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    Unhappy sn45g no sound

    Cant get sound to work!

    all connections are plugged in drivers are fine the volume's up?

    what else!!

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    c'mon guys what can i check??

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    OK - Play an MP3 ... no errors? Does the control panel show the VU meters moving?

    Do the speakers work on another source?

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    Re: sn45g no sound

    Originally posted by jack
    Cant get sound to work!

    all connections are plugged in drivers are fine the volume's up?

    what else!!
    Are you sure you have checked all the sound properties carefully and made sure that the sound is actualy 'up', remember you need the 'wave' volume up as well as the master volume.
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    ok thanks for the help guys

    Downloaded an mp3 played it via media player "No error's"
    and the VU meter in soundstorm is moving only "right and left"
    The speakers are working and havent got problems
    and yes the wave volume is up

    the only other time ive had this problem is when i had a asus a7n8x the connector's on the mobo were infact shorting on the case and not giving sound, a well known problem with the asus mobo! anyone heard of this sort of thing with shuttle system's

    jack

    ps while i was in a mad rush trying to get the system up and running im sure the sound was working!

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    I didn't know about the shorting thing (never had it happen to me)!

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    can't be shorting as the front mic sockets dont work

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    problem solved took it back and got a replacement the shuttle in the end refused to get into windows and wouldn't even allow me to format HDD

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