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Volume error no sound card or mixer

Can I down load a sound card from another computer if I can how would I do it my computer with the problem is packard bell desktop windows xp home edition but my laptop which I would download the xp sound card is is vista

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  • juliafoster8 Jun 11, 2009

    Thanks went onto packard bell web site downloaded driver like you said with the serial number of my desk top and it worked i have now got sound

    Thanks again for all the help

  • Tom
    Tom May 11, 2010

    Software or Hardware ?



    You dont download a Sound Card you install one as a hardware option?



    You can download "Drivers" for a sound card onto any PC to make copies which you can then use on your Desktop or Laptop



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I am assuming that you are referring to a sound card driver, not a sound card itself (can't download hardware). If you know where to get the driver, you can download it with any computer. Just make sure you get the one for the oeprating system you will be installing it on. Simply copy the downloaded driver file to removable media (floppy disk if it is small enough, flash drive, CD, etc) or transfer it over a newtork. If it is an embedded sound controller on the motherboard, you will need to download it from the Packard Bell website. Make sure you get the one for your specific computer model. If it is an add-in card, you may need to get the driver from that manufacturer. Again, you will need to know the specific model of the card to get the proper driver.

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This has to do with a WinXP WIndows Update perhaps.

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