Can't find the driver for my multimedia, i have a big ?mark in multimedia when i open the device mngr. is there an available driver? if not could you pls help me find a suitable one, and if possible can it be for free. my motherboard is E210882 intel desktop board d865gbf
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Re: multimedia audio controller don't work
When in device manager click on system devices than you may see some called ! pci device then click update driver, then click on "no........", then next, click on select from a spesific location or a list, then next, then you click on the "sear for the best drivers in these loactions" if you have the driver cd in the cd rom click on the "search removable media" if you have the drivers in a folder only use the "include this location in the search"
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Kristilyn, You will need to download and reinstall the sound drivers into the system or use the Dell Drivers disk that was shipped with your computer to install. You can download the driver from the link below. Dell Optiplex GX520 Audio Driver http://dell.to/17lTTIk
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The yellow mark indicated the multimedia audio controller driver was not installed, therefore the audio won't work/no sounds.
You need to identify the make and model of the audio card and if you haven't the audio installation CD then you can download the driver from the manufacturer's WEB site.
Since the repairer fixed your computer, he should have installed the audio driver. I suggest you get the repairer to install the audio driver as it should have been part of the repair service.
Also if you see any other yellow marks against any devices in the DEVICE MANAGER then these will also need the drivers installed.
try update it using online on device manager has yellow question mark or still can't get for driver go to the manufacture site of your multimedia audio try google it for site of manufacture then look for update driver for your audio . Hope this help you out ^_^
The reason for these 2 big question marks is that Windows device drivers for the sound card & modem are not installed. If you don't have the drivers for these 2 cards, let me now the make & model, & I can find them for you.
Hi John, The multimedia audio controller is the sound driver. Create a folder on you're desktop. Download this driver for the Gateway e4100 PC.(Scroll down to motherboard downloads, & scroll a bit more until you see the sound drivers). http://support.gateway.com/support/drivers/search.asp?st=pn¶m=2800471 There are 2 drivers listed. Read the description under each. One lists motherboard names. After downloading into the folder run the exe within the folder. Open device manager. Right click on the multimedia audio controller once & left click update driver. Windows hardware wizard will open. Click No, not at this time. Than click the next button. Another window will open. Left click once in the circle next to, Install from a list or specific location (Advanced). Than click the next button. Again, another window will open. We want to remove the green check mark next to, Search removable media (floppy, CD-ROM...). Click the green check mark once & it will go away. Click the browse button & point windows to the uncompressed folder within the folder you stored the sound driver. Once high-lighted click ok. Windows should install the driver software & add the sounmax icon into you're control panel. It will also install an icon down by the clock.
Good Luck! If you still have troubles let me know. Mike