Hey guys so recently my sound on my computer stopped working and I have no idea how to fix it. I can see that when I'm playing videos that windows is playing it, but my speakers have no sound coming out of them. I also tested headphones through the front panel and it also didn't work. I may have messed something up when trying out an old graphics card because when I was putting my normal one back it I think I hit the motherboard with the back-plate. If you guys could walk me through the steps for pinpointing the problem it would be much appreciated.
Here is my computer build...
MOBO >ASRock 970 EXTREME4
CPU>Amd Phenom II X4 960T/AMD Phenom II X6 1100T
CPU Cooler > Cooler Master 212 Plus
MEMORY > CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB)
PSU > CORSAIR Builder Series CX500 V2 500W
VIDEO CARD >HIS iSilence 4 Radeon HD 6670
SOUND DEVICE > Onboard Realtek ALC892
O/S > Windows 7 64-bit
Case > COOLER MASTER Elite 430
Sorry to be asking all these questions, but in this forum(http://forums.techguy.org/multimedia/1003481-no-sound-v...)
someones says that you need to work on getting ALL the drivers properly installed...
When I was switching out the graphics cards the 6670 and the 2450 the drivers kept on switching so I was thinking that maybe it messed up the sound somehow?
but if you want to go big...
this one will let you plug some audiophile quality 600 ohm sennhausers and show you how music is SUPPOSED to be listened to.... the type of sounds that make Beats by dre sound like someone took 2 pieces of dog $hit, stuffed them in earmuffs, and ran a wire to them.....