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It doesn't produce sound after being formated from vista to window xp

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You need to download and install the audio driver.

Try the two drivers below:

Conexant High Definition Audio Driver (for AMD)

download C739 audio driver

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Format hard drive


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To "format C" means to format the the C drive, or the primary partition that Windows or your other operating system is installed on. When you format C, you erase the operating system and other information on the C drive.
However, it's not a straightforward process to format C. You can't format the C drive like you can format another drive in Windows because you're within Windows when you perform the format. To format C from within Windows would be like lifting a chair in the air while sitting on it - you can't do it.
The solution is to format C from outside of Windows, meaning you need a way to format a drive from somewhere other than your Windows installation. The easiest way to do this is to boot to an operating system (with formatting abilities) from a CD/DVD/BD drive, flash drive, or floppy drive.
This might all sound very complicated but it's actually quite easy to format C. Below are 5 completely free ways to format your C drive:
Note: If you're trying to format your C drive because you want to replace or reinstall Windows, you do not need to format C ahead of time. Formatting is done automatically during the Windows installation. Skip this article entirely and instead see How To Clean Install Windows.
Important: Formatting your C drive does not permanently erase the data on the drive. If you want to completely erase the information on the C drive, see Option 5 below, Wipe the Drive Clean With Data Destruction Software.
1. Format C From a Windows Setup Disc
The easiest way to format C is by completing part of a Windows installation. It's not easiest as far as number of steps goes, but since most of us have a Windows Setup DVD lying around, we have easy access to a means to format drives outside of Windows.
Important: You can only format C this way using a Windows 7 Setup disc or a Windows Vista Setup disc.
However, it doesn't at all matter what Windows operating system is on your C drive, including Windows XP. The only requirement is the disc you use to format C - either a Windows 7 or a Windows Vista Setup DVD. Feel free to borrow a friend's disc if you'd like to try this method but you only have Windows XP... or some other operating system.
2. Format C From a System Repair Disc
If you don't have access to a Windows Setup DVD, but you do still have access to a working copy of Windows 7, you can create a System Repair Disc and then boot to that disc and format C from there.
You can only format C using a System Repair Disc if you have access to Windows 7 to create the System Repair Disc. If you don't have access to Windows 7, find someone who does and create the repair disc from their computer.
Note: A System Repair Disc created from Windows 7 can format a C drive that has any Windows operating system on it, including Windows XP or Windows Vista.
3. Format C From Recovery Console
If you have a Windows XP Setup CD, you can format C from the Recovery Console.
The biggest caveat here is that you must also have Windows XP installed on your C drive. However, if you don't have access to Windows 7 or Windows Vista, this option may be your best to format C.
This Recovery Console method to format C also applies to Windows 2000. Recovery Console does not exist in Windows Vista or later, nor does it exist in Windows ME, Windows 98, or earlier.

Dec 14, 2011 | Samsung R580JBB2 Notebook

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My computer just stop to producing sound from speakers even the welcoming window xp sound,


Hi,

The audio driver might have been corrupted. You just need to download the appropriate audio driver for your motherboard. Go to the Device Manager and install all missing drivers for "Unknown Devices". Either connect to the internet or use the driver disc which came with your motherboard.

For those who doesn't know how to access Device Manager, please follow the steps below.

For Windows XP:
Start -> Run -> Type devmgmt.msc (in the box) -> Right click Unknown device -> Properties -> Driver tab -> Update driver

For Windows Vista and Windows 7
Start -> Type devmgmt.msc (in the start search box) -> Right click Unknown device -> Properties -> Driver tab -> Update driver

Hope this helps.

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My laptop is intel celeron and its basic windows is windows vista when i installed windows xp in it its sound is gone


Did you format and reinstall Windows XP from a clean install? You will need to do that and then pull an XP driver. Chances are if Toshiba designed your system with a factory OS of Vista they didnt put the XP driver for your system on their support pages. YOu will need to pull the specifications for your exact model and see the manufacturer of your sound device/card. Then go to the manufacturers website to obtain the drivers for XP.

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How do i uninstall windows vista like windows


you cant uninstall it...once u have it on there u can only format as mentioned above. its not that bad...however, win 7 is awsome....give it a try.

Nov 02, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Please solve My problem-fujitsu V1020 Lifebook formated Vista then setup windows XP P2. sound detect but show message Error Code and PCI not detect.help me please.thanks


you cant able to the vista sound to xp the driver the company will give you only vista driver cd so get the sound drive for xp - download more than 3 diffrent sound driver for your pci slot realtec audio from internet and install it and it may works.

Jun 10, 2009 | Fujitsu LifeBook Notebook

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No sound after reinstall windows xp sp3.


you cannot downgrade from Vista to Xp unless you format your hard drive or install xp on another partition check your device manager for yellow marks on sound devices and update your sound drivers

Nov 08, 2008 | Lenovo Computers & Internet

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Windows media player sound


did you correctly formated your pc? have you install the motheboard cd driver for audio? try that and see what happen.

cheers

CHARCOIS

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