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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you checked to see if the driver is already installed, and the volume is just turned down? (Start> programs > accessories > entertainment > volume control) If so, try going into Device Manager (right click My Computer > properties > hardware > device manager) See if the sound card is showing up there as a yellow question mark or other error icon, it will stand right out. If it's there, right click, and uninstall it. Now (still in device manager) press the button that looks like a computer screen with a magnifying glass on it, that will scan for hardware changes and pick up the sound card, which windows includes the driver for automatically. If this still doesn't work, try downloading from realtek here, and installing that. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
I think the problem is..... Magix is compatible with XP 64 bit but not with Vista or 7 64 bit, not much 3rd party software is.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
After reviewing the owners manual for this printer I see it is an older model. But not to worry! While most of the time I find the driver database on Windows 7 is considerable, it is sometimes lacking some of the older equipment drivers. In these rare instances, it is possible to simply explore the CD and find the installation file. It should be an EXE or MSI file, sometimes called "setup". It should have the Sharp logo for an icon also. I wish I could be more specific but the contents of each driver CD varies quite a bit.
Anyway, once you locate the location of the installation exe file, right click on it and select properties. Then select compatibility. Next, you want to select "Run this program in compatibility mode for..." and select Windows XP SP 3. You may also want to select "Run as administrator", since it will be interacting with the internal workings of your OS. See graphic below to illustrate what i am talking about.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
Since it doesn't support even Vista, no. But you can install it in a XP virtual machine running on your 7. Get that from here
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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