What's the problem?
I just got a new computer off my fathers friend and the computer was running great for approximatly 4 days. I then decided to add my new graphics cards. Upon doing this when I loaded up the computer everything seemed fine, I installed the drivers and once again, everything seemed fine. As I loaded up my game Fallout: New Vegas it detected the settings automaticlly and decided I could run it on ultra, I then click play. A message poped up saying "No audio device detected" so I was really confused. I've spend all night installing drivers, checking everything inside was okay (what I think is okay) I even re-installed windows and still the same problem arose, the speaker in the bottom right of the screen had the mute button it and said "No speakers or headphones are plugged in". I plugged my headphones in and it still said that, I tried the front and back port! Someone please help me with this I just got this computer and I really need it for things!
*UPDATE* Okay, so here's what I did to solve this problem, I put my old graphics card back into the computer and then the sound came back on and working. What does this suggest? My other dual graphics cards fit into the slots perfectly but for some reason they seemed to have stopped sound...
The dual graphics cards that I had in the computer were joined together via a cabled labled 'Crossfirex' I think. As they seemed to have stopped the sound from working, does this mean my motherboard does NOT supposed them then?
Can someone please explain?
Thank you, sorry for the best explenation!
Edited by Maxey243, 02 December 2013 - 05:30 PM.