I think your computer have a problem with the windows some registry will attack with the virus or spy ware... the solution you installed updated anti-virus or if you have no choice no remove the virus you will reformat your computer and reinstalled again and installed anti-virus shield.....
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Re: map drive disconnect
A lot things arise from this particular problem, but, perhaps if you go into mapping properties, and see if disconec function is enable, you can change to disable. another way is assing a fixed letter for this drive.
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Uninstall and reinstall the sound or audio driver.
1. Open device manager and expand the sound, video and game controller 1. For XP: Control panel (classic view)/Systems/Hardware/Device Manager/sound, video and game controller. 2. For Vista:Control panel (classic view)/Device Manager/sound, video and game controller.
2. For Win 7:Control panel (small icons)/Device Manage/sound, video and game controller.
2. Right click on the sound and game controller and uninstall the driver (usually the name of the driver is realtek high definition audio driver). 3. Restart the NB. The driver will automatically be reinstalled. 4. Test the sound.
Are you searching Audio drivers for XP, Vista or Windows 7 ?
For Vista and Windows 7 you can follow the link to make it work. You will have to download the drivers for Win XP and follow the instruction on this given page link to make your drivers work on Vista/Win 7
It might be true, since the sound card was made for the Win9k kernel. It differs from NT Kernel in the core. The 9k kernel's core is MS-DOS and the NT Kernel has it's very own core. Usually 95/98/ME software does work in XP and if it doesn't, can be updated to a newer version. But hardware is a different thing. You should first check if there's an updated version of your driver for Windows XP, but I prefer to a hardware problem, since two of the speakers work and the others don't. I recommend buying a new sound card if there isn't an updated version of your driver.
If you mean the xp/vista/win 7 installation cd's then you have to make your own. The manual that came with the pc will give you the information that you need. If it's xp it will be 1 dvd, vista needs 2 dvd's or 7 cd's, i'm not sure about win 7. As for the sound, what you could do is to drop the drivers for the sound card and reboot the pc, this will refresh the connection between hardware & software. To drop the drivers you need to go to start>>right click my computer>>properties>>hardware tab>>devise manager>>click on + sign next to "sound, video & game controllers & look for the sound card. Do not remove codecs, just the sound card then reboot.
please check out in my computer systems device manager if anything in the sound section is in red or yellow remove it. unless win xp was made for your laptop the drivers are not there. you need to go to compaq web site and download your drivers.
Speakers do not need drivers usually.
What else do they do other than play sounds?
Check the content of the disk. and tell me I am curious.
Meanwhile if there is a program your the speakers load it then right click on the icon and then properties then compatibility and read on.
or Go to My Computer/Help and type = program compatibility.
You will discover a device to get XP to read programs as for 98.