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WINDOWS 7 DEVICE DRIVERS PROBLEM Windows 7 should automatically install device drivers for the Audio, Video and Network. If you are unable to find/download a device driver that works on your computer and your computer is connected to the Internet then - 1. Remove the driver that isn't working if it was installed. 2. Set Win-7 "Windows Device Installation" to 'AUTO' 3. Windows will automatically search the Internet for the driver. 4. Reboot your computer.
try a different usb drive. if you are using win 7 or vista uninstall that device driver you downloaded. if its xp re install your usb drivers from the windows site just go to your device manager win 7 vista click on computer sys prop device manager see if drive is connected hit update driver or roll back. same with usb system on win xp right click my comp. go to prop, then device manager let me know if this helps. but really important to make sure that you are plugged into a usb port in the back of the pc not thru a hub
Uninstall and reinstall the sound or audio driver.
1. Open device manager and expand the sound, video and game controller 1. For XP: Control panel (classic view)/Systems/Hardware/Device Manager/sound, video and game controller. 2. For Vista:Control panel (classic view)/Device Manager/sound, video and game controller.
2. For Win 7:Control panel (small icons)/Device Manage/sound, video and game controller.
2. Right click on the sound and game controller and uninstall the driver (usually the name of the driver is realtek high definition audio driver). 3. Restart the NB. The driver will automatically be reinstalled. 4. Test the sound.
reinstall drivers for your sound card.
1) go to start.
2) right clic on my computer
3) if you have vista or win.7 click on device manager and if you have windows xp, click on hardware and then and device manager.
4) once you get there. look for sound, video and game controllers and double click it to espand it.
5) it will depend on your sound card , but you will find something like high definicion audio. right click it and unistall.
warning! . just unistall it dont delete the driver sofware.
6) last step . reboot your computer and when the computer turn on automatically reload the divers again. if does not. just follow the steps 1-4 and just right click. and scan for hardware changes
For PSP Go owners, a very cool feature is the ability to pair
bluetooth devices with the system. This recipe will show you how to
toggle between outputting audio between the PSP Go’s speakers/headphone
jack and a bluetooth headset/speaker.
1. Pair your bluetooth device with your PSP Go.
-Go to Settings > Bluetooth Device Settings
-Be sure to turn the Bluetooth Connection ON. Then select Manage Bluetooth Devices.
-Click on Register New Devices; put your headset into pairing mode and pair it with the PSP Go by following the onscreen prompts.
2. Once your headset/device is paired. Be sure to leave the Bluetooth Connection on.
3. Finally, open up the music player or a game and when you want to switch between the PSP Go’s speaker or your headset, just hold the Audio button on top for about 7 seconds. It will change the volume icon w/a bluetooth icon and audio on your PSP Go should start outputting via your headset.
To toggle back to speakers/headphones, again hold the audio button for about 7 seconds and it will switch back.
This should work with any bluetooth headset and does not require it being a stereo headset (ie any $5 headset should work).
Go to the Broadcom website to get their driver update installer. The link is http://www.broadcom.com/support/bluetooth/update.php Download the file to your computer. Make sure to follow the instructions to save and not run if you have Win 7. Attach you A320 to the computer and start the software. It will discover your device, validate, and install the correct drivers. I did this and then paired my computer and Motorola VU204 phone as a test. All was working. Now I just need a pair of stereo headphone so I can go wireless.