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Re: No sound Device
Choose your sound card from one of these links and download it and finally install it.
www.opendrivers.com/category/17/soundcard-free-driver-download.html www.driverskit.com/ soundcard.free-driver-download.com/
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Please let me know the Model # of your Computer or the name of the Sound Card installed in your Computer.
You can uninstall the Driver from the Device Manager Window.. To access Device Manager Window, please open Run command by pressing Windows+R Key and type devmgmt.msc , then press Enter. Locate Audio Device under Sound Audio and Video Controllers, Right click and select Uninstall..
Firstly just try and reboot your system, sometimes the soundcard become corrupted with shared files. If this fails then go to microsoft support and search for the driver of the soundcard nominated in your device manager. I had this problem for a while and had to keep rebooting the system, then it suddenly fixed itself, probably created by a windows update.
First check your audio device in the device manager, and then go through all the sound settings in the control panel. Here is how: http://www.pcauthorities.com/windows-xp/how-to-troubleshoot-sound-problems-in-windows-xp
Actually the problem is incorrect installation of Drivers.........so firstly uninstall the drivers from ur CONTROL PANEL and re-install it once again...........if the problem is same, then re-install the XP operating system sp2 with different CD serial and then drivers..... CAUTION: see thst there is no virus exists in ur HARD DISK.......
Right Click, My Computer icon, click Manage, a window opens up, called Computer Management window. click Device Manager, and check on the right hand side of the window if there is any yellow exclamation mark, or a red X.
Tell me this much, and ill guide you to solve this problem
Thanks for asking for solution,I would require some additional info.
1. Does windows media player give you an error while playing the file ?
2. Is the problem only in windows media player ? eg, are you getting windows startup sound.
In the meantime try system restore , take the computer back to the date when it was working fine.
ps: do let me know the make of the sound card and which windows operating system you are using
Go back into your device manager. Rught click on your sound card or sound device and say uninstall. After it is uninstalled, don't close device manager. Go to very top to your your computer's name or my computer if you didn't name it. Right click and click on scan for hardware changes. Windows will find your device and reinstall in a second. This will give you cack your volume control and sound.