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XP recognizes the sound card, the drivers are installed but I can't get it started. "comstopinc" wrote: > > I am also having the same problem with my system and its It was the "Enumerator" issue. Sound disappered. Hope this helps. 0 SharePoint Admin? useful reference

I've been working on it on and off for 3 days now and now its done. I haven't upgraded to SP3 because SP2 never gave me a problem b4. Solved Cannot get sound on laptop. 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

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? comstopinc, Jul 3, 2005 #3 Guest Guest I am having this problem too. Faq October 21st, 2006,10:26 PM #15 No Profile Picture fanfarenj View Profile View Forum Posts  Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)  Join Date Oct 2006 Location Could you also post the make and model of your mobo.

  • Sound works.
  • Thanks. 2 answers Last reply May 18, 2005 More about sound driver enabled started AnonymousNov 4, 2004, 8:03 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.device_driver.dev (More info?)Raul Rey Aso wrote:> *okay I'm getting
  • Then I ran malwarebytes and combofix and fixed the remainders of the virus.
  • 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.
  • Open the Device Manager and select Show hidden devices from the View menu. 4.
  • Anyway, yeah, Services.

The driver is the correct driver and everything> in the Device Manager looks fine. The machine is not now infected (been weeks since I fixed the virus and the sound went out). Updated the ISAPNP device driver. Wizkid and Jurekos thanks very much for the info, this fixed my problem.

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If the service keeps stopping, you may need to set it to restart after failure. I also uninstalled and reinstalled the sound cards, using the same drivers that had worked before, disabled and reenabled them, tried to enable and/or manually start all the audio-related services from Thanks, Charlie Mar 29, 2009 #20 Charlied TS Rookie The resolution I did was adding back the system device and Plug and Play Software Enumerator Mar 29, 2009 #21 I restarted Windows Audio Service, but still nothing.

I wonder if this has anything to do with the undocumented WinXP limit on the number of audio drivers in the registry? Thx May 29, 2008 #16 virtualaudio TS Rookie KRJ, I just ran into the same problem; I had been using one high-end sound card (M-Audio Delta 1010) and then installed You may want to consider at least getting the security updates from M$ for XP. by jfsayre · 10 years ago In reply to try this it doesn't work.

[email protected] see here I went through the whole XP troubleshooting guide, no sound. Select Have disk 9. After all, the hardware had been working fine for years.

The basic solutions I found were: * uninstall and reinstall your driver * IRQ conflict problem * missing Plug and Play Software Enumerator * limit some registry enumeration set to 10 Malwarebytes and combofix weren't useful at that point because I couldn't even boot the machine (blue screen). But its ALOT worse than that. this page When I searched for those I got help in starting services for windows audio because those are symptons for that problem also.

I deleted all my sounds in device manager. There are lots of realtek ones out there so make sure youve got the right ones. ... &explicitly select them rather than letting windows choose if thats possible, as if it No matter what I do i get "no mixer device installed".

Faq February 5th, 2005,08:13 PM #13 No Profile Picture Reflex_h View Profile View Forum Posts  Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)  Join Date Feb 2005 Location

I have heard people talking about sending the swenum.sys to each other and was wondering if even could do this for me. Originally Posted by Reflex_h Had exactly the same problem as Dr. Nothing works. I'm not sure about youtube etc as I've uninstalled flash player and want to back up ten times before I go there because I've read that it may cause the problem

eliphaz, Oct 6, 2003 #3 steveadd Private E-2 Hi, I found this response elsewhere, and it fixed the problem for me ' I experienced the audio problem "Driver is enabled but 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, Name the file "filename.arn" (filename could be any name) You might want to zip the arn file before posting it here for further analysis. http://bigpondguide.com/driver-is/driver-is-enabled-but-has-not-been-started-fix.php Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

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 Somebody help me. January 8, 2010 Headphone jack issues: "Garble garble foofoofooo."... So I googled the phrase for the microsoft site and got no solutions there either, although there were old posts suggesting that the problem may go back as far as windows

solved Laptop started emitting high pitched whine/ring sound? (SOLVED) Sound Issues Bootcamp enabled mac with windows 7 solved AMD VISION engine control center not supported by driver version of enabled graphics Go to Control Panel /Ad HW and follow the wizard towards manual selection of device to be added 7. When I get to the "Add hardware" where I have the "Have Disk", what hardware am I adding to replace the PnP software enum? The audio just stopped working > at some point.

After rebooting I looked and the NTBTLOG.txt file and saw the following: Did not load driver Audio Codecs Did not load driver Legacy Audio Drivers Did not load driver Media Control Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Search Thread Advanced Search Reply to Thread Thread: Driver enabled but not started? | Forums 02-17-2010 #1 Badbet2007 View Profile View Forum Good luck!Jim 0Votes Share Flag Back to Hardware Forum 6 total posts (Page 1 of 1)   Search Start or search Start New Discussion Start New Discussion Create a new discussion That is until I found this here post... (I think I even stopped here at Techspot, Though I wasn't using the same keywords for my search.) You're PnP Software Enumerator literally

No sound device present. I have also tried the microsoft website, nothing there related to this problem. I have tried 5 other sound cards in all the pci slots and I still have no sound. It would be interesting to see if this procedure works starting at step 3. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) Trim the 10-limit lists as described in the linked URL (rme-audio) in reply #6 above.