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And in the end, it doesn't seem like breaking my back over considering I'd like my sound to work on all parts of my computer, not just in winamp. I don' t have any sound in the hardware management it' s everything is ok: On the other hand, I can' t even select a device on the control panel or even test sound and music in the dxdiag! nothing! Pigskin Born Posts: 2Loc: Warrenville IL 3+ Months Ago Here is something that you can try i was going nuts all day trying every thing on this forum but what i found was my problem and may help you out or anyone else. http://orgias.org/http-500/http-500-error-in-asp-net.html

e=54858072 -Nu slickrick Born Posts: 1 3+ Months Ago I had the same problem. see anything like this before? They are sub-listed under "other devices.": PCI device SM Bus Controller Universal Serial Bus (USB) Controller Video Controller (VGA Compatible) Those all have the yellow exclamation marks. In the Manufacturers list, click the manufacturer of your device; in the Models list, click the model name. why not try these out

Maybe, though. i went in to the options sectionand under plugins, in th output area i saw the out_ds.dll file was there.. Dawnlyn View Public Profile Find More Posts by Dawnlyn 30th April 2001, 17:16 #3 If_Nicknames_Could_Kill Junior Member Join Date: Apr 2001 Posts: 2 Some kind of answer to the problem.

Except the big problem with me is, I don't seem to have my installer CD. :s SB came pre-installer with the computer, I'm not sure if we even have an install CD to be honest. When I started up again I was presented with the screen when Windows fails to load normally and I selected the "Start Windows normally", which booted up Windows successfully. The problem would still remain, for one, I tried it, because I have this same problem, and it didnt work. I even downloaded the original driver.

Support Forum This thread was archived. Did you run windows update and install an updated driver for the Sound Card. Somebody please give me solutions. check that Thanks I cannot currently load any web pages when using Firefox.

There is a option on my end to select DirectSound Output Then there is a dll called out_ds.dll i would take the next step to find what that dll does and assume that you are missing it. Winamp Forums Home Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read Members List FAQ help Register Rules Winamp & SHOUTcast Forums > Winamp > Winamp Technical Support HTTP 1.0/500 Internal Server Error User Name Remember Me? You can set your default device for stuff using "Sounds and Audio Devices" in Control Panel. The error with SocialBookmarking is more confusing.

for a lot of the dells and hp they use soundMAX you can either find it on your drivers and utilities installation CD or you can go to your manufacturer website. read this post here i went in to the options sectionand under plugins, in th output area i saw the out_ds.dll file was there.. The sound card has now kinda disabled itself. Please take a minute to review the new Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

My problem is little different - I hear sound from each application except for Winamp in speakers and in headphones too. weblink i found the way out by my self with a little of everyones notes.. In device manager, there are a few problem devices. in the Direct Diagnostic Tool, i have test DirectSound, and the some problem still occured.

That is assumeing that u have windows xp installed. just thought i would pass the info along.. Thanks, Dave V osocka Born Posts: 1Loc: Kawasaki-shi 3+ Months Ago I solved my problem easily by going into Control Panel - Sounds and Audio Devices - Hardware tab - click your audio device [mine is a Realtek AC'97] - Properties button - Driver tab - click Roll Back Driver that fixed it for me This became a problem for me after I installed a Windows update. http://orgias.org/http-500/http-500-error-iplanet.html Dear Winamp fans, As you might have heard, Winamp recently changed ownership.

I cannot even select it as my default audio output (in the control panel). Got this problem and ofc googled it, and this being the first site up, I had a little look at it. But the problem is that I accidently deleted this program by my self!

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This fixed my problem ConfusedComputer Born Posts: 1 3+ Months Ago I also have this problem. If no Plug and Play devices are found, a list of devices appears. pfnagel Born Posts: 1Loc: Wisconsin 3+ Months Ago I am actually having the same problem. open up winamp again, and it will work...

Please install proper drivers or select another device in configuration.Error code: 88780078*twitch*What happened? I have tried creating a new profile, uninstalling and reinstalling, upgrading to Firefox 4 (was previously using 3) and uninstalling and wiping all profile information, but nothing has worked. I suppose it would be somewhat proper to mention that the problem started after taking my computer completely downstairs (Unplugging all the components, etc...) in order to hook it up to the TV we have down there. http://orgias.org/http-500/http-500-error-ne-demek.html Thanks!

Viele Grüße Kaffeesuchti Zitieren 30.05.2012,07:02 #6 Poison Schaut sich um Registriert seit 26.11.2010 Beiträge 91 Danksagungen 2 huhu bei mir läufts wieder... i switched it to REALTEK AC97 AUDIOfor some strange reason i think it was set on Primary Sound Drive and i don't know if that has any effect at all to it... I was going to go fix the .dll that people were talking about, but I actually couldn't figure out how to do so.