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My asus a6000 doesn't seem to notice it's internal speakers

I can't listen to anything except for that annoying beep from the system device. I have the drivers (possibly not the right ones) but i got the laptop secondhand. after about a year or so of reliable service it had been hit with a virus. So naturally, i reformatted it.
The problem is that in the control panel it says everything under audio devices ( codecs, drivers, etc) all are working properly, however when i go to the devices pane my laptop says there isn't any recording OR audio playback devices.
On top of that the headphone jack doesn't do me justice either.
No audio, whatsoever.

WHAT IS GOING ON?!
Will accept all help
Cheers

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  • nathanwharer Jun 19, 2009

    True, true... yet i'm not sure which driver is the right one for an asus a6000. I don't have all the right ones since i never was given the recovery disc so i've looked up countless sites and downloaded driver robot and driver detective so not quite sure where to go for proper asus a6000 drivers..?


  • nathanwharer Jun 19, 2009

    ooh, this is relevant to my interests...
    i haven't tried this yet so will do, just xp on my comp
    cheers!


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Well I, generally reboot my comp when this stuff goes wack. I'm guessing you tried that. Also, let it stay off for a while. Try reinstalling the driver, updating the driver, and/or downloading a new one. Please rate, if I was helpful.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

  • Haven Stapleton
    Haven Stapleton Jun 19, 2009

    http://driverscollection.com/?H=A6000 Series (A6G)&By=ASUS
    See if that's one you've used, and what version? Vista, xp or less?


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    Haven Stapleton Jun 19, 2009

    Let me know how the situation unfolds. Thanks!

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