He installed new motherboard, re-installed sound drives couple of times If you boot diags and you hear sound then its not a hardware problem. I too am a user. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. The cage looks pretty crampt, is there a spec for cards that will fit?

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Make sure that nothing is muted in the sound properties. I too am a user.

Then, look for version 5. In g2x80 Settings dialog box, under the Miscellaneous section. There are dell optiplex gx280 sound card versions of this card, normal and low profile.

I too am a user. In Internet Explorerclick Tools. If none is supplied you can get one from Creative. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic.

Message Edited by VladiA on Using 7 on this machine for 1. You must use IE6 or higher. There is no reason for your sound card not to work. gx20

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There is no call to be terse. In order to hear headphone sound you need to adjust volume. It will be really helpful if you can figure it out which part of registry I need to restore, which drivers I need to re-install or which files I need to clean up. Optiplex mini tower no video on power up. Click on this link to go dell optiplex gx280 sound card the Microsoft Update Catalog Website.

There aren’t any WDDM 1. Dell XPS – Audio only working in certain programs. I think Rockwell Conexant owns them now.

Any help figuring out which style audio and video cards to buy would be appreciated. Disabled it then rebooted and re-enabled it. Using known good speakers doesnt work. That’s exactly what’s happened, but dell optiplex gx280 sound card quite in the way one would have thought: Please read my post – Sound working fine for long time, then nothing.

All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. I didnt post this in any of the many other hardware forums and came straight dound this forum because I thought it was the definitive source for anything Dell.

I bought my system with Windows XP installed and I expected it to work. If you boot diags and you hear sound then its not a hardware problem.

I have a new OptiPlex Optippex, and using it for a couple of months. I am not sure it would do much but it is certainly worth a try.

To use this website, optiplrx browser must have the user dell optiplex gx280 sound card persistence setting enabled. The machine has a 2 slot PCI riser. Windows must have installed a generic “HD Audio Codec” driver that gave you sound. This is just from a very experianced Dell owner not a support tech. Apparently I was wrong about that.