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    No Sound AC97 Audio Device Conflict

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    by eribro ·

    How do I resolve a conflict with a sound device. PC running win xp home, AMD Sempron 2400, Ecs 741GX-M motherboard w/ onboard sound. Sound and Audio Device Properties (No audio device) Device Manager shows conlict symbol.

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    • #3073594

      Reply To: No Sound AC97 Audio Device Conflict

      by toivo talikka ·

      In reply to No Sound AC97 Audio Device Conflict

      Is the AC97 audio enabled in BIOS?

      Have you installed the motherboard (chipset) drivers? Usually motherboards come with a support CD which you need to install. Otherwise, you can go to the website of the motherboard manufacturer and download the necessary drivers.

    • #3073537

      Reply To: No Sound AC97 Audio Device Conflict

      by 3xp3rt ·

      In reply to No Sound AC97 Audio Device Conflict

      First steep enable the onboard audio in BIOS.
      Second install audio driver from motherboard original CD. If you have not this CD, go to motherboard manufacturer site and download the audio driver installer.

      • #3072573

        Reply To: No Sound AC97 Audio Device Conflict

        by eribro ·

        In reply to Reply To: No Sound AC97 Audio Device Conflict

        I have disabled and enabled AC97 in the Bios, Tried loading drivers from system disk and windows update. Still no sound.

    • #3073251

      Reply To: No Sound AC97 Audio Device Conflict

      by catfish182 ·

      In reply to No Sound AC97 Audio Device Conflict

      The conflict could be with in the OS and have nothing to do with the hardware at all. I took a look at the data sheet for the codec and the tech and there are possible conflicts with what things you may have installed. First if you have Office 2003 installed do you have the language bar? The language bar has the setup for text to speech like the AC97. that could bring about a conflict. Also I would check your direct X version. I have had that problem before even though my sound was a plug in card.
      Are there any other devices hardware wise such as a capture card?
      No matter what device manager should tell you where the conflict is rising from.
      Could you screen shot the device manager with the conflict so that I could see it?

      Thanks

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