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Re: sudden audio problem on xp computer
Did you install any program lately?
Check My Pc >> right click Properties >> Hardware >> Device Manager >> Audio Check also Start >> Control Panel >> Sounds See if the cables are right connected on the back Do you have your speakers on? With Power? Are the speaker power plugging in?
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Check and make sure the volume is not on mute and it is turned all the way up. Also check the sound properties through the Control Panel and make sure all the volume knobs are turned up.
Check the device manager to see if there are any warnings in the section called 'Sound, video, and game controllers'. The best way to access the Device Manager is to click Start, right-click Computer(Windows 7) or My Computer(Windows XP) and click Manage. The computer management screen will come up and you'll click on Device Manager. If there is a red X or a yellow ! then run windows updates and see if there are any hardware drivers needing downloaded.
Hallo! my laptop is an HPdv2700 i recently installed an XP operating system after previous using vista and suddenly my Audio device on high definition Audio bus is missing. so, I cant play video or listen to music... can u please help me solve this problem!
The Windos XP version of Realtek Audio is here (ftp://188.8.131.52/pc/audio/WDM_A405.exe). In some instances, it may be necessary to install Microsoft Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) Bus Driver for High Definition Audio. For more information about this driver, see Microsoft Knowledge BaseArticle 888111, "Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) High DefinitionAudio class driver version 1.0a
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Have you tried restarting your computer? If that didn't work try deleting the program for your sound card and try reinstalling it. If that doesn't work try a system restore, now depending on your operating system the fallowing information my not be accurate. This is for Windows XP Home edition, Click on Start>help and support>system restore. Then it will ask you what date you want to restore it to, then pick a date, then click continue or next and it should restore your system to that date. Hope this helped=)