• This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn more.

Heelllppp

G

G-Lizard86

Guest
#1
Damn! Installed ASPI driver from this site, and now my soundcard stopped working...it's an onboard one..can anyone help? Now the only sound i hear is the mobo beeping...:(
 
#2
Boot up in safe mode >

click help and support center >

click "undo changes to your computer using system restore"

click a restore point before you installed that driver

follow the screens


boooooooooom

:cool:
 
G

G-Lizard86

Guest
#4
Last restore point i've made a few days ago..when i reinstalled xp, after that i've put a hell of a lot of stuff on it..don't wanna go thru that s**t again..where can i find drivers?
 
#5
Gives us the name and model of the sound card.

Good lesson in when to do a restore point, right before you install new drivers, and right before you install a new program, I know it's a bit of work, but if something goes wrong, this will save your bacon a lot of times, unless you enjoy reformating and reinstalling.

:cool:
 
G

G-Lizard86

Guest
#6
That's the problem...it's says it's an standard audio device...if i translate..on my old mobo it was also an onboard device, but when the same thing happened..i just uninstalled the card and reinstalled it and there was no problem..but no there is no option to deinstall the card...:( :( :confused: :confused:
 
#7
The sound card is built into the motherboard right? Look up that sound card at the AOpen website and get the driver for it there.


:cool:
 
#11
Well it looks like your options are limited now.

do the system restore, or

reformat and reinstall.

I would do the reformat and reinstall myself. :(

I know it sucks, but.....

do restore points from now on when installing drivers, hard lesson to be learned.

sorry

:cool:
 
G

G-Lizard86

Guest
#12
This is the error message i get when i try to play some music in winamp:

Winamp2 waveOut plug-in v1.03 error

No sound devices found. Please buy a soundcard first (or install proper drivers if you think that you have one).
More info can be found at http://www.geocities.com/mmsystem002/

Error code: 2
Windows error message:
"A Device-ID is used which is out of reach of the system" (bad translation from dutch)
 
G

G-Lizard86

Guest
#13
F*ck~!!! why did it worked with my old soundcard, when i just reinstalled it??? i just don't get it....dang...can i deinstall the aspi drivers?
 
#14
Start > Control Panel > System > Hardware > Device Manager > look for the ASPI driver u installed (properly under system devices)

right click it > choose properties > Driver > roll back driver, or uninstall driver.

do this at your own risk, make backups of anything you want to save first, before doing this. Get ready to reformat and reinstall, probably.

sorry

:cool:
 
G

G-Lizard86

Guest
#18
It's working again...after installing aspi, and in POST screen i entered bios setup, i changed fsb from 114.0x13.0 to 117.0x13.0...now i've changed it back again and the sound card is working again...does this mean i can't go higher than 114.0x13.0?
 
V

vdubVR6

Guest
#20
well remember how i said make sure you pc is stable first.....well that is the kind of stuff i am talking about....one time when i o/c everything was fine then all of a sudden i would get an error everytime i would go online after a while it would say i was disconected( i have a cable modem).....when you cpu is o/c and it becomes unstable certain things will start to act funny for no reason so just check the cpu first b4 anything?
 

Members online

No members online now.

Latest posts

Latest profile posts

Hello, is there anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me ...
Xie
What a long strange trip it's been. =)

Forum statistics

Threads
61,961
Messages
673,239
Members
89,014
Latest member
sanoravies