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Audio Device there are no active mixer devices available of hardware in my computer hp typ , windows xp 2000

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  • Anonymous May 08, 2009

    i have a dell inspiron 1501, and when i try to use ay sound or volume control it saya i need to install active audio miver devices from control panel, add hardware and when i try this, it does not work.

    I have tried downloading alot of different drivers and programmes, and none have helped, most of the drivers say i need the correct mixer, and othrs just dont install.

    i am out of options now and i need my sound to do my work in editing

    PLEASE help me with this problem, an easy fix or not!!!!!!!!!

    I have tryed all the simple and a few advanced ways, please help


  • Saroj Sharma
    Saroj Sharma May 11, 2010

    When it gives this message it means that the audio drivers are not installed.Please provide details of your systems OS and the sound card. so that I can help you better.


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Click on Start > Run. Then type services.msc. Browse down till Windows Audio. Click on "Start this service". Now try testing it by opening a song or opening Volume Control.

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Use windows update

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windows update

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Hallo,after update windows xp my volume control will not open simply because is says there is not active mixer devices available. and then it talls me that i need to install the mixer device at the add...


If you are intrested in uninstalling the update the you have 2 options.
I aint sure about what the active mixer is. Must be a driver malfunction or something.

You can go to the laptop manufacturer website and download the driver for the sound card and check if it works otherwise

Go to Control Panel -> Add/ Remove programs -> In the top you wil have an option which says show updates. It will show all the updates and you can uninstall the latest windows XP update.

else

Go to Start->All Programs -> Accesories -> System tools -> System restore and restore to a date earlier than 1 week.

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