I have not flashed the bios yet on this new mb. Reboot, make sure you have enabled audio in BIOS and see if that gets you sound. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer. Zyon New Member Jun 18, I have the same board, three suggestions 1 check that the sound is enabled in the BIOS 2 beg borrow or steal another set of speakers or even a set of headphones and try them, that at least would tell you if its the PC or the speakers and 3 there should be a sound effect box loaded in your taskbar, double click it and make sure the speakers are enabled Speaker Configuration its called and you can test from here as well.
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Add asus a8n-sli deluxe sound comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. No, create an account a8n-slo. Assuming that you are running 64bit OS on a dual core.
DougEdey23 May When enabled by proper files, the characteristics of the sound card like model, manufacturer, number of channels are completely available to computers, and all its asus a8n-sli deluxe sound are made accessible. Not sure if this will be of any help, but might prompt someone else to come up with a solution. Yeah, I was running the latest release. Discussion in ‘ Tech Support ‘ started by Sam0r23 May Problems can arise when your hardware device is asus a8n-sli deluxe sound old or not supported any longer.
When plugged into the lime green socket it registered they were speakers and did not have a cross by them in the audio sensoring but it said they were not connected asus a8n-sli deluxe sound s there was nothing in the blue socket there is not meant to be.
When in the blue socket during the testing there was a little bit of sound of something and a lot of crackling. It also shows a picture of the socket. The speakers do defnitely work as I have tired asus a8n-sli deluxe sound though my laptop. Installed the latest Kx drivers, but I get no sound output.
Please install proper drivers or select another device in configuration. When I try to play something with WinAmp, I get an error asus a8n-sli deluxe sound I think its just the cooler shorting out one of the resistors on the nb chip, that doesn’t explain the graphics problem I’m having though. If it’s a new drive that’s caused the problem then it could be the onboard SATA controller conflicting for some reason.
Sounds more like a driver problem are you running the latest release? Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. So I would guess that it isn’t abnormal that you don’t have them.
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Storik – the manual just says: Surely there has to be something plugged in to theose asus a8n-sli deluxe sound ports. Also, I would flash the BIOS to the latest version and then download the latest chipset drivers from Asus and install them. Updated to the latest bios, didn’t change anything.
Neg, can’t see any IRQ settings for onboard audio. You must log in or soubd to reply here. I read another thread that said something about jumpers, but I guess this is irrelevant?
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Fitting went fine, apart from the northbridge cooler wouldn’t stick properly to the chip, so I had to use some thermal epoxy to glue it in place. I am getting no sound from my Logitech X speakers.
The drivers are installed and it is enabled in the bios. I think I got the realtec one working.
Done that, I’ve disabled the parallel port, serial port, midi and joystick devices too, still no joy. This will help if you installed a wrong driver.