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Audio Driver I have no sound. My own fault I removed something in error. I now have a yellow question mark against my C-Media AC97 Audio Device. I tried to use the add hardware but I get code 10 and I don't know what to do from here.

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  • rod_40 Jun 16, 2008

    speakers not working, c-media AC97 Audio device cannot start: error code 10

  • petergphilip Sep 05, 2008

    i too have no sound after reinstalling windows xp, yellow question mark showing on c-media ac97 audio device, code 10. i,m a complete novice on the pc so some easy resolution would be good.

  • Anonymous Sep 25, 2008

    I have no sound. My own fault I removed something in error.

    I now have a yellow question mark against my C-Media AC97 Audio Device.

    I tried to use the add hardware but I get code 10 and I don't know what to do from here.

  • dezaxatul Jan 09, 2009

    yellow card...:|

  • vese_hristov Feb 14, 2009

    I have no audio devise, so I don`t have any soud from my computer.

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I have no sound. My own fault I removed something in error. I now have a yellow question mark against my C-Media AC97 Audio Device. I tried to use the add hardware but I get code 10 and I don't know what to do from here.

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I have no sound. My own fault I removed something in error. I now have a yellow question mark against my C-Media AC97 Audio Device. I tried to use the add hardware but I get code 10 and I don't know what to do from here.

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Is your Audio is on board? Do you have a driver for your Audio? Everytime that happen we accidentaly un instal something you still need a driver again to install your devices esp. on win98

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    micromaster Jun 07, 2008

    Is your Audio is on board? Do you have a driver for your Audio? Everytime that happen we accidentaly un instal something you still need a driver again to install your devices esp. on win98

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    test

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