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You never mentioned if you are using a built in on your motherboard or a sound card hardware...
Anyways... If you are using a built in sound card, make sure it is enable on your CMOS/BIOS setup.. And you have installed the right driver for your sound card from the cd driver of your motherboard...
And if you are using a pci sound card, please check if its properly seated on the motherboard (better if you disconnect the sound card from the motherboard... clean its contact point... and insert it properly on the motherboard)...See the model of your sound card... download the latest driver from the internet and install it. If this still did not work, better check on the device manager if the sound card is properly installed, if its not it should have a yellow question mark attached to the sound/multimedia devices..
You can also check if windows xp keeps on detecting windows compatible sound driver..how? first, shutdown your computer.. disconnect your sound card from the motherboard...turn on computer..Right click on My Computer and click properties...Select Hardware and click Device Manager...on the View menu click devices by type...double click the "sound, video and game controllers"....if you don't see from the list the model of your sound card, then try disabling or uninstalling the listed audi driver and or multimedia devices..shutdown your computer..
Now connect your sound card to your motherboard.. turn on the computer..System will detect and add new hardware for your sound card.... install the driver... restart your computer and hear if it makes a log on sounds..
Hope this instruction help you.
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a driver must come along with your sound card..shutdown PC..open casing and insert sound card in appropriate slot..turn PC on...right click My Computer..properties...hardware then device manager..on device manager click action then scan for hardware changes..the new found hardware wizard should pop up upon detecting the newly installed sound card..insert installer CD and follow instructions on the wizard... when finished restart and enjoy..
see first urs usb cabel is well fitted in urs pc or not or wid camera..... if it is fittd well n u r unable to transfer ur photo.....then restsrt urs pc n camera at sm time n see it connected or not....
if all off these methods r useless then transfer urs photoes by using card reader...... but usin carrd reader u can only transfer urs memory card pics...
n also check urs usb slot in pc by attachin urs mobile or ny other device...it works or not.... ask me if it creates more problem.....