The Audio of my Asus notebook laptop was uninstalled.What should I do? My laptop now has no audio.
I accidentally remove the audio of my Asus Notebook laptop. Audio means the sound device has already gone in my system..What should I do?..Before the Audio sound Device of My Asus Notebook laptop is Real Definition Audio Device...Please help me...Because my laptop now seems to be mute... Thank you
The audio driver should be on the install disc and if not go to the asus site and download it and reinstall it.Toy may also want to look in your recycle bin if you have not emptied it . http://www.new-drivers.com/files/sound/?gclid=CL-_i7uv-ZUCFQQRswodVHSXFg
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In general speakers do not have drivers. What you need to look at is your sound card. You will need to reinstall the drivers for it. If you are having trouble finding the drivers let me know the make and model of your sound card. If your sound card was part of your computer let me know the make and model of your computer.
yes you can it has an audo cable that plugs right into your laptop. Depending on your sound car in your laptop, you might get 2 of the speakers working, because your audio card might not support audio 5.1. Which means, you have 5 speakers, but your audio card might only supprt 2 speakers, because its a 2.1 which is standard in a lot of laptops.
Acer has a web site where you can download software for your Aspire 5580. Your Laptop has a intergrated sound chip, XP may not have installed the driver for your speaker/sound system. You can try downloading at the link below (page 2)," Audio driver v.22.214.171.12473", or you can install your audio driver from the restore CD that came with the notebook. No restore CD's! This site has everything installed onto your notebook.
Chances are that when you deleted Soundmax, you deleted the drivers as well. I am going to assume that you 'deleted' the "Soundmax" entry from your Add/Remove Programs console or chose "Uninstall" from the Soundmax folder in your start menu.
The problem is not your speakers. The problem is the audio hardware. I'm willing to bet that you don't have any drivers installed for your Soundmax audio hardware.
More often than not, when you uninstall the software for your audio hardware, it also removes the drivers for the audio hardware.
I would try re-downloading the drivers for your Soundmax hardware and reinstall them.
I am also aware that this Soundmax chip was licensed to a different company by Realtek. (They designed the chip.) You can also try the Realtek AC'97 audio chip drivers. There may be a few differences in the way the software works, though. Here you go: http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=23&PFid=23&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false#AC
I myself would recommend the Realtek Drivers. However, I also have an experience with this particular chipset where I installed the drivers in Windows XP Service Pack 1 or below and they worked just fine. But if I installed the drivers in Windows XP Service Pack 2, the system just reboots itself over and over again unless I use Safe Mode and uninstall the drivers.
Instead of fighting with that issue, however... I just put in a different soundcard and deactivated the onboard audio hardware in the motherboard's BIOS.
Just a heads up on that...
Good luck with this. Let us know what happens if you need more help.