i just got a NEW Asus motherboard put it in with a wireless card and video card and every thing was going great untill i listened to what the speakers were doing and turns out there just poping and crackling and all static i tryed the speakers on my ipod and they work fine and worked before my old motherboard broke and i was on windows 7 before to its just all fuzzy and static and if i turn up everything and play a song u can just barely hear it. how do i fix it?
i'm using the onboard sound card for my Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R Rev 2.0 mobo.The sound chipset is Realtek ALC889. I've updated the latest drivers, but there is crackling/static noise when I play music.Currently I mainly use a 2.1 speaker system. But Ive tried testing it with headphones the static/crackling noises persists.It is not constant, but it shows up periodically. Furthermore, when there is no music/sound playing the noise is not there. This leads me to believe its a hardware/driver issue and not so much a speaker/interference issue.
Is anyone having a problem with their ALC658 chipset? I bought a motherboard that came out of a Compaq with that chipset and am having no luck using the Realtek drivers. No audio whatsoever. Also, I'm trying to manually install the .inf files and Windows 7 doesn't recognize any devices to install from the .infs in the drivers which say they support
Is anyone having a problem with their ALC658 chipset? I bought a motherboard that came out of a Compaq with that chipset and am having no luck using the Realtek drivers. No audio whatsoever. Also, I'm trying to manually install the .inf files and Windows 7 doesn't recognize any devices to install from the .infs in the drivers which say they support ALC658.
a couple of weeks ago i bought and downloaded a copy of the "aos system optimizer" and after using it to 'optimize' my system it instead screwed it up big time... now my sound crackles and stutters when i play all media, online or offline, dvds, Internet, games, etc.technical support from them didn't solve my problem, needless to say i've asked for( and gotten) a refund from them, but i'm still stuck with this annoying problem..i've tried the usual methods, such as rolling back drivers, uninstalling all the audio drivers (nvidia and realtek) restarting and letting windows 7 reinstall them, all to no avail. [code]
I received my copy of Windows 7 Home Premium. I skipped the Vista bandwagon, so I was moving directly from Windows XP Service Pack 3 (32-bit) to Windows 7 Home Premium. I opted to install the 64-bit version of Windows 7, as I had no issues when running the 64-bit beta.
As it turns out, I seem to have encountered an issue with my network adapter on Windows 7. Using any speed test site, such as speedtest.net, I get an extremely high ping (500ms +). I have tested another machine behind my router running Windows XP and there is no problem. Also, on the speed.io website, which tests connections per minute, I can only get around 200 on Windows 7, whereas I could get 2000+ on Windows XP with the same hardware.
Strangely, in games like Counter-Strike: Source, my ping is normal and in the 25-60 range on most nearby servers. Also, when running the ping command from the command prompt, most servers return a result lower than 100ms ... which is also normal. So, I don't understand why on speedtest.net, pingtest.net, and dslreport's flash speed test.. I get a ridiculous ping time of 500+ms. Web browsing does seem to be slow as well, as images take longer to load then they should.
I'm not sure whether this is a driver issue, or what. I have tried disabling both my firewall and AV software, so they are not at fault. I've tried 3 different version of the drivers for my NIC. One from the Gigabyte website, and two from Realtek's website (they released an updated version yesterday). My motherboard is a Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3R (rev 1.1). I have all of my system specs listed on my profile if anyone needs to know more.
then i open WMP 11 and start playing some music. After listening to that i heard some weird sound lag, I believe its called crackling. I searched on internet found some solutions, but none worked and none was for mine sound card.This wasn't happening on Win XP. Oh and if i have older version of driver it works way batter (only hear crackling when my cpu goes up to 1000MB (100%) ), but then my Microphone goes really quiet like I disabled microphone boost.Hope you understand my problem. Here Two Pictures from two programs (DPC Latency Checker V1.3.0 and LatencyMon), while playing music.[CODE]
a couple of weeks ago i bought and downloaded a copy of the "systweak advanced system optimizer" and after using it to 'optimize' my system it instead screwed it up big time... now my sound crackles and stutters when i play all media, online or offline, dvds, Internet, games, etc...i've tried the usual methods, such as rolling back drivers, uninstalling all the audio drivers (nvidia and realtek) restarting and letting windows 7 reinstall them, all to no avail my motherboard uses integrated realtek audio sound, i have been using win 7 with no sound issues since early 2010, and now this happens?
I fly MS FSX and I want to be able to chat to ATC with my headphones and then hear the engine noises coming out of my speakers and sub-woofer.
I have a sound-card and my motherboard has on-board sound. I can't find the bios setting to turn it on and I can't see any hint of it anywhere on the computer. Can someone help me get the on board sound going? My computer is homebuilt, I recently installed Windows 7 pro 64bit.
I have a Asus m2n-e with windows 7 64bit graphics card is a radion 320, I have tryed to install a creative audigy2 when i go to install the driver's for it, I get a message sound card is not installed .
