Inbound sound problem

Discussion in 'Sound Cards and Speakers' started by Aragor, Aug 4, 2006.

  1. Aragor

    Aragor New Member

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    I just bought a new computer which has a M2N32 SLI-Deluxe mobo. I use the onboard sound card and have already installed its drivers.

    Now I can listen music just fine and I hear MSN's warning sounds, but when I try to use Teamspeak or "phone calls" via MSN messenger, I cant hear anyone, but those I speak with can hear me speaking in my mic.

    Anyone has any clue about what I could do to solve that? :(
     
  2. PC eye

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    That sounds more like a connection problem rather then a driver or setting configuratio while not ruling out the last. On a dsl router here only the host pc can be used for chat rooms. Straight dsl doesn't allow audio without the NIK or modem card installed.
     
  3. Aragor

    Aragor New Member

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    And what could I do?
     
  4. PC eye

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    How are you connecting to the internet? dialup, dsl, cable? If it is not the connection being a problem as in dsl or cable then the line-in isn't fully enabled or configured by the software. Another item when using onboard rather then a pci card is the Windows sound mixer. If the advanced setting is unchecked and disabled you wouldn't hear the incoming sound.
     
  5. Aragor

    Aragor New Member

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    Ok so here's what was wrong : I had 2 sound cards installed on my computer for some reason, one of those I dont even have and I have no clue how it got installed there. After uninstalling but the correct soundcard and the WTF?!? one, I installed the drivers of my onboard soundcard and now everything works. Must have been a conflict between both soundcard drivers.

    Thanks for the help anyway!
     
  6. PC eye

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    Two sound cards? That would definitely be both a software and hardware conflict as well. You would certainly see a driver conflict at times. Hopefully you stay with the better of the two there.
     

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