Sound problem with intel Desktop Board D945GPM and Vista Home prem

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by goldens, Jul 12, 2007.

  1. goldens

    goldens Guest

    Have two sound problems one minor and one major.
    Minor:
    I am on dial up and when I dial up no sound of dialing.
    Major:
    Cannot record sound. In contro panel -Sound- recording it states that no
    recording devices are installed yet it is built in the motherboard and used
    to work in XP. Any advise on how to get and install drives to correct the
    problem. Nine in windows update.
    Thanks
    John W
     
    goldens, Jul 12, 2007
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  2. goldens

    dean-dean Guest

    The latest audio driver for Vista on Intel Desktop Board D945GPM appears to
    be here:

    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/fil...dows+Vista*+32&lang=eng&strOSs=164&submit=Go!

    You may also have to right-click the Sound icon in the notification area,
    and choose Recording Devices. On the Recording tab of Sound, right-click an
    empty spot of the window, and put a checkmark next to "Show Disabled
    Devices" and "Show Disconnected Devices".
     
    dean-dean, Jul 13, 2007
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  3. goldens

    goldens Guest

     
    goldens, Jul 13, 2007
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  4. goldens

    goldens Guest

    Thanks Dean,
    I did download the latest drivers from intel along with a bios update
    and the sound recording works. For some reason the installiation took out
    three programs which I had to reload but now vista is working fine except for
    the minor problem of no dial sound when the modem is dialing. I had such a
    problem installing Vista that I think I will leave the vista upgrade for my
    dell lap top in the box and keep using Windows Xp on the Dell.
     
    goldens, Jul 13, 2007
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  5. goldens

    dean-dean Guest

    I'm glad to hear your sound recording is working. Your dialing sound, I
    think, is a function of the Modem driver, which you may also have to find a
    Vista compatible driver for, from the manufacturer. You may have already
    done this, but in Device Mangager, double-click on the device under Modems,
    and check to see if it has a volume control on one of the tabs.
     
    dean-dean, Jul 14, 2007
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