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I see you have already stated that you have installed all the drivers, did you do the all the ones that refer to the Motherboard, Bus and Chipset before the audio ones. Also try searching for the Realtek ones off Realteks own site
your computer lucks the audio drivers among others.get the CD that u bought the comp with and install or just get to know your motherboard No then search the drivers online. then install or ask the site here. It will be our pleasure to answer u. thanks.
Well I hope you need a audio driver, and your system having windows vista operating system. thats fine but you forget to mention about your hardware like what pc/laptop do you have? If it was a assembled pc then what is the model number of your audio graphics card (or is the audio card is on board).
You can find all the drivers on the net but you'll have to know exactly what type of devices you have. Either you can refer to the invoice that you got when you bought the system of you can physically check by opening the system. DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!! To know the model no. of the devices I would go to the toshiba site and look for the config. of the system. If you have any service tag no or like that you can put that when you go on toshiba site and it would tell you the detailed config or your laptop you then can either download the drivers from that site for the appropriate OS that you want to install or you go to the device manufacturer's site and download the drivers from there.
go to start - control panel - system and maintenance - system - device manager, locate your sound card and uninstall your sound drivers, rebbot the computer and vista should reinstall them for you and they should work again
Unfortunately your best bet on your Inspriron 531s is to go back to Vista. According to Dell, this system was specifically setup to run Vista and, therefore, no XP drivers are guaranteed to work on this model. Most of the time for onboard devices, if they are not listed on the site, they are usually native to the operating system and do not require a driver download. Dell does, however, have some XP drivers for this model listed on their support site here
The only audio driver listed is for a Creative Labs X-Fi sound card and I am not sure that is what you have. Your best bet is to uninstall your sound card drivers, reboot, then install these. Good Luck
windows key + R = open : devmgmt.msc Sounds, video and game controlers > (right click) Realtek high definition audio > update driver sofware > browse my computer for driver software > let me pick from a list...> double click on Realtek high definition audio > YES to update driver warning > AND SWEET SOUND IS AUDIBLE :D