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Let's see if audio is working in that configuration. #13 Ketchup, Jan 11, 2014 denis280 Diamond Member Joined: Jan 16, 2011 Messages: 3,353 Likes Received: 2 ketchup79 said: ↑ Take I also used driver removal from guru and uninstalled all audio drivers and then reinstalled them to no avail Hi Wajiema, Welcome to Seven forums. Unfortunately the MS driver only gives 2 channel sound, so I'm limping along on this right now, but I don't see how I'm to get the Realtek stuff working. UHITV 297,197 views 4:31 How to connect Front Panel Connectors to the Motherboard - Duration: 10:43.

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I've updated all the realtek drivers, uninstalled them re-installed them. I am thinking of RMAing it and getting a new one but thought i would wait a few days to see if anyone else could have any other ideas. Also let us know was this motherboard used on a different system where audio ports worked or not. Stay logged in Sign up now!

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Everything seems to be working fine but we're having an issue getting his sound to work. The AMD sound from his card, which is disabled, "Speakers" from RealTek which aren't detected. I have checked to make sure that it is plugged into the right port and the realtek audio manger does detect it. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1934263/board-audio-jacks-working-motherboard.html Sign in 1 0 Don't like this video?

EasyPcRepairs 68,833 views 19:10 Solution to No Audio Output Device is installed - Duration: 7:36. _kryptoknight 1,178,145 views 7:36 How to possibly fix a PC that will turn on but will Realtek No Sound Windows 7 I'd recommend a complete disc wipe, re-partition and re-install of Windows, then immediately thereafter installing the Intel Chipset drivers: http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/listes-constructeurs/33-intel/512-intel-chipset-3 Install the Realtek audio next, make sure those work, and only I've double and triple checked the both the front panel and rear connections. I hope this helps.

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I'd recommend a complete disc wipe, re-partition and re-install of Windows, then immediately thereafter installing the Intel Chipset drivers: http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/listes-constructeurs/33-intel/512-intel-chipset-3 Install the Realtek audio next, make sure those work, and only click Motherboards Feb 13, 2007 Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Realtek Hd Audio No Sound Windows 7 No audio anywhere, and I've gone to nearly all the same steps to try and find a fix. No Sound Realtek Digital Output I contacted MSI support and they said to wait 4-6 weeks for a driver update from Realtek (i.e.

pTrick PRIVATE E-2 Offline Posts: 4 MSI 970A-G46 : No Sound« on: 19-August-13, 03:36:40 » Just bought a new 970A-G46 board. his comment is here Have those 4 drivers copied to a USB thumb drive, ready for use after the Windows re-install is done. I did not have sound at first. Try to wiggle the connector in it's socket and see if you can hear any sounds. Onboard Audio Not Detected

Sign in to report inappropriate content. The time now is 07:56. Loading... http://amptools.net/no-sound/msi-sound-not-working.html I tried uninstalling either AMD or Realtek or both, but for whatever reason, Windows 7 insists on having both sets of drivers installed or else it won't attempt to play any

Bloody MSI onboard audio!! Motherboard Audio Jack Not Working Should be able to right-click-disable either unneeded audio device in Device Manager. #7 vailr, Jan 11, 2014 tren001 Member Joined: Feb 6, 2005 Messages: 186 Likes Received: 0 Here is Haswell Core i5-4670k, which appears to have built in Intel HD graphics #12 tren001, Jan 11, 2014 Ketchup Lifer Joined: Sep 1, 2002 Messages: 12,698 Likes Received: 14 tren001 said:

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Replacement audio chip realtek ALC883. - Duration: 39:49. I've been using onboard audio for years, and would rather not have to go buy a discrete sound card just to get sound working on my brand new PC build. I guess this method may prove whether it is a hardware or a software problem, but since the 7870 must be installed in the rig, I still must figure out a Motherboard Audio Ports Not Working We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.

You might need to use multiple fixes from the thread. I have download from Realtek website also and reinstalled without showing any error but my Audio is not working unfortunately. Hope that helps.I agree with WaltC, the 892 chip has terrific sound. http://amptools.net/no-sound/nes-sound-not-working.html Take out your video card and run video on integrated.

OS Windows 7 Ultimate 64 CPU i7 3770k OC'd 4.6 @ 1.17v, also FX 8120 & i5 miniITX Motherboard MSI P67A-GD80 b3 Memory 32 gb G.Skill Sniper DDR3 10-12-12-31 @ 2133 I am at a lost of Ideas now. In that case I'm still screwed since I'm not going to ditch or replace the brand new 7870 just for the sake of getting onboard sound operational. Say I remove the video card and only run onboard video and audio and now the audio works, this would indicate that the audio driver is conflicting somehow with the video

Many times I uninstalled and reinstalled driver, even format the PC again but every step are going failed. agree, please read first maybe you could find the answer in the other thread (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Currently Active Users Last edited: May 5, 2011 May 5, 2011 at 10:06 PM #2 7.62 New Member Joined: Jun 2, 2009 Messages: 313 (0.11/day) Thanks Received: 31 Location: Mt Buller, Victoria System Specs He's tried a couple of pairs and they all behave the same way.

Processor: i5 2500k Motherboard: GA-P67A-UD3-B3 Cooling: Intel stock cooler Memory: 4 Gig DDR3-1333 Video Card(s): HD 6970 Hard Disk(s): 500GiG SATA and 160GiG IDE Optical Drive: Pioneer DVD-RW LCD/CRT Model: Benq I'm thinking of just giving up and buying a discrete sound card 'cause I'm running out of things to try here. What worked for you?As for me, when I right-click the white windows audio icon, and enter playback devices, I see six entries, all of the same device with the same specifications. I also tried install the Vista AC887 driver.zip file and did now work either.

Removing the AMD card was apparently something the OP wasn't willing to do, so hopefully he/she will take your advice here. #19 Ketchup, Jan 12, 2014 tren001 Member Joined: Feb Yes i have tried everything from different speakers to different driver versions to no avail. Somehow, the installation wasn't able to complete due to some error.After this, I downloaded the latest driver straight from the realtek website and still received errors when attempting to install the Sorry mate, I dont know.

I think the sound hardware gets locked up electrically. I have windows 7 64 bit professional and installed all drivers from MB DVD i got with motherboard but Audio driver is not working.