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I cant get sound from my cpu when I click on the speaker icon It says no audio ouput device installed, operating on windows vista/ intel pentium D processor 820/T5224 desktop PC any suggestions I tried unistalling audio controller and reinstalling it did not work i Tried to ddownload Sigmatel HD Audio Driver Version 6.10.0.5274 the Response was:device object not present My CPU Processor: 2.8GHz Pentium D 820 Memory: 1GB DDR2 Storage: 250GB hard drive Optical Drives: 16x double-layer DVD±RW Monitor: 17-inch wide-screen LCD Graphics: Integrated Intel GMA 950 Operating System: Windows Vista Home Premium 4006158R - Intel (Coryville) 945G motherboard 4006160R - Intel (Council Bluffs) 945G motherboard 4006159R - Systemboard Intel G965 uATX, w/ 1394, 10/100 1014162 - T5224 - ECS 1014162 - T5224 - FIC

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  • tlittle1986 May 31, 2009

    i went to intel to Choose the exact Model Of The Motherboard to download and install the LATEST DRIVER SOFTWARE it said that there was no download for the 4006158R - Intel (Coryville) 945G motherboard

  • tlittle1986 Jun 01, 2009

    what is the link

  • tlittle1986 Jun 01, 2009

    cannot locate ic chip near speaker out terminal on processor

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Hey Hi,

Firstly You Need To Completely Uninstall The Audio Driver Software Using The Following Uninstaller Software. Click On The Link Below And Download And Install The Uninstaller Software.

Click Here To Download Uninstaller Software

Delete %TEMP% & PREFETCH files After Removing The Audio Drivers.

Start --> Run --> %temp% --> Delete All Files.
Start --> Run --> prefetch --> Delete All Files.

Restart You System..

Click On The Link Below To Download And Install The Latest Driver Software From Intel Website.

INTEL DESKTOP MOBO DRIVER DOWNLOAD

Choose the exact Model Of The Motherboard and download and install the LATEST DRIVER SOFTWARE...

You may take help from INTEL CHAT SUPPORT as well.

INTEL CHAT SUPPORT

After visiting the link below click on the DESKTOP MOTHERBOARD and scroll down the page and you will see the LIVE CHAT SUPPORT BOX so kindly take their assistance if you need....

Posted on May 31, 2009

  • Vick
    Vick May 31, 2009

    Well in that case you need to really get the AA NUMBER of the motherboard you have so that we can use that and get the exact drivers details for your system...

    Or you can visit the following DELL LINK and then click on the CURRENT SYSTEM CONFIGURATION TAB which would be in right hand side and then it would take you to System Information Window where u need to click on I AGREE and then install a small ADD ON tool which would analyze your system then click on the HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE options and it will tell u the exact configuration of your system... just check details of the MOTHERBOARD and immediately reply back to the post..


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