Sir,i have windows xp my sound remains ok,but when i sign off and then sign on, then computer looses sound.as amatter of fact i was told by an self styled expert to restore the system in an early date that will correct your problem,it corrected bur repeats the same what i have described earlier.kindly guide me what can i do?remembering i have a COMPAQ lap top.[THANKS]
Try loading service pack 3, free from microsoft update, as long as you have NO Dell systems. There is a compatability issue between a lot of Dell products and SP3. Also check your audio settings in your BIOS
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It sounds like you might need to install directX or the latest version of directX, you can download it a copy here --> http://www.softwarepatch.com/windows/directx.html. Let me know if this helps you out or not.
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Go to your Start menu, click on all Programs, Select Accessories, then System Tools, then click on System Information. A window will open titled 'System Information'. In the System Summary section, make a note of the System Manufacturer and the model number and report it back to us, along with the processor and the total physical memory.
Now open the Components menu by clicking on the plus sign next to the word, and select the Sound Device window by clicking on the words "Sound Device" Report back what appears in the window at the right when you do this, and we'll take it from there.
ok just go to Start- Settings -Control Panel - Power options -click on it inside that turn off monitor option Never u say and system stand by u make it as Never apply and say ok it will not go to stand by mode
You cannot uninstall Windows Vista, but you can reinstall your previous operating system, which then replaces Windows Vista. To reinstall your old operating system, you must have the original installation disc. Back up your programs and files, insert the installation disc into your computer, and then reinstall the old operating system. To regain the hard disk space used by Windows Vista, reformat the disk during the reinstallation process. After reinstalling your previous operating system, reinstall your programs and files.