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Audio device don't work

I install window xp pack 2 and my audio device dont't work; I try to download it againg and a error( this machine does NOT support)

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Hi,
please download and install microsoft UAA driver after downloading it then install your audio driver.

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Audio system of my laptop is not working. it shows error code 18 when i try to re - install it and shows error code 88780078 when I try to play any track


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Let your computer install the best audio device and detect your sound device.

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The latest version of realtek would need SP3.. but then uninstall it and reinstall it againg.. it should work. Download the realtek software here... http://www.brothersoft.com/realtek-high-definition-audio-driver-65158.html
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There is really only 1 way to install the Realtek HD Audio drivers properly. No matter what all other forums say. Service Pack 3 is the main culprit as the drivers see that its above SP2 and dont install. I personally face this situation and was really distressed because it looked like either i will have to reinstall Windows Xp or have my new supercool and super monster computer without sound. Imagine having a monster PC with a motherboard with HD Audio and your driver doesnt install.
Both scenarios were something which i would never have approved of. Anyway so i Googled. I got 10s of solutions but most didnt work. Only 1 worked and i will put it here hoping that Google dear will catch it and people who face this problem installing the Realtek HD Audio 0xE000027.
  1. First Step is to make sure all instances Realtek Audio and its associative softwares are uninstalled from add remove programs and device manager. This includes Intel High Definition audio.
  2. On your PC change the CSDVersion registry key to Windows XP SP2:
    HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows\CSDVersion value=200
This problem arises as the patch thinks that SP3 includes a better version of the patch itself and hence doesn’t install itself.
3. Download the latest drivers from the Intel website, navigate to the KB888111 patch.
4. But before installing the patch, goto your device manager and disable the UAA. Now uninstall the UAA.
5. Install your patch now.
6. Install the Realtek drivers now and things should work.
7. Change the SP version to 300 again.
If it didnt work, try once again. Hopefully Error 0xE000027 is fixed now.

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Audio driver instalation


Hi,
Here is a list of things to try:
Note: Start with #s: 6, 7, and 9

1. Uninstall and reinstall the sound drivers

2. Install K-lite codec pack http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail...d/1094057842/2

3. Start > Programs > K-Lite Codec Pack > Configuration > Codec Tweak Tool and check the box next to [Registry] Fix non-working system sound

4. Make sure the volumes are not set to zero and that nothing is on mute Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices > under Device Volume, click on Advanced

5. Make sure that everything in Device Manager is fine (no yellow or red marks) Control Panel > System > Hardware tab > Device Manager

6. fixnoflashsound.reg (just click on the link and install it) http://files.filefront.com/fixnoflas.../fileinfo.html

7. netvol.reg (use Internet Explorer to click on the link and install it) http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/regs_edits/netvol.reg

8. If possible, make sure Digital Output Only is not check marked (not all cards support Digital Output Only) http://tomebling.home.comcast.net/~t...oundConfig.jpg

9. Confirmed the presence of msacm32.drv and msacm32.dll
Search for these files in C:\Windows\System32
If you don’t have it, download it from here:
http://www.filesavr.com/msacm32


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for %x in (C:\WINDOWS\System32\*.dll) do regsvr32 /s %x


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The Audio driver has little to do with the OS (Operating System- windows) It is a board fixture or a hardware addition, and therefore requires teh drivers as supplied by the manufacturer of the equipment. Find out the name of the component or the motherboard and either google it for its drivers or go to the manufactures website and look under support for the drivers you need.
By the way, its not very clever to make abreviations in two letter words!

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remove the space and the link will work.

http://www.bram.us/2008/08/20/fix-to-the-hd-audio-bus-driver-failed-to-load -0xe0000227-realtek-high-definition-audio-driver-install-has-failed-errors/

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