Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
There are many ways to recover it
1.reinstall the audio drivers.
2. Run recovery console and reback ur lost audio drivers.
3. if you dont have the audio drivers with you then follow below given process:----
1.you can get your drivers free.
just go to ur motherboard manufacturing site, click on download section click on drivers, enter mother board number and download the drivers free.
2. If you don't know the motherboard drivers name and exact number then connect to internet, uninstall all the old video and audio drivers. then when pop up window says that new hard driver is found then click it and it will automatically install drivers from net Thanks & Regards Pravin Jha
3. If you want to know about your motherboard drivers, then go to desktop
a. right click on my_computer,
b.then select properties, in properties tab click on the HARDWARE tab,
c.then click on the device manager tab, then select and expand the drivers like sound or video which you want to know.
d. right click on the selected sound or display drivers and select its properties.
e. select driver tab and the driver name and version will be before you
Thanks & Regard
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
Did you download or install anything that might tamper around with the audio. If you did then uninstall it and reinstall it, that might help. Alright if that doesn't help then go into Control Panel and click on the Icon that says "Sounds and audio devices." Or something similar.
Play around with the settings and see if your situation improves.You may have to go into the "Audio tab" and set the Sound Playback and default device to what ever your sound card name is. If you dont know what your sound card name is then just play with those settings. Another thing that you could use is system restore.
System restore is in (Start, All programs,Accessories,System tools,System Restore). Restore it to the date that your audio was working fine. System restore wont delete your files or anything.
I have windows xp so things might be different on your computer.
Please rate me a thumbs up if I helped.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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