Question about Lenovo ThinkPad R60 with Wireless Wide Area Network (ThinkPad R60_WWAN_Standard_123N)
Audio Driver for GX 520 Dell
Posted on Dec 24, 2011
Make sure that you know the model of your motherboard and the chipset number. now connect to the internet and search for the driver of your motherboard. look for the chipset driver and install it on your pc. this will solve your problem.
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Posted on Feb 14, 2008
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Fix Driver Solution In Windows-Start-Control-Panel-Device Manager then search through the list for the element of distress. If it's Audio, it is in the Sound-Video-Game Controllers whereby left clicking on that section will open up a window indicating your electronic devices. A video Camera-Sound Source may show up and if you Right Click on that line you get a message Update Software? You will get another option the Search On-Line Note-you must have internet access for this feature- and say yes, and allow a search to ensue. If you have the Best Driver installed a message stating so will appear- if not you will get an updated driver and it will be installed for you automatically. The other method is to go to the Manufactures Web Site and Support area. Input the necessary data re Model, etc. and look for Drivers. Update ALL new drivers at the same time and install them accordingly.
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