Who can help me to find the that driver? If that doesn’t work, try this complicated method Good luck, and please let us know if you get the sound to work. Please read this post below and try the suggestions. Select the automatic search method and I am hoping Windows Update will download and install an audio driver for it. Go to the extracted folder Default location is: Message 2 of
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If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board. Message 2 of I have one other easy idea you can try.
Message 8 of Did you try the Vista driver for your notebook? You can also try installing it using the auto update if the manual update doesn’t work. Please read this post below and try the suggestions. If you have your notebook connected to the internet, click on the audio device in the device manager. Do I have to give this challenge up as it is too old notebook?
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Just follow the instructions carefully:. This conxant has been archived. In this circumstance, I even think using this without sound: Who can help me to find the that driver? All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic.
Message 10 of Did you try this one? Click on the driver tab. Go to the extracted folder Default location is: Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant.
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Message 3 of Sometimes you just have to let the computer know who’s the boss. You may have icj try manually installing it if the auto install doesn’t work.
You will need to be connected to the Internet for the auto update method. Message 6 of Make sure the Include Subfolders box is checked and see if it loads that way.
I have used XP drivers for other stuff that wouldn’t work in Windows 7. Click on Update driver. Message 9 of Then click on the driver tab. I’m happy it worked. Just follow the instructions carefully: Message 5 of