I am living with a Windows XP, the audio device I use is NVIDIA nforce. My audio isn't working whatsoever. Everything is plugged in properly, everything is in place. I don't know how to check if I even have an audio sound card installed in the computer. If anyone knows how to check that, i'd love the tip. It would also be great to know a FREE way to get my sound up and running again, if that isn't to much to ask. I can tell you this much, when I go to Run>services.msc>Windows Audio, the program is working and says "started."
Before I do the little bit of advice, "Reinstall XP", I would really like to have an alternative and even find out if I have a sound card inside the computer in the first place.
Please help, you have no idea how much it would be appreciated!
To be more specific, under sound, video and game controllers I have this:
Legacy Audio Drivers
NVIDIA nforce Audio Codec Interface
Unimodem Half-Duplex Audio Device
They are all in working condition. However, they don't work...-sigh-
(Note that I didn't list the drivers under this category that didn't involve audio)
Edited by nevelangeninebreaker, 16 April 2008 - 10:55 PM.