I have one old Compaq but sound card don't have driver.I search with sum driver search programs but didn't worked.I know that sound card worked because with umbuto everything is fine but with XP nothing?
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Old computers can be cured with old tricks... No that doesn't sound right. You probably set your resolution so high that your monitor does not register.
A solution includes pressing F8 on boot until you hear a beep (That means, "I got it, stop pushing" and select Enable VGA Mode. This will enable basic video driver reset to 640x480; because your computer is so old, you should stick with 1024x768 as your highest resolution for a 15 inch CRT or LCD. Always check the manual of the monitor for what resolutions it supports. Your PC cannot even accept another monitor. Specs seem antiquated. Please invest in a new PC soon.
if this is not what you are referring to http://download.cnet.com/2000-20_4.html on the home page you should see a search tab just type in what you are looking for eg: motherboard name sound drivers you might have to try a few times to get it right hope it helps
Hi there. My name is Alex and I am here to help try and solve your problem.
Its not easy to find XP drivers for the latest compaq notebooks. To help find the exact model number for your sound driver, you will need to download a program such as (AIDA32 or Everest) which gives you a detailed listing of the hardware installed on your notebook. Once you have installed one of these programs, open it and select sound card. You will then find the exact name for the sound card installed in your machine. Once you have the name, look on that manafacture's website and see if you can download it. If you can't then you can download drivers from http://www.driverguide.com This website requires a free registration.
I hope I have been some assistance to this problem. Please let me know if you experience any more problems.