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Re: i want a driver for my pcket PC
Hey there, I suggest you go the manufacturer of you motherboard's website. Under support or downloads, you should find the driver you need for the onboard sound. For the DVD problem, assuming you have a DVD and not a CD drive, my first suggestion would be to go to bios setup and ensure the relevant IDE or SATA connector is enabled. Has it ever worked? Are you new to this computer? What has been changed on pc recently?Please respond if you have no luck.
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Many of the new sound cards and especially sound cards on OEM do not support digital speakers without buying additional connectors. (Not sure why. I have these same great speakers for years and they are wonderful.
- Check if your sound card ha an SPDIF connection option.
- Check the speakers in the device manager to see if you can toggle the "digital" option.
- I also have read that some versions of the BA 735 have an analog option on the back of the subwoofer if you need to bypass digital. (mine don't, so I don't know if this is accurate)
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.
Friend first you have to check on your recycle bin if those files you have deleted is still there, if it is still there you have to restore those files.
If you are using sound card and you have your driver with you just install the driver and carefully read and follow its instructions. then there you go.
If your PC has a built inn sound card and if you are using windows OS and you have a windows media player driver then install it by carefully reading the instructions.
After doing this restart your computer and you can use again your speakers.
P.S. if this is be of help please rate me. Thanks!
Well, if you have a DVD-ROM, all you need is a video card with a s-video out to connect to your TV and then you could put your DVD player in your room and play your DVD's from your PC.
Another way to do it (without having to buy anything) is to connect the sound of your DVD player to a stereo receiver and then plug the sub into the headphone jacks and the speakers to the sub.