Re: Sound Problems, NEED HELP!
load in the drivers.
read the instructors manual that came with the computer/os upgrade. if there isn't one, eh don't worry.
perhaps your current audio card driver isn't ready for the new media center. therefore, you must look for new and updated drivers for your audio card.
new drivers are usually available from the manufacturer's website. when a person usually upgrades an operating system the driver's sometimes need updating also.
if that doesn't work. maybe you knocked something loose in the computer. first thing's first though..
back up whatever you want to save.
revert to the older version of media center. then install the drivers.
then see if the sound works. if it doesn't, that maybe something was knocked loose. maybe the card has come undone from it's pci/isa slot.
however, first revert to the older version and backing up saved data first. if it works on the older once more, then upgrade again. if the sound doesn't work from there. find updated driver's from the manufacturer's website.
if that doesn't work. come back here and post what you have done. make sure you back things up first though.
Backing up data is super important for any computer alteration.
also, you can go to device manager and rollback to a recent sound driver.
what you do is look at the sound card and go to it's properties. then click rollback driver.
rolling back means it goes to the previous used soundcard driver and doesn't use the updated on. if somehow the upgraded media center upgraded the sound card drivers without you knowing, that could have caused the program. therefore, you may want to go to the previous one because it may have worked.
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