I've got an Asus M2N-MX motherboard without the optional S/PDIF connector. Under Vista Professional 64-bit I was able to plug my speakers into the line-out socket and get sound using the 64-bit driver from the Asus website. Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit assumes I've got the S/PDIF connected so I don't get sound from the Line-out socket. I've tried installing the Vista 64-bit drivers I used before but these don't seem to work, even in Compatibility Mode. What can I do to get the sound working again?
where I can get a driver for the audio on my old Asus P5L-MX Motherboard.I have a paid-for Driver Boost app that had updated all the drivers since I installed Windows 7 but even that can't find one for the Soundmax.Went to both the Asus and Soundmax sites but for the love of me can't find one.Ran the Windows Compatability Wizard that said the audio drivers would be fine when I upgraded from Vista to Seven!
my integrated audio is ad1985 (ASUS p4p800se), it can just work like common AC97 of no soundmax. Hardware does not support but my xp can do, i cant find upgrade drivers in Google, someone tell me how to do ?
Ok, so I just put together a new PC with an ASUS M3N78 Pro motherboard, and I installed Windows 7 onto it. I got pretty much everything working right except the sound. I tryed installing a vista x64 realtek HD audio driver from the ASUS site, and it didnt work. Any ideas?
OK, so I just built a new PC with an ASUS M3N78 PRO motherboard. I installed Windows 7 and almost everything works except for the sound. I have Logitech X-540 Surround Sound speakers hooked up and I installed a RealTec audio driver for Vista x64, which did nothing. Any ideas about how to get this working?
Today i installed Windows 7 Ultimate and all worked good with drivers exept sound, have old drivers on CD but this OS doesnt support that old drivers...checked this thread (have same problem) soundmax integrated driver and tryed to install that and same still problem
Motherboard is : Asus P4P800S-X series, drivers should be from soundmax
But for the life of me I cannot find the drivers forMultimedia Audio ControllerCI Simple CommunicationsControlleriver,sisvga357a,SMAXWDM,WDM_3665,6305_vista_Win7_PG537,RealtekHDaudio6015350_Vista - For the Audio with no joy apart from the realtek which fails during installand for the PCI I have downloaded Grid.hqx - haven't got a clue how to install!! (feeling dumb)I have trawled through the asus website and driverstock and many forums who all seem to say it is a problem on the asus drivers being out of date.I still have an old Hard drive with XP on it from this desktop with all working drivers can i migrate them?
I have a HTPC setup. PC includes an ASUS MB with on-board video and audio, including options for either separated analog 7.1 audio out or HDMI out (among other output options). Current setup routes Audio and Video via HDMI to Pioneer VSX-1020 A/V receiver, and routes video from there to HDTV via another HDMI cable. OS is Win7 Ultimate x64, w/SP1.
Exact model for mb is here: ASUS M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3 AM3
When I play audio files, the receiver can fake the signal into all 5 channels (I don't have a sub, so the .1 is not relevant here), so there's no issue of the receiver not accessing the available speakers.
The main issue is this: When I look into the Sound Control Panel, under Playback Devices, the active/default device is ATI HDMI Output. Also listed are Speakers (not plugged in), Realtek Digital Output and Realtek Digitial Output (Optical). I do not have any analog cables plugged in, nor do I have an S/PDIF (optical/coax) connected. The HDMI works, but only gives me the option of Stereo (2ch). When I go to the Configure screen for the ATI HDMI Output, I see a list of Audio Channels, but that list ONLY contains Stereo.
I have an Eee PC Win 7 Starter with no sound.downloaded and installed the Realtek audio driver from ASUS support stopped and started the Windows audio service- It had been running allowed windows to troubleshoot- says no audio device installed.
I having trouble with my REALTEK HD audio driver on my netbook. This happened after i upgraded my system from Windows XP to Windows 7 Home Basic. After I upgraded the system, I have successfully installed all my drivers and they are working normally except my audio driver. I can't get it to work!I've already tried uninstalling and reinstalling the driver, setting compatibility with my drivers to XP, replace with another driver,
I'm having an issue with my audio that is driving me up a wall. I'm having that (apparently common) issue of crackling/popping/static-y audio on a Realtek chip. I've tried multiple drivers, from Realtek official to Generic to Vista ones. My latency graph has little to no spiking too! (A problem most people identified in the previous megathread). I know this is a solvable issue because previously I've had it under control. It was just so long ago and I've forgotten.[code] Bios, video card, and OS are up to date. If you need any other information I can get it.
how i can reinstall my main audio drivers so they stay installed and so i don't have to uninstall and reinstall them at every startup. it still says it's in use if i try to test it before reinstalling. to reinstall it i've been going to playback devices, right click properties, click properties on the new window, change settings on the next, last window click the driver tab and uninstall. then i go to device manager and scan for changes. it's really a pita DISREGARD THIS: ok so i've been trying to port audio from firefox to reaper + asio4all and found that i can do it with VAC. i first tried another program called virtual audio streaming but that didn't work. when i got VAC i uninstalled VAS first. since i've had VAC installed i can't listen to anything over my monitor's speakers (have computer hooked to monitor with hdmi). if i have "Digital Audio (hdmi)" set as the default audio device, the audio won't even start. for example if a start a movie in vlc and then realize there's no sound i can't just switch the default device to something else (usually can do this) i have to stop the video select a different device and start the video again. flash stuff online just won't play until i change the device. if i try to go to the properties of "Digital Audio (hdmi)" > advanced > and hit test it tells me the device is being used by another program. this was making me think that maybe it was because VAC was using that device to port the audio from windows or something. didn't really make complete sense but i uninstalled VAC, restarted my pc and it still does the same thing. i tried uninstalling the drivers (windows default drivers, the downloadable drivers IDT high def audio cause problems with other programs so i don't use them and would prefer not to) and restarting so they would reinstall but that did nothing.
Soundmax driver that will work for my computer i've downloaded many but nothing has worked yet, i have an Asus K8V-X SE motherboard and the closest driver that worked was "Realtek AC'97 Audio for VIA (R) Audio Controller" well it doesn't work because no sound actually comes out of it but the speakers do make a noise when it shuts down.
I have just got this wireless card ASUS WL 138g v2. I'm having problems with it contecting to any networks it finds the networks and then I type in the secuirty code and then it keeps saying unable to connect to the network. I have tried the built in drivers in Windows 7 and also downloaded the vista drivers from Asus website but it has not worked? Does this sound like a driver problem? If so does anyone know where I can find a driver that works on Windows 7?