Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
Is your machine set to update automatically? If so, perhaps Microsoft has sent out a driver update that's incompatible with your particular setup, which isn't a 'new' issue.
Rather than trying to simply load the driver, try the 'rollback driver' option for your sound hardware. If this works, go to Microsoft Update, select the 'custom' option, and wait for it to find all the updates for your system. Find the one in the list that pertains to your sound hardware, and click on the little + sign next to the update; Select "do not show this update again" optino, and close the session. This SHOULD prevent your machine from downloading any further updates to sound hardware, and your sound should work.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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