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hello waiyasin, this altec lancing don't need a driver, it just plug and play hardware. if there is a problem with the driver, try to install sound driver from your motherboard driver. if u use external sound card, try to install sound driver from the sound card driver. if u have problem how to install the driver then u just need open the device manager. u can find it on control panel. once u open the device manager window, insert motherboard driver (or sound card driver if u use external driver) into CD Rom. in device manager window u will find sound or audio device, right click it and choose update driver then follow the instruction. that's it.
hope this useful, regards.
NB: if u don't have motherboard (or sound card driver) try to goggling it or reply this solution with your motherboard name (or sound card name), maybe i can help to find your driver.
when installing the drivers check that the drivers are related to that hardware only. some drivers from other sources will install but will not work correctly.
if you have installed drivers from the original cd that came with your motherboard(if onboard sound) or the sound card (pci card). then let windows search for the driver in the cd. you don't select the particular driver.
first uninstall the drivers you currently have and then reboot the sys and wait for the system to find for the new hardware device. then choose the option -> search in the removable media and then insert the cd.
if this doesn't solve the problem. check in the bios settings, advanced option that onboard sound card is on for onboard sound and this is off for internal sound card.
if your motherboard has Realtek sound card then go the site and download the new driver. check the correct ALC codec. if you are using internal sound card like creative. then download the updated driver.
and also check in the control panel of windows of the "sounds and audio devices properties"..,
in the first tab your sound card name should be visible and in the third tab in default device your audio card name should be specified.
Hai, Are u installed any sound driver for your pc.Try to install the sound driver with the motherboard cd that came along with a new pc.First put the cd on the cd rom and automatically install all the required drivers.It will work deffenitely.
Providing the CD Rom, is the same software as the sound-card.
If the sound card, is a seperate ( Add-On ) the drivers cd should accompany the card. if there are no drivers with the card. you can usually visit the manufacturers website ( Support centre ) And download the Drivers.
Additionally, you may have to disable the on-board sound-card ( Via The Bios ) and instruct the computer to start up, with the required or installed card.
If you are running an operating system, such as Windows XP, it should automatically detect and install the best drivers for the device. although you may not get full functionability.
If you install from CD Rom, ensure the card is installed first, then insert the CD, and open to find the Icon ( setup.exe Or Similar )