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A Code 10 error is generated when Device Manager can't start the hardware
device, a situation usually caused by outdated or corrupted driver A device may
also receive a Code 10error if a driver generates an error that Device Manager
doesn't understand. In other words, a Code 10 error can sometimes be a very
generic message indicating some kind of unspecified driver or hardware problem.
Uninstalling and then reinstalling the drivers for the device is a likely
solution to a Code 10 error. If reinstalling driver is not working than try to
rollback the driver or restore the system on previous date..
In order to check that you have your Audio Driver installed for either your on board or ext card sound. Go to. Control Panel. Click on the System Icon. Then click on Hardware Tab. Then Device Manager. It'll show a list of you hardware spec. Check for Sound Devices. Then look to see if you've possibly a yellow exclamation mark. If you have when you right click with the option for properties it'll show the device isn't working. What i suggest is to. Right Click. Then Un-install. Then restart your computer. The software drivers should be with your operating system already. ( Though may be not though. Could be downloaded if not there ) When your computer restarts. It should display a bubble message saying that it has has found hardware & is installing driver software. When it has installed it should say. Your sound kit is working properly. If it doesn't do this perhaps the driver software arn't with your operating system. You'll need to find the drivers software from the Internet. You'll need the details. Thats given with device manager for the type of hardware spec your computer has. Then it just a matter of doing an Internet search for your driver software. Download this. Do a restart. Your computer shall detect this. Then it should install. Your Good To Go !
I spent months trying to figure this one out on my own PC. I finally have the solution. Go to device manager (right click my computer, go to properties, Then hardware, then device manager. Click on the"+" in front of system devices. Find "microsoft uaa bus driver for high defintion audio". Right click that and select, "disable". Then right click it again and "unintstall" the device. This will allow you to install the audio drivers on your disc, or ones you have downloaded to install without an error message. Once done install your audio drivers and restart your PC and windows should start dectecting your new hardware. An installation wizzard pops up. Install the files needed yourself from a specific location, not a disk. It will ask for location of file name "hdaudbus.sys". That file is in C:/Windows/System32 folder. If it's not there, which it should be, just find and download that one file but it should already be there. I have done all this on xp home ed, sp3. I now have sound, and my front audio panel works. Please let me know if you have any problems by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I bet you have to uninstall the sound card from device manager first and the restart the computer. Then try to install the sound driver again. If that does not work you may have to force install the driver from the add new hardware wizard in control panel.
I am curious, do you have a dedicated graphics card installed from ATI / AMD?
first check the audio card if you really install.heres a few step. 1. right click the My Computer,Properties 2.Hardware,Device Manager and if theres is a color yellow means not install. And Click Start,Run Type <dxdiag> and enter here you can test the sound also the graphics.
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2)Right Click My computer 3)Click properties 4)Select Hardware Tab 5)Click Device Manager 6)Click on the cross of System Devices 7)Right Click Microsoft UAA Bus driver for high definition Audio 8)Uninstall this (this is the problem making place and this might indicated as yellow color explanation mark before you uninstall it)Just uninstall it 9)Now install your newly downloaded drivers which i have asked you to download in the previous post. 10)System will ask to restart momentarily just follow the instructions and reassert . Once all the installation and restarting are done your Audio will work with out any issues
Hope this will work and please let me know if my post able to fix ur problem.
You need to install the correct driver for the sound device, because with win XP it can install a generic driver but it wont be working properly so if its a built sound on your MOBO you need to install driver for it from the MOBO setup CD.