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01-11-2012 09:32 PM
Hey There: Pavilion Elite e9250t Desktop Win 7 Home i5 1.5T
Yes, My Sounds Are Out Of Sync & Start 1-2 Sec. Late. The Crash Happened When I Pulled Out My Brand New External 500GB Back-Up Drive From The Slot Un-Safely 3x's Before I Knew I How To Safely Detach It. I Reinstalled Most All My Audio/Video Drivers And Software And Restored Back About A Week. My System Is Back Running Good But Not Perfect Now. What Does Someone Advise Now?
Thanks A Bunch, Ben!
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01-12-2012 08:22 AM
What audio card do you have? Is it the Realtek integrated sound or a Soundblaster card? Try getting the latest sound drivers directly from the sound card manufacturer.
If you have the Realtek (integrated with the motherboard) sound, download the High Definition Codecs from here:
01-12-2012 12:42 PM
Hi: I Have A Soundblaster(Default) And A Nvidia Card. I Tried The Reinstalling The Newer Nvidia Download From The Nvidia Site With No Luck. Does The Codec Also Come With That Download And Go To The Motherboard Or Is There A Different Trick. I'l Try The Soundblaster Home Site For Another Reinstallation, Soon. Thanks, Ben
01-12-2012 12:54 PM
Ok. For audio, you'll need to locate the driver for your Soundblaster. The chipset would have worked only if your audio was integrated with the motherboard.
01-12-2012 02:03 PM
Hey Again: How Does The New Updated Soundblaster Driver From the Soundblaster Site Go To The Motherboard Automaticlly And I Think I Don't Use The Soundblaster Card Because I Use Nvidia Audio Adjustments All The Time. How Do I Intergrate The Audio With The New Soundblaster Driver Download To The Motherboard? I'll Try It Anyway.
01-12-2012 02:07 PM
Well, the sound card connects to the motherboard, and the sound card driver tells the computer how to properly recognize and use the soundcard. Which audio port do you have speakers connected to? Is it next to the other ports like the USB and video port? Or is it separate from them in a slot?
01-12-2012 02:58 PM
Hi There: Thx. I Have A Nvidia HDMI Out Slot Going To The 10 Speakers. Soundblaster Is Listed But Not Being Used. Would It Matter On Your Codec/Motherboard Now For The Soundblaster Site Driver Download? If Soo, How Does It Go To The Motherboard Intergration For Another Fair Try?
01-13-2012 07:23 AM
Ahh...you are using HDMI...then yes, we should be addressing the NVIDIA driver and still possibly the chipset. Which NVIDIA GeForce video option did you select when you purchased your PC?
Here is the spec for your PC for reference:
01-13-2012 09:30 AM
Ok. I believe this is the updated driver for your Video card:
Hopefully that will fix the lag you are getting when using HDMI.
The Codec thing I mentioned before was related to if you had Realtek audio, but you don't. You have Soundblaster.