If you take that course, post a new dxdiag with the LS uninstalled and the onboard enabled with drivers installed and hardware acceleration at Standard. Del Wilbert Helpful +0 Report Dottie May 23, 2010 at 02:09 PM Hi, I have tried for months to figure out, what I think is a simple fix, how to get I can select the card through Teamspeak and it works fine so I don't believe it is hardware related. The problem it fixes has to do with svchost.exe and Windows Updates (which is why I said it sounds like a long shot), but often the audio service is hosted in useful reference
Although it does HD audio (as an output when it has the spdif cable connected to it from the mobo. I noticed that there was a problem with ->There are no active mixer devices available error in Windows XP <- There are no active mixer devices available when opening volume control, Still no luck, Control Panel/System/ Device Manager can see the via ac97 sound device and says its fine, the drivers are fine, and the device is working properly. It's definitely a windows problem, as a number of people said that they'd had it occur on a dual boot machine and had sound with their other OS, but not windows.
It was the "Enumerator" issue. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. As you can see below, the sound card in this case the Realtek High Definition Audio card is installed and working properly. Plasticjesus690Jan 28, 2011, 2:50 PM Rip the drivers completely, Make sure the audio is enabled in bios if it an on board card, Than reinstall newest drivers, Go to control panle
No luck. - I have selected the card in Teamspeak, which seems to see it, in both output and input, and THAT works. - When I go into the Windows volume How hard would it be to provide a reliable means of telling windows to load and start a particular driver, along with an option to remove, reinstall, repair, or whatever if Do you see what your default device is selected as? I have Cambridge four speaker and subwoofer as my speaker system.
Hope one of these helps.Click to expand... I have posted a support query with Creative Software, but don't hold out much hope, as I believe this to be a MS problem - aren't they all!?. I uninstalled and then reinstalled every driver known to man that is compatible with my computer, but my computer cannot even seem to register that I have an audio device as anyway, i'll try all these again just to be sure Sep 28, 2005 #3 dugawug TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 74 well, no luck here...
Finish the installation If it stil does not work reinstall the audio adapters' drivers. Follow the instructions below to reactivate the Windows Audio service. 1) Click on Start and Run 2) Type the following command and press Enter services.msc 3) Scroll down to Windows Audio Will and eventually found the answer in the form of a neat presentation that can be accessed from the link below; http://www.tymes.net/swenum/fix-swenum0.htm Basically the reason why no 'audio devices' can be So not a HW problem.
I tried the solution and it didn't solve my problem. System restore doesn't fix the issue. I've searched all over, with no hope but to reinstall the OS. this page you solve the problem!!!!
I had everything ok in Device Manager and every driver was running that should, compared to an other working system, but the symptom was that there was no sound coming out Dec 5, 2005 #9 Mictlantecuhtli TS Evangelist Posts: 4,345 +11 Is "Windows Audio" service running? Locate "machine.inf" on your OS, copy it somewhere and modify it (find "ExcludeFromSelect=*" and remove the line or simply exclude it from processing by adding a ";" at the beginning) 4.
Oct 20, 2005 #7 Jurekos TS Rookie Here is another one with the same problem. Reply Share this post 02-17-2010 #6 Urufu_Shinjiro View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Nov 2004 Posts 9,734 Hey Steve, good to see you man! It won't play music files or system sound files as there is no device recognised by sounds and audio devices. Its not really the symptom I would expect from a hardware failure tho.
Then try these steps only if the others mentioned here don’t help. and the options being greyed out is due to the 'Plug & Play Software Device Enumerator' not being installed as a System Driver. Afterwards I lost sound. Get More Info this is why i am so confused!
I am stalling for time before I break down and either do a re-install of the OS or purchase a handgun and go Elvis on my machine Any ideas out there? You may also... Jul 31, 2008 #17 virtualaudio TS Rookie I was not able to post a link, being new here (how stupid). Display Tab 1: No problems found.
Under the audio tab in sound playback it says under default device No Playback Device and voice playback it says under default device No Playback Device. REPOSTED FROM: http://www.pchell.com/support/no_active_mixer_devices_available.shtml Was this answer helpful? If a modem card is set to emulation, instead of required full acceleration, that change will also be made to the sound card acceleration with out the option of change. I didn't notice "The driver has been enabled but not started" message in device manager untill the 3rd soundcard I installed.
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pietrzjJan 28, 2011, 5:42 AM I've given up on the UAA idea, now I'm at my wits end Related Resources sound driver enabled but not started Driver is enabled but not Anyway, just joined so I could say thanks Anyone thinking of trying this, all I can says was that it worked, and was easy to understand and follow (requiring only a Check this by going to: Device Manager > System Drivers This driver may have been lost during an upgrade to Windows XP from another version of Windows such as 98 or Helpful +7 Report carla Nov 1, 2008 at 01:21 PM Had the same problem after having to reinstall Windows XP Media 2005 due to virus.