I wonder how can it happen So I don’t know if it’s doing this because of the moving or the sound card swap. I have also been into the volume control and added the Microphone to the Playback controls, then muted it as suggested in a Microsoft article relating to Troubleshooting Conferencing Applications. If the problem is solved, so be it. Have tried with other s micro?
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I think you did right in not buying anything till you have this solved.
You can perhaps borrow some thermal grease in a computer shop Monday. Did you check all cards, memory, 4pin CPU connector and other to see if they were well seated?
What I meant by el. It wasn’t your mobo and probably has nothing to do with your symtoms Have tried with other s micro?
That said I’m downloading a copy now since it is a while since I took a look at it. The D-bracket displayed 4 red LEDs so i figure the cpu has gotten out of place or something, well my major question is if it will make a difference to leave it out without a pad for now.
[VIA] KT4AV seemingly dead after installing new sound card!
I was always a Gnome fan in the early days and I’ve found Morphix more hardware compatible. I have also been into the volume control and added the Microphone to the Playback controls, then muted it as suggested in a Microsoft article relating to Troubleshooting Conferencing Applications. Please login or register. Having hooked up the unit correctly there is very little volume to the sound input even when it is set to maximum.
The question about drivers were in case you made PC work and found that sound didn’t work. I’m convinced that if it is a bad connection then it is on the motherboard since I get exactly the same fault if nothing at all is connected to the mic – in fact if no speakers or mic are connected I get the same feedback issue. A virus could make this i guess before sounf read this messages. So heres the deal, I moved last weekend mso got the computers to the new house.
MSI KT4AV-L – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – KT400A
I’m going tomorrow to check out my RAM and if that is the problem or the cpu, will thermal pad have any factor in it? Could be a poor or bad connection. IF i dont have thermal paste, will it cause the computer to display that black screen? msu
This is even with nothing connected to the sound connectors on the back of the motherboard. I dont see why it shuldnt at least start to the bios screen or sumtin?
At morning i have a black screen Without the processor nothing will happen. Is the mobo fried or sumtin but it seems ot work fine. Like the Dr says. Home Help Search Login Register.
I may try a Linux one, but although I much prefer Linux it doesn’t give and exact comparison to the XP setup I’m working with. Hard drives spin, video card works, usb ports work. Please take the motherboard out of the system when reseating your processor. Here is something that might guide you: I’ve had my PC running for some time now, but I’ve just purchased a headset to use for voice chat, control, etc.
But i cant understand, i dont move my computer any inches, and i dont open its case either. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see the outcome – should prove whether it is hardware or software at least.
The only time I get a significant signal is when there is a sound created by the computer itself to play through the speakers. I never got a chance to turn on the computers cause i was busy unpacking n stuff so after a few days my bro decides to take his old sound card out and replace it with a different one into mine took out M-Audio Revolution 7.