Posted 18 March 2007 - 08:16 PM
My problem first started a few days ago. I am on a custom built PC, running Windows XP. I opened up my iTunes to listen to some music, a notification popped up and stated "iTunes has detected a problem with your audio configuration. Audio/Video playback may not operate properly." I went to the control panel and clicked the sounds and audio devices, which displayed that I currently do not have any form of sound. This seemed kind of odd to me considering just a day before that everything was working fine and i was able to play all my music. The sound card that is in my computer is a Turtle Beach Santa Cruz. I went to the website and tried to install the drivers to hopefully fix my problem.... this is where the new problem begins. In order to install these drivers, I need the Software CD that came with the sound card. This would not be a problem except for the fact that I am a college student living four and a half hours away from home and have no way of getting the CD. I gave up on trying to install the drivers and getting the sound card fixed because i have no idea what went wrong with it (Already scanned for viruses, spyware, etc). Now all i would like to be able to do is install the on-board sound that is built into the motherboard. I am looking to get a Macbook Pro when I go home in a couple of weeks, so I would just like to have some form of sound on my computer until i get it. If anybody knows how to install the on-board sound, after uninstalling a sound card, please let me know. You will go down in my memory book as "my savior."