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I have installed the driver for my Dic Smith Electronics (Australia) F7051 USB Phone and when i go to 'Devices and Printers' And double click on my phone it says under audio input device:
'This Device Cannot Start (Code 10)'
How Do i get it to start, and where can i look up the code number???Please Can I have Appropriate answers!!Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I beleive that this code is being displayed under the Device Status in the Properties window of the DVD Drive in Device Manager.
If it is so, you need to do some modifications with the Registry to resolve the issue and I am sure that the issue will be resolved with this.
However, since you had not specified the Operating System which is installed in the Notebook is Vista or XP.
However, I am providing the links which includes the steps for both Vista and XP to edit the registry to resolve the issue with Error Code 10 with the DVD Drive in your Notebook.
Removing Upper and Lower Filter in XP :
You need to perform the steps listed under Advanced Troubleshooting to delete the Upper and Lower filters.
Removing Upper and Lower Filter in Vista :
You need to perform the steps listed under Resolution in the link above.
You may not find both the Upper and Lower filters according to the instructions links provided above.
Delete the ones among the Upper filter or Lower filter or both which you find in the locations mentioned.
This should solve the issue...
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
Install your audio driver for your motherboard.
Go to Asus Downloads
In the "Input Model to Search" box in the upper left, type your motherboard model. (P6T)
Click the Search Info button.
You will get a page that has 6 versions of the P6T motherboard. Select the correct one.
A window will open asking for your operating system. Select it from the drop-down menu. Click Search.
The list of available drivers will open. Click the x next to Audio.
There are 3 choices. 2 are for Reatek and 1 is SoundMAX. I would try the top Realtek driver first.
Click on the "Global" link to download it. When the Download window opens, Save it to your computer where you know how to access it after the download. For ease, you can select Desktop and save it there.
After the download, close all programs and run (double-click) the file you downloaded. Reboot after the install.
Should this driver not work, comment back and we'll try the SoundMAX.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
You can get the drivers from the link below.Although it shows as Vista, it is also compatible with XP. Give it a try and let me know if it works
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
Check device manager (right click on my computer, select properties, click the hardware tab and then the device manager button). If the sound card is not listed or has a ? or ! on it, go to toshiba's web site and download the drivers to install.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 02, 2009
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