MY NAME IS TONY.......... I WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THE SOUND PROBLEMS RELATED WITH MY COMPUTER . AFTER THE FORMATING I CANT HEARD ANY SOND FROM MY COMPUTER . AND SOME BUDY TOLD ME , ITS BECAUSE OF NOT INSTALLING SOUND DRIVER AND IJUST INSTALLED AC(97) VIA AUDIO CONTROLLER . AFTER INSTALLING IT THERE IS NO ERROR MESAGAES BUT I CANT HEAR ANY THING. IS THERE IS ANY SOLUTION...?
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Click Start, click Run, type "msconfig", click OK. In System Configuration, click the Startup tab. Uncheck anything relating to Roxio Media Manager. Click OK and reboot.
Be very careful when dealing with the registry. Most registry cleaners do more harm than good if not used carefully. The "Delete everything I find" attitude often leads to a slower computer than when you started.
Hi there, Try to chance the drive letter of E: to ex F:, If you do not use the drive letter F :O),
Go to Start- control panel- Administration- Computeradministration- Disk....(I have my computer in danish and here it writes Diskhåndtering, I do not know whats the name in english :O().- under this place you find all the drives you have on the computer right now, here you choose the drive E: and right click on that and choose chance drive letter. IF you want it back again you simply do the same again. :O)
Hope that helps IF NOT then return here Have a nice day
The computer you're using right now? Does it have a CD burner? Go to the computer manufacturers website, then to Support, your computer name, model name, and model number, and to the Drivers and Software Download page.
Download the Audio driver. Copy, (Burn), it to CD disk. Install the disk in your computer, double-click on the file name. The Installation Wizard will lead you through the installation of this audio driver.
Sounds like something viral to me. If you are able to connect to the Internet I would suggest downloading and running a tool called combofix. Information on how to use it and links to download are here. I've used this on several XP systems to get rid of some nasty stuff, but never had to try it on Vista yet. If the trouble is not from a virus but just because something else has thoroughly screwed up the registry, you might have to restore your system.