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Asus A7V socket A motherboard with K7 850 mhz CPU
Afreey 56x CD ROM
HP CD Rewriter
Mitsumi 1.44 floppy
IBM 30G 100/7200/2mb IDE Hard drive
Matrox Millenium G400 dual head video card
Phillips Brilliance 150P 15" flat panel monitor
Sound Blaster Live! Platinum sound card
256 MB SDRAM PC133 Memory
USB external hard drive
I don't have any sound. Where do I start?
[Edited by email@example.com on 05-17-2001 at 12:07 PM]
Please see my previous post. Also, I was able to play a CD using RH Linux. So I know my Soundblaster works for that purpose. What I am expecting is to hear sounds when I click on icons, etc. Am I expecting too much?
So regular CD's work huh, then what type of sounds are you trying to play? If your expecting sounds on clicking icons or anything, you might need to set that up yourself. Can you play wav or any other formats. If it works then, your sound card is working perfectly.