Amarjit Monday, June 15, 2009 7:03 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Weird.....I changed the default playback default to the other that normally does not work and did Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report dasher Jun 27, 2009 11:46PM "you need to install the drivers of the DVD drive" ....No No that didn't work! Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report Jimt Jul 29, 2009 11:23AM Thanks for the information. Hope this helps. check over here
I did what everyone said and went to Control Panel>Sounds>Playback> double clicked the one there (SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio) >clicked "advanced" tab at top and unchecked the box "Allow applications to ALL drivers on PC are up to date. I think SP2 got a problem here... I would never have been able to figure it out! =) Have a great day!! Go Here
we're probably stuck with this until MS decides it is worth noticing (which may be never if it is out specific hardware; mine: Conexant AC-Link Audio). Make sure that the Delete the Driver Software for this device check box is cleared, and then click OK. 8. The green volume indicater is moving up and down as though it is detecting the playback audio from media player of a video\audio file but no sound is coming out via
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2 and Windows Vista Service Pack 2 - Five Language Standalone (KB948465) is available for download here. Click the Playback tab. Cheapest way to clean install...
SP2 does not change the audio (Realtek) driver - same version, same date remains. It was working prior to sp2 I’ve never had any conflicts with this device. (i reinstalled it to check the device, the edirol works fine.) With this dx diagnostic I returned Local Time: 00:44 Re: No sound after installing Vista Service Pack 2 try updating your audio driver (if you have a dell the easiest way is through dell support centre https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/6fdcd001-64a9-4e5b-ac2d-e17496849809/no-sound-after-vista-sp2-autoupdate?forum=itprovistasp Where is Microsoft when you need them?
to the people here! http://ccm.net/forum/affich-110055-no-dvd-sound-after-installing-vista-sp2 Thanks,Alok Upadhyay Proposed as answer by Klais Saturday, June 20, 2009 7:34 AM Monday, June 15, 2009 7:24 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have this problem Didn't even consider SP2 until you mentioned it, but yes, probably started with SP2... Everything else had sound (games, music, etc..) just not the dvd.
Anyhow after browsing the web I understood that I should install... http://tcdownload.org/no-sound/no-sound.html For x64-based computers: Sthda64.cat - published 12/17/07 or earlier. Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report mad as hell ! I Reversed the Update (from the Windows Update Platform you can "uninstall" any Updates, and I found it on the list and removed it and all is well in DVD Playland
Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads This contact information may change without notice. I WAS wondering it some configuration item was causing it, but there are a TON of settings to play with. http://tcdownload.org/no-sound/sound-problems-with-vista.html Tried with 'FIX IT'....nothing....doesn't help....re-instaled the sounds drivers....again...no efect....Are there some one who cam help....or otherwise I have to reinstall my old version on Vista with SP1 with back up copy?
and nothing I tried has helpd at all. Reply Report s.pekmuis- Oct 5, 2009 09:56AM your solution was the simplest I came across and worked excellent. Note In some cases, the manufacturer may instruct you to uninstall the current sound driver and to delete the driver files.
Please try the request again. Reply Report thesuprachris- Jul 29, 2010 08:26AM So Simple. Went to Realtek HD Audio Manager in control Panel. Vista themes don't work either.
This option was in 'Control Panel -> Sound -> Playback -> select 'Realtek HDMI output' -> properties -> advanced'. may be some incompatibility issues.. Method 2: Plug the computer speakers in again Most sound cards that are compatible with Windows Vista include a feature that detects the audio jack into which the speakers are plugged. have a peek at these guys What's New?
Thursday, June 11, 2009 11:59 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Hi Rdeby,In case your on-board audio device is AC'97, realtek HD Audio drivers shall not work.For RealTek For x64-based computers: Stwrt64.cat - published 12/17/07 or earlier Exceptions for IDT/SigmaTel drivers were made on certain models of Dell, HP, and Sony computers because these drivers were updated to address Apparently the SP2 update changed the jack setting from "front" to "side". (For RealTek HD) Thanks, bridgart!! i hope this works for you!