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MY SYSTEM IS NOT ABLE TO PLAY SOUND AND AFTER BOOTING IT SHOWS ME FOUND NEW HARDWARE(PCI DEVICE)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PCI adapter did not install
I don't know how you could have installed the drivers BEFORE you installed the hardware... Shut down and UNPLUG the system; REMOVE the new PCI card, then hook up the power and boot the system back to the Desktop. Check the Device Manager to be sure you're not showing any problems; if everything seems back to normal, shut down and unplug the system a second time, then install the PCI card again, restore power, and prepare to reboot the system. Be SURE that ALL of the PCI cards are fully seated in the slots, and that the main power cable (from the PSU) is fully seated in the connector; IOW, check the system just to be sure that nothing has come loose while you've been working inside the case. Next, boot the system again; Windows SHOULD detect the new PCI card during bootup, though it might NOT request drivers, if they are already embedded within XP itself... Once you get back to the Desktop, open the Device Manager and check to be sure that the new card has been detected and properly installed. If you see any question marks, error messages, or exclamation marks, take detailed notes, and post that information here, so we can help you troubleshoot the problem... Good luck; I can only give you general advice about this, because you didn't provide any specific details about your new hardware, but with a little luck, you'll get everything working without any more heartburn...
Posted on Mar 31, 2007
You just have to look for a "low-profile" PCI card. Creative makes one, Audigy SE SB0570LPVP
Search that for a vendor, or low-profile for other manufacturers.
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
Go to the above site and download the drivers for your sound card
or this site
either of them could work
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
SOURCE: PCI device and SM Bus controller
You need to go into the BIOS, just tap F8 on startup, and navigate to the sound settings, by using the arrow keys etc. Then press enter on that and it'll let you choose between PCI sound or the onboard sound. Choose PCI, press enter, Save to CMOS and Exit.
The sound should work now, provided you have installed the driver for the sound card.
Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
SOURCE: pci card drivers
you would need to get all the drivers for your laptop from the IBM website and install all of them. If you cant find them or need further help please post back and let me know.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
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