Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
My Built-in sound driver was lost, when I installed the Windows XP Service Pack 3 and I select a ( Install A New Version)
Go to START / ALL PROGRAMS / ACCESSORIES / RUN.
In the command window type compmgnt.msc Under
System Tools click DEVICE MANAGER.
In the Device Manager click Sound, video, and game controllers.
Expand the tree by clicking on the (+) plus sign then select the
name of your sound device. Click Driver, then click Update Driver.
If it fails to update go to Windows Update by clicking
START / ALL PROGRAMS / WINDOWS UPDATE
Let it scan your computer and you'll want hardware under
Optional Updates. Your last choice is to go to the homepage
of your sound device's manufacturer.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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