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Audio drivers where can i get the copy of audio drives in other than internet

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  • emporio Oct 22, 2008

    my sound card is really lost at my computer how can i install sound card for the computer who have not read my sound card driver.. and really dont sound have sound on my computer..

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I have the same problem wher my software detective says It,s working.But its not,Try jacking your speaker system in to spare or freinds system to make sure your speakers and wires are good.I.m thinking to solve the problem,may there is a way to hook speakers in to a outgoing USB port.if your speakers are self powered,then I.s just the question of getting the aaudio info out of
desktop and into my audio system.

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You need to install the motherboard's device drivers after installing Windows XP. If the audio card is built-in on the motherboard then you need to doenload the audio driver from the motherboard manufacturer's WEB site.
If the audio card is installed on the PCI expansion slot the you need to download the audio driver from the audio card manufacturer's WEB site.
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Only your sound card compatiable driver will work make sure you have right driver.

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Jun 09, 2009 | Intel ESS ES1868F Sound Card

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Hi,


1- You can install the sound driver from your PAN driver as you mention.
2- You can install sound driver from the disk (CD) which came for motherboard.
3- You can install sound driver from the internet.
4- You can download and install DRIVER DETECTIVE software.
it will download all software automatic.


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You will need to know the type of network card and sound card you have to be able to download the correct drivers.

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I formated my pc and now i dont have sound!!!


If you have the discs that came with the sound card/computer, run the installation program from that.

If not and you have internet access from that computer and it's a Windows OS, try this:
go to "System" under in "Control Panel."
Click the "Hardware" tab.
Click the "Device Manager" button.
Find the "Audio Devices" (or "sound"...can't remember...it has the megaphone picture next to it)
Expand the tree if it's not already expanded(click the plus sign next to it)
Right click the Icon under the "Audio Devices" with a yellow question mark and select properties. (there might be a selection to "install driver." if so, select that.
When it asks if you want it to search for drivers on the internet, select "yes, this time only"
It should find what you need.

If not you'll need to find out what company has the made your sound card and go to their website or google "(company's name) audio drivers."

If you don't have internet access on that computer, you can find a computer with internet access, find the driver (by going to the company website or googling), and save it to USB memory stick, or CD and copy it to your computer.

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First check to see that volume is up =).

If you have the internet on the computer:
If that's not the problem, uninstall and reinstall your audio driver. When you reinstall, let windows search the internet for it when the option comes up. Select "yes, this time only."

To uninstall your driver, go to your control panel, double click system, select the "hardware tab," click "device manager," find the "audio" or "sound..."(it has the megaphone picture next to it), expand the tree(click the plus sign), right click the icon with the yellow question mark, select uninstall.

To install your driver, Follow the steps until "select uninstall." Instead, select install. That's when you'll want to let windows find the driver for your on the internet.

If you don't have the internet on the computer:
Uninstall the driver like above on the computer.
Go to the manufacturer of the audio card's website and look for drivers or google "(company's name) audio drivers," download it to a USB stick or disc, and copy it to your computer.

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