Speaker gives no sound after installing windows 7 [Solved/Closed]

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Hello,

I am Akhilesh wanted to know about my Windows 7.I recently installed Windows 7 in my PC.And after installing my Speaker give no sound.Please help me.

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Hello,

Try this 1

After installing your Operating System you are suppose to install all the drivers.

Go to your motherboard manufacture's website, download the drivers and install

it.

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I knew that my motherboard is of Intel.But I dont know about my series of Motherboard whether it is 810\815,845,865, or 915.please help me.
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Hello,
Try this 1
Click on the below link and download the file
http://ccm.net/download/download-1387-cpuz
Extract it --> Double-click on CPUZ --> Click on "Mainboard" tab. Let us know the Manufacturer , Model with rev number, Chipset & Southbridge.Click on the "CPU" tab and let me know the "Package".
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I installed realtek ac97 audio driver but it cannot work.In my control panel in Sound and Audio Properties my computer shows there is "no audio device".Please give me steps to resolve this problem.
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Try this 1
Follow the instructions given in the below link
http://ccm.net/forum/affich-708966-speaker-gives-no-sound-after-installing-windows-7#3
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The solution to the "Intel 82801 GB ICH7 AC'97 audio controller [A1]" is to get the
"SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio" driver from Windows 7 "update" !!! Simple!!

~ Just click "Start", type "update" in the search box, then click on "check for updates".
Look at the "additional updates", not the "important updates". Find "Analog Devices driver
update for SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio"
instal this update and your sound will come on as it finishes updating!
NOTE!! Do not download or update KB971033. This will render your win7
NOT GENUINE, even if your win7 is legit!

...and don't click on any "Ads by Google". They are all dead end hype distractions trying to
sell you drivers you can't use and don't need!

...more information: http://winqual.microsoft.com/support/?driverid=3356

you're welcome.... zak
worked. looked at updates and audio was an option