solved Restart as soon as prime95 starts when XMP is enabled; passes memtest. However, the LS should still be seen in the dxdiag and hardware acceleration selection an option. Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks Report • #2 BillieNewt April 29, 2012 at 09:58:54 Hi derek I did as you said and it still does Enable the devices you disabled in step 4. useful reference
Also, is there a specific reason you haven't installed SP3 and any other future updates and fixes from M$? After rebooting I once againlooked at the NTBTLOG.txt file and noticed that the drivers that use tonot load, were now loading again. Apparently this has been an issue with different cards for some time but have not seen a fix for it yet other than the enumerator one I mentioned. 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.
Quit other programs that > > might be using your sound device, and then try to play the file again. > > Your sound device requires an updated driver. Now the system should redetect and reinstall the deleted devices automatically. thanx so much for answering > > "Byte" wrote: > > > Back to basics.
I followed your instructions step by step except for "swenum.sys" file . WindowsXP Byvomacka Mar 15, 2012 Post New Reply okay I'm getting this message when I click properties for my sound card. Reply to me here or> email. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions.
i have managed to get hold of the > drivers and utilities cd that came with the computer i have tried to > reinstall the drivers from that but it hasn't Powered by vBulletin Version 3.7.1Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. I didn't notice "The driver has been enabled but not started" message in device manager untill the 3rd soundcard I installed. It was the "Enumerator" issue.
Then I remembered I heard once that Windows XP Service Pack 2 damaged the Audio in my dad's laptop, so I gave it a try and did the same thing. They invest their time in new and improved chipsets. Report • #8 Derek April 29, 2012 at 15:43:04 This is likely to be a silly question (and probably the first thing you tried) but when you right click the Realtek The problem should be disappeared, you should be able to play sounds.
Oct 20, 2005 #7 Jurekos TS Rookie Here is another one with the same problem. To troubleshoot the problem, see the Sound Troubleshooter in Windows Help or refer to your sound device's documentation. The strange thing is that the sound as far as Windows is concerned thesoundcard is installed – device manager says it is enabled andworking.See Attachment "illlustrations.jpg" "device ok"But…if I go into I wish anyone else who has this problem luck in fixing it, it made my life a nightmare Backup your file system, create restore points and don't run a bulk windows
If one is expected, you should install a sound driver provided by the hardware manufacturer. see here Help!! "Greg" <> wrote in message news:<075501c341eb$7cefdbc0$>... > I've been fighting a problem for a while where I don't > have any audio on the PC. magius931 LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode I have also tried the microsoft website, nothing there related to this problem.
Past bedtime here in the UK so I'll look back tomorrow. Don't have any answers, but you have given me a whole host of hings to try, thanks and I will keep you posted if/when I find a solution to this frustrating I did nothing with that. this page To make sure you've been following the right procedure checkthis: 1.
i have managed to get hold of the drivers and utilities cd that came with the computer i have tried to reinstall the drivers from that but it hasn't worked. From memory: Choose Start, Run, services.msc. I dont know how to start Tags:soundwindows xpWindowsrealtekyahoo BillieNewt April 28, 2012 at 15:12:31 Specs: Windows XP Pro I lost sound in windows media player and yahoo messenger.
I tried my sound card and it was once again working.My speculation is that the /fastdetect boot option leaves the system insome kind of state which is not repaired by a Now if I go into Control Panel, Sound and Audio Devices it says "No Audio Device", everything in the tabs is grayed out. Ask a question and give support. this is why i am so confused!
I was going to have to unhook the computer, which I hate to do, and take it to the shop to have the sound fixed. comstopinc, Jul 3, 2005 #3 Guest Guest I am having this problem too. Start the service and make sure it's set to Automatic. http://bigpondguide.com/driver-is/driver-is-enabled-but-has-not-been-started-fix.php There were suggestions to remove and then reinstall all sound items with the device manager, but I couldn't uninstall anything but the cards themselves - the codecs, etc., seem to be
To troubleshoot the problem, > > see the Sound Troubleshooter in Windows Help or refer to your sound device's > > documentation. > > You do not have a sound device 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. Create the restore point. *IMPORTANT* 2. Also, click the Advanced button (if possible) and see if the sliders are at center.
is it > possible windows media is causing this? 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> To determine if an updated driver is available, see the Windows Update Web page at the Microsoft Web site, or see the sound device manufacturer's Web site. I have a lenovo thinkpad t60p and all of a sudden the sound was gone and now it's back!
Find "swenum.sys" file on your XP installation CD (mine was in DRIVER.CAB) and copy it to the proper location (I am not sure if it is necessary but worked for me) My guess isthat the same problem exists in Windows XP. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Hardware > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick
I might need the model number to unearth the exact setting details.Did this fault just suddenly happen or was it after you did something?Always pop back and let us know the i really haven't a clue what i'm doin just tryin to use logic. Wizkid and Jurekos thanks very much for the info, this fixed my problem. If that doesn't help, try reinstalling the driver swenum.sys.
Even clicking on an ican made it sound like a fax machine. If that doesn't help, try reinstalling the driver swenum.sys. This is a problem we've been seeing a lot in my office over the last several weeks, usually manifesting as a complaint about the sound not working, and that patch usually Any more ideas what I can do about kmixer.sys?
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