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Just copy and paste the above link in your address bar, it will bring you to the file download site. It would be helpful if you have a free 7-zip program or WINRAR or other file extracting program to open the file once download. Or download from compaq site
Not much offered at Compaq's driver site for XP. For the modem driver, try the link below, it says it's for Vista, but it should work. If it doesn't then you will need the make and model of the modem, then go to the manufacturer's site or driverguide.com for the drivers, and the same for the wireless, make and model, manufacturer's site or driver guide. To be honest with you, modems are just about obsolete, unless you have dial up at home, you'll probably never use it.
Here's a link to Compaq's XP driver page for the 770tu. There's not much there. What you may have to do is find out the make and model of the sound card (wireless card for the other person with the wireless issue) and go to the manufacturer's site or driverguide.com search at driver guide by the scrd's make and model. You may be able to find some drivers at driver guide by the machine model as well. I've put XP in a couple of Toshibas that I had to open up to find the sound card type, you may also be able to find the type in the device manager or at Compaq's support site under the system configuration.
My laptop model is compaq presario c754tu, I have installed Windows Vista Business, and the audio is working fine, but the internal mic and external microphone both work together........i want to mute the internal mic..... how i can do it ? please reply me on my email id i.e. email@example.com
The internal speakers should automatically be disconnected by inserting a 3.5mm jack plug in the audio out socket. It may be that your headphones or external speakers are using a 2.5mm jack which is too small to operate the switches in the audio out socket. Purchase a 3.5mm jack plug [cheap] and plug this in if it disconnects the laptops internal speakers then you need to connect accesories with the correct size plug.