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If there is no sound card. Probably it was disabled the sound and maybe there is no really sound card was installed. To make it short buy a PCI sound card, turn off your computer and install the card to PCI slot and turn on your computer and your computer will detect that there is a found new hardware. Ignore it and insert the cd installer and install the driver of your sound card. If it's ask you to restart just restart your computer to update its system. In case that there is a built in sound on your computer check your motherboard model and search for the driver from their official website and download and install, if you download the correct driver it will automatically installed your sound and your sound will be working. Have a nice day!
You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. Windows may have the driver built-in. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s Web site.
In the device Properties dialog box, click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver to start the Hardware Update Wizard. Follow the instructions to install the driver.
you probably need a new driver since the format, try going to windows update first and choose custom install, then look click on review available updates, look for the optional updates under hardware, this is where you'll find all the latest for your system. Click on the boxes to select them for installation and uncheck what you dont want. Let windows install them and reboot to make sure they take. You should have sound when they are done.
You need to update or reinstall the driver for the sound card.Your computer manufacturer support and drivers will have your driver for the sound card if its OEM with your computer. Just enter your computer modal number operating system find the right driver and install as instructed. If you have a problem let me know make and modal of computer and sound card if not OEM. and I will try to find the driver. Please rate me mysleuth
First Make sure your PC has access to the internet
Click "Start" --> "Control Panel" Double click on "System" --> "Hardware" --> "Device Manager" Search for your "Sound Card" under "Sound, Video and Game Controllers" If there is a problem you will see an exclamation mark over the top of the symbol Right Click and Select "Update Driver" If you have the correct sound driver disk or driver disk that came with the pc insert this now and select "no not this time" then "install driver automatically" Alternatively Select "Yes this time only" to allow windows to search the internet If the driver is found windows will install it and may ask for a restart
If the updated driver is not found, follow the above instructions but do not select "Update Driver" select "Properties" and under the "General" tab your sound device and manufacturer is displayed
first you need to know what model of your sound card then try to search it on webpage sample: "download sound card driver 'your sound card model' " or if you are using Windows Vista heres the Step:
1. Right click My Computer
2. Go to Device Manager or click it on the left pane
3. Then look for Sound, Video and Game Controllers
4. Right click then Click UPDATE Driver
5. Then Choose what your desire you can try it all then it will uide you how to update driver
6. when it done restart your computer
If your SoundCard is build in install the driver of your mother board if your sound card is not build in install the driver of your sound card or you can run windows live update but you must be online hope i can help with your problem : p
Usually if its onboard sound or a sound card that came stock with your system Windows Update should be able to find it; go into device manager and uninstall your sound device…then reboot and allow Windows to find your sound device then allow Windows to search Windows Update for the driver (this might take a minute).