I will try and make my first post as informative and direct as possible. I am having an issue with installing a NVIDIA Geforce 8400 GS video card into an older HP Pavillion 6040n
Windows 7 Professional x64 Asus P5LP-LE motherboard w/onboard sound Intel Core 2 Duo 6320 Processor, 1.86 Ghz Seagate 7200 320GB Hard Drive 4 GB RAM (PNY but I don't remeber the speed of it) Geforce 8400GS 512 MB graphics card with DVI and VGA outputs (no S-Video, NO HDMI outputs) 300W generic PSU
when I physically installed the graphics card into the PCIE slot and rebooted the computer the sound stopped working. the computer does not see any audio output devices that are installed. when I mouse over the small speaker in the bottom right corner there is a red x over the speaker, like it's muted, and it says "no audio output device is installed" When I remove the card and go back to using the integrated graphics card in the motherboard, the sound works fine. I am using the 3.5mm jack off the back of the motherboard to get to my desktop speakers.I have tried installing the latest drivers from NVIDIA, doing a clean install of the drivers (IE removing the old versions first)I did not let in install the NVIDIA HD audio driver that comes in the 260.99 driver I tried reinstalling both the Realtek R255 sound card driver and the older R235 Driver.Nothing I have tried has worked. Something interesting I have noticed is windows installs 4 generic High Definition Audio Devices. When I see them in Device Manager I delete the drivers and restart the computer, but every time I restart, there is still no sound, and windows once again installs 4 HD audio devices. Why would a graphics card render an onboard sound card inoperable? Would a clean install of windows 7 fix my problem? Did I go to cheap in selecting the 8400 GS? Could this be in IRQ conflict?
I installed Windows 7 (x86 so x32 for instalations) recently and from beggining I had problems with sound. After installing windows all other drivers were ok(video,motherboard,ethernet) but there were no sound. Windows showed that there is sound drivers instaled S/pdif(or something like that) and as I turned music on bars moved, but there was no sound from speakers. I havent muted anything by myself and wtf I just installed win it shouldnt be mutted anyway.
So I installed realtek newest audio High definition drivers which is my integrated sound card compatable with, restarted PC and vualia it worked. New icon appeared, I heard sound from music/movies. But then I shutted down my pc, turned it in couple of hours and they werent there anymore> Windows showed that there are no outputs or smth, red cross were on sound sign, then installed default drivers who were at the begging then I installed it. And bam I can't hear sound again. I read that problem might be when windows sended updates it sends realtek lan instead of sound or smth like that. And I found it in update history that win send realtek lan, but I dont know if disabling it could solve the problem.
I have not reopened my other thread that has been solved for the most part in having Realtek drivers now installed over the windows 7-ones that came with the 32 bit Ultimate. The sounds have improved greatly, but there is still less quality then what it was with XP. I would like to learn further and find appropriate drivers or software to enhance and bring out the rich bass and loud instruments. WMP 12 doesn't have sound, but videos are nice and better pictures. You tube videos play alright as does other sites that has players or use You Tube or Viehmo, etc...There appears to be a lot of issues with WMP according to my own research.If any ideas as to how I can get going w/finding how I can get regular sound as good as before with XP,
I am trying to install Realtek HD Sound drivers; I have been unable to find any drivers that are written for Windows 7. So I have been downloading the Vista ones without success. I have tried loading them in compatibility mode and under windows vista and xp but each time it just says error during installation or OS not supported.
Does anybody know where I can find Realtek sound drivers for windows 7?
i recently finished my new desktop and my MSI motherboard 970A-G46 came with Realtek ALC892 onboard audio and for some reason i my mic will not pick up anything. i am using the tritton AX pro headset. i also have an ol set of trittons that will not work either. the front mic plug has massive static and will pick up slightly. the rear will not pick up anything at all. i have tried everything i can think of
I have just installed a new HDD. I know have no sound. I know that the mobo sound device is Realtek but their site is a nightmare. I remember having to download a sound driver fro Vista but that it has a win 7 fix in it. I think it was the ac97 driver but I cant remember where I got it from. Everytime I think I have found it, it turns out to be a driver scan application that i have to pay for!!
Does anybody know where i can get the driver I need from?
Iv had this for a few months I am REALLY but really sick of it, i have no idea how to fix it.Im using onboard sound realtek HD, latest driver installed. My problem is that sometimes my sound goes really high when there isnt any bass playing. When high bass, the sound goes lower. Im also using headphones. I feel like there is something that lowers my sound when there is alot of bass, or that my computer cant handle high bass. Heres my dx spec:[CODE]
I really need urgent help with my Realtek soundcard.
My sound is completely off, I cannot find Realtek soundcard in Device manager (not listed), Add New Hardware scan does nothing. I know that it is possibble to disable the soudncard in BIOS but I've searched through BIOS and couldn't find any option with "Sound" or something similar to it.
I've downloaded the drivers for Win 7 installed them but nothing happens when I restart.
Does anyone know what the option would be in BIOS to enable/disable the onboard soundcard?
I have just installed a new PC, which has Realtek HD Audio on board.The problem I encounter, is that when using the Realtek HD Audio Driver, I get a "blip" sound before and after each sound, almost as if the speaker port is being enabled and disabled.I should point out, that I still get this blip through my front speakers, even when sound is coming out of rear speakers only (such as when performing a windows sound test).I should also point out, that when using the Windows 7 sound drivers, I do not have this problem - all is fine! Except for the big fact, that my rear speakers are not enabled as Windows 7 drivers insist on driving them all through the same jack port, which is why I need to run the Realtek HD Audio Manager & Driver.
PC is installed with Windows 7 Ultimate Realtek Audio Driver Version: 220.127.116.1198 Direct X Version: 11.0 Audio Codec: ALC662 Speaker Setup: Quadrophonic