Yes, i already did that way, but it can't be uninstall. the error message said "failed to uninstall the device. the device may be required to back up the comp". what's that mean?? i really don't understand.. can you help me? thx a lot.
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You can double check if the audio driver is already properly installed or not, Open Device manager and look for the audio device there you should see something like Realtek or any High def audio device there if its not listed there it only means one thing that the audio driver is not yet installed properly. so you need to reinstall the driver, but if its there right click the audio device and select uninstall and once its gone restart the computer to reinstall it back and check if the sound is already working fine....
Try uninstalling the driver and restart pc, goto start, control panel, (if you haven't already, chainge it over to classic view) double click on "system" click on the tap "hardware" click on device manager, go to sound,vido and game controllers, right click on your audio divers, click delete, restart pc to reinstall the drivers, please let me know if this doesn't work we will go a differant direction.
Intel Desktop Board D945GCNL HD Audio Controller 5605 Windows Vista(32/64)/XP(32/64)/2000
Installs the Realtek audio driver version 5605 for Intel® Desktop Boards.
IMPORTANT: Audio drivers may fail to install in Windows* XP 64-Bit Edition. Symptoms may include error messages, such as "Error in installation" or "Unknown error". Microsoft's Update for Windows XP x64 Edition (KB901105) fixes this issue. After installing this update, the audio drivers for Windows XP 64-Bit Edition will successfully install.
Try this..1.Try to uninstall the USB adapter and re install it again. To do this go to Add/Remove Programs under Control Panel and find the usb adapter your install in this case its Alfa Wireless USB Adapter and uninstall it and restart your computer after uninstallation.
2. Remove the USB adapter while restarting and insert it again until windows already loaded and all windows startup program have all been started.
3. System will look for the system driver of USB adapter and it will prompt you for the driver location in this window do not choose the recomended instead click browse and locate the driver cd and look for driver folder and select the applicable driver for your operating system such as WinXP if your using XP.
4. If there is no driver folder in cd, go to my computer, explore cd and run setup or install this will install the pending driver installation.
is there any other way to solve the audio problem? after i install win xp sp3 in my acer aspire 5550,i get stuck in installing audio driver.i have download the driver from many website even in acer.com, but still cant solve it..please give me some idea..