setup is by American Megatrends. So that should work. But mainly what I am saying here is that, I would like to know on how to get someone's mac address, by using an IP scanner, or a mac address scanner.
I've installed ASUS Wi-Fi USB adapter (model USB-N13) for LAN. There is Windows 7 Home Premium x64. Through control panel I see that adapter works normally and the drivers are the latest. However my PC doesn't see the adapter - the ASUS utility notices me "ASUS Wireless LAN card is taken apart from your desktop PC".I have the same Wi-Fi adapter at another my PC with Windows 7 Home Basic, and everything works nice. Of course I changed these adapters between my computers. Conclusion is both adapters are working good. The same models, the same drivers. Actually I don't understand where is the mistake?
I've installed the RC on my computer, everything works great except I get no sound output at all. It shows that it's connected and playing sound, I can see the green volume bars jumping around but no output. It even shows the front green jack as connected and disconnected when I take the headphones out.
I've tried the original bundled drivers with the RC, the old Vista 32bit sound driver from my mobo website, and the Realtek 2.29 driver. All have no luck at all.
I'm using the 7100 32-bit build.
System Specs are:
Asus P5WD2 Premium Mobo
Drivers as above.
Waiting for the new 2.30 to become available but apart from that does anyone else know of anything with this board?
On reading through everyone else sound problems, Asus motherboards prop up a hell of a lot! I'm not majority worried too much about the sound at the moment and I know it's an RC so can't have everything!
I can not install the driver for my sound card. I downloaded the official drivers Realtek 6302 Win 6303 and Vista 7 Vista and when I run the installation utility says it can not verify the publisher of this driver, I click on "install this driver anyway "But we run in circles for hours.
I have the above card, and i cant get 5.1 sound through S/PDIF. I have the lateset drivers(its beta though) and my speakers are the Logitech Z-5500. When i was using XP all was working perfect, but now i am getting 2.1 sound through S/PDIF and no sound through the single connection.
I have a problem with my sound drivers. I have win 7 pro 64bit and the sound drivers are a huge problems. When windows start sound doesn't work.The only solution I have found to that problem is installing the drivers and not rebooting since this makes sound work until I shut down the pc. After that when I boot sound disappears again. The drivers are the latest from asus website.
The only thing I can tell you is to uninstall the drivers. Then run one of those registry cleaners like CCleaner so it will delete the residue from the REGISTRY. Next look in the hardware list for the sound device...if still listed after uninstalling and then delete it from the list. Reboot and Windows will detect it as new hardware...from there it will of course try to install drivers on its own...that's when you redirect it to the official drivers for your hardware.
That's all I can tell you would normally work for me. If you have the original system drivers...I'd go with those then do an update.
ps: once you get it fixed...i strongly recommend you use one of those driver back up software programs...I do that myself because they will allow you to reinstall previous drivers rather than do an entire system restore.