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Sound problems

My speaker or anything won't work anymore after my computer
got formatted... It has something to do with the sound card
not being installed or something, any ideas?
I wonder what a HFD opcode would do in ASM...
There's one thing I can say:

Open up your computer and take a look at your sound card to see what it is. Then look for the drivers on the internet.

It's easy to do, as long as you have a star headed screw driver (ask permission first from your parents before taking anything apart in case anything goes wrong)
LWares87
Originally posted by LWares

It's easy to do, as long as you have a star headed screw driver.


you mean a Phillips screwdriver?
anyways, i had a problem with my sound card too. but i just restarted my comp and it worked just fine. try that.
I found out the problem with my sound card,
THERE IS NO SOUND CARD...

I opened my computer up and there was only a video
card, I guess I have to buy one now.

Any good brands that are cheap?
I wonder what a HFD opcode would do in ASM...
this happend to me once i just reformatted my pc
Uhh... From your first post it sounds like you had sound before. A sound card doesn't just "magically disappear", so my guess is that it is built into your motherboard. Take a look at that to find out what brand and model it is. Then look for sound drivers on the manufacturer's website.
if you just restart your computer, it should work
@ Keiran: I didn't take A++ yet in high school, where would I find it Keiran.

@ Delmaru: I tried that already
I wonder what a HFD opcode would do in ASM...
well, thats what happened to me. idk what your problem is then, maybe its your sound card. it may just be old.
tid you plug the plug into the right solt?
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Look around on your motherboard for a manufacturer name. I wouldn't know WHERE exactly to find it as it differs from board to board.

Another approach is to look for the sound controller chip on your motherboard. It is very common that these chips are made by either C-Media, Realtek, and occationally, Creative. They are usually sitting somewhere below all the connectors.

Here is a motherboard as example.

Note the chip with the small crab thing on it in the top middle of the board. That's how Realtek chip looks. If you can find such a chip on your motherboard, you could try downloading these drivers. Again, ONLY for Realtek.
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I wonder what a HFD opcode would do in ASM...
Well, I'm glad the problem was solved... and please spell my name correctly. :P
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I wonder what a HFD opcode would do in ASM...