Question about Acer Aspire 3100-1405 Notebook
I accidently removed a system that opperates the audio in my computor speaker
Go to your vendor's website and see if they don't have the driver for your Audio to download to replace the one you deleted. To determine what kind of driver you need, you can run a program called dxdiag and it will give you a comprehensive detailed list of what hardware you have. Often this will even let you know if there is another problem brewing. Just go to Start and click Run and type in 'dxdiag' (without the quotes) and press enter. You go through a series of dialogue boxes that will help you to test your hardware to make sure it is working properly and will give you a report. Save this to your desktop and look through it. It should be easy to find what you need after that. You can even Google the name and version of your hardware and it should take you to the manufacturer's website. In fact, you should check the drivers for every one of your systems at least twice a year to see if there have been updates. If you update a program without updating the driver for the device it uses you will get conflicts and those are never fun.
Posted on Oct 05, 2007
Install the audio with the help of mainboard cd that came along with your notebook. Or install it from below site: http://drivers.myfreewares.com/driverdownload.php
Posted on Oct 05, 2007
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