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Sound problem...??? i have a laptop of Compaq Presario 6604AU having os Vista Home Basic ,But when i want to change its os into XP-2 there is a error in sound ..

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Hi,im josh! in cebu phils. May i help u? It is in the sound card driver built in your o.s. You try to copy the sound card driver your computer used in vista home. just go to start button then go to run then when the dialog box displayed type dxdiag then as it goes display press audio driver.then you copy the sound driver being displayed. and when you install your xp2 you look for that sound driver been used by the vista home.go to the web if needed.but im sure it is built in xp2.just select it. Good luck.

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Still no sound device


This is the XP driver page for your Laptop>
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareList?os=228&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&product=3360308&lang=en

Go to this page and download the audio driver you need.
You will need to know which brand of CPU is in your computer. (AMD or Intel) as there are 2 different drivers....

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No sound device


re install sound driver.

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Sound is not coming


This is the audio driver for your unit. Some machines require that the Microsoft UAA driver be installed first so it wouldn't hurt to download both.

Post your results here.

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LAN and Sound Driver while downgrading from Vista to XP for Compaq B1214TU


Hello.
Did you look in the CDs you got from your pc vendor ?

Look in the documents you got with the pc for the motherboard(main board in your pc) manual, if you don't have the manual
try to locate it in one of the CDs included with the pc.
The important thing is to find out who made your motherboard and what is the model.
Once you know that, go to the manufacturer website, find the drivers for your model( for XP of course), download it and install it in your pc.
Note: when you get the drivers, SAVE it in a CD.

Good luck

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