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Sound driver please i need a sound driver for my hp pavilion dv1000. i've just changed my os towindows xp service pack3 and there seems to be no audio driver that is compactible with it

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if you sure that you have the right sound driver ,some times windows files have a damaged so try to re-install windows if not that mean the sound card is damaged and you need another ( pci or usb ) sound card

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Look at what millions of other users say about moving from XP to Vista.  Microsoft has a policy for Corporate customers only, that if they buy an Vista machine,  they have rights to change (really upgrade) to XP for free (look it up).   
If you stick with Vista, you are on a never ending MicroSoft treadmill to buy new hardware that works with your new OS, then be forced into another new operating system (MS will drop support for Vista and force you to Windows 7 faster than a hot potato)  when they refuse to support Vista read:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_7.
If you stick with Vista and have any significant investment in prior software ... you are going to have to replace a portion of it.  My 4 year old $600 Office XP Pro package for one ... doesn't work on Vista!!!
If you have to have Vista,  you can resurrect your XP OS and install Sun's FREE VirtualBox and run Vista as a "Guest Operating System" within XP !!!   Then you can "play" with Vista to your hearts content, and when you really need something to work (read: your hardware or your existing software), you can use the native XP.    Oh yeah ... you are going to need a new machine to do this, but you would need that for Vista anyway.   For $700 at BestBuy, you can get a Toshiba M305D with 2 Core 64 Bit AMD CPU, 4GB Ram and Vista Premium aldeady installed 160GB or so drive ... much less that it would cost you to upgrade your DV1000 for just the RAM and Drive.  
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Microsoft is pretty picky now-a-days as to which devices are valid for use with the OS. You'll need to check which components are valid with Vista and then pray Compaq submits them to MS to rate them for Vista.

Try and post the audio card make/model next time and I can give a better hit. I'll guess at it for now.

Check this link... for the driver. Here is the link that the EXE above comes from to put in context.

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Its dilip how are you ,hope fine .for audio drivers you have to download microsoft universal audio file ,and then conexant high definition audion ..so first install the microsoft universal audio.and then conexant audio drivers
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