facebook google twitter rss Free Web Developer Tools Advanced Search Forum Computer Hardware Multimedia Hardware WinXP will not start soundcard driver Thread: WinXP will not start soundcard driver Page 1 I've tried examining the registry and comparing the settings to a backup I made a few months ago before the problem occurred, but I can't see any differences, and don't want Its a long shot but it needs doing anyway if you havent already. From memory: Choose Start, Run, services.msc. useful reference
From my research on the web, I believe that dozens of people are experiencing the same problem with the known solutions not working. The system rebooted and the Plug and Play system re-installed the drivers. Newer » This thread is closed to new comments. I then looked at the driver status in the Device Manager and low and behold the "Driver is enabled but not started" status was now replace the the status that the
Then try these steps only if the others mentioned here don’t help. I go into Sounds and my primary sound/play back option is Modem Line #1...WTF. It is inevitable that i will have to reformat and reinstall just to get this fixed. dugawug, Oct 8, 2005 #8 jc-franklin Private E-2 steveadd - You are a god walking among men.
A lot of people have been> having this problem, as I have been searching over the> internet.> > I know this is an XP problem because I did it with 3> When I first upgraded the PnP software Enum was not working in Device Manager, so I uninstalled it (oops). PC Games \ System Tools \ Macintosh \ Demonews.Com \ Top Downloads MajorGeeks.Com \ News (Tech) \ Off Base (Other Websites News) \ Way Off Base (Offbeat Stories and Pics) Social: I tried the solutions that worked for some of the people, but so far no luck.
Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... solved Mic has started picking up pc sound solved No sound card was found. (no audio output device is enabled solved Recently bought Insignia NS-PAH5201-C headset, everything enabled, getting no playback I installed a friend's USB sound card, and the same problem occurred with it. I found a program thatworked directly with the sound card hardware and the sound card wasworking, but nothing that used the sound card drivers worked.
I would appreciate anyone's help on this one as this is driving me crazy. I'm sure that some of the final steps I did in my solution aren't needed and can be streamlined, but I wanted to post this solution with the steps that I Jackie Jun 10, 2007 #13 Chris1122 TS Rookie Oh Hell Yeah!! You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others.
This happened after I upgraded to from XP to SP2. Restart to re-install the drivers. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? This proves useful when for example administrator want… Exchange Outlook Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Exchange Server 2010 Advertise Here Suggested Courses Earn Certification HTML5 Specialist - Certification Free withPremium Course
Chek if PnP SW Enumerator is installed on your machine (Device Manager / System devices) - should be listed there! 2. see here How should I adjust ram voltage? Sound disappered. If its not built onto the motherboard,re-seat it into ane pci slot and update driver and reboot.If not reinstall the driver for the ide interface and the sound card and find
Create the restore point. 2. so i can at least use WMP, but Flash w/ audio embedded in web pages, i'm out of luck! in Device Manager, uninstall all devices listed under Sound. http://bigpondguide.com/driver-is/driver-is-enabled-but-has-not-been-started-fix.php The bios tells me almost nothing, but as explained in my first post, windows xp recognizes the card and says that "the device is working properly" in device manager, but on
Still grayed out in Sounds and Audio Devices (XP) "No Audio Device". If not, at what point did it fail? 0 LVL 5 Overall: Level 5 Windows XP 2 Components 2 Message Expert Comment by:Kenneth Brown ID: 340972882010-11-09 This is a sidetrack, Promoted by Kim Harrison We value your feedback.
Mar 31, 2009 #22 WinXPUpdatedFTL TS Rookie Holy Cow! Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? I have two XP OS's, one for music production, another for web development...my music OS only has this problem...very strange Anyone have any solution? 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.
Hi. No idea what to delete ? My problem is I lost the audio once I installed some faulty video drivers, so I installed the regular ones and everything but my audio still does not work. Everything was OK in the Device Manager, but in the Sounds and Audio Devices Control Panel there was only the Voice recording option on the Voice tab, and the MIDI music
Anyway, yeah, Services. That option is available under one of the tabs. If I select the volume control from the realtek icon, I get "there is no active mixer device available." If I go to the volume control, I see "no audio device." Uninstalled and installed the drivers several times several different ways.
When I get to the "Add hardware" where I have the "Have Disk", what hardware am I adding to replace the PnP software enum? Long version: All of a sudden yesterday I had no sound on my three-year-old Thinkpad X40 (XP Pro SP2). It was the "Enumerator" issue. The audio just stopped working at some point.
Cerebusjam, Jun 4, 2006 #10 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Next tried virtualaudio's method but there was no: 5. from the list select standard deviecs (in the left list) and "Plug and Play Software Enumerator" in the right list 11. driver is enabled but has not been started.
Black monitor, sound looping AMD and Intel graphics drivers cannot be enabled simultaneously No connections are available message, wifi enabled, and driver updated? by jfsayre · 10 years ago In reply to try this it doesn't work. RME site (http://www.rme-audio.de/english/faq/10entrye.htm) listed a solution claiming 10 entries of more in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Software\WindowNT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32 caused the problem I was having. You can boot XP to safe mode by pressing F8 at the beginning of the Windows startup and select Safe Mode if the system doesn’t start in normal mode and use
On the System Properties panel, Advanced tab, Environment Variables button, under the User variables click New and create a variable named devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices with the value of 1. 3. Ask a Question Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password?