I WOULD RECOMMEND to install mother chipset driver CD available to u If u dont have it then goto the above link and match which hardware u have in ur system for sound card and install the selective sofware... Take care and best of luck Waiting for ur reply
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Using Shift+Delete to remove files/folders bypasses the recycle bin which is your normal means of recovering accidentally deleted files. You can go to download.com and search for file recovery programs. Some are available that will search your hard drive and can maybe recover what you lost. It is important to do so as quickly as possible because once files are permanently deleted on the hard drive, the sectors that they occupied are no longer protected and can be overwritten by any program or file.
It certainly sounds as if you've lost system files Without knowing your OS it's hard to tell you which way to go. If you can get access to your own files, the ones you want to keep. Back then up onto a different drive or external drive and then completely reformat and start from scratch. A bit of a hassle but that's the cost of accidentally deleting files. Without knowing what you deleted it would be quicker to reformat. Plus you end up with a nice clean and usually faster computer.
If by chance you run Vista you can replace lost or damaged system files by popping in your Vista DVD and follow the prompts.
you need to go to Control Panel - system - Device Manager. There you will be able to find the drive that runs your 'sound card device'. click on that and it should indicate if this device is working properly or not and have a button to click on for fixing. If that doesnt work, try another simple route and if your computer has this setting....go to 'system restore point' and set it back a few days, or a week. check for sound, then carefully recheck the old files you want to delete. Double check the file you want to delete for it may support your sound card and may not work without certain programs. Hope this helped!!!
you can use easy recovery profesional to recover the lost files. or use any other 3rd party tool to recover the files
www.ontrackdatarecovery.com/file-recovery-software you can use this link to download the software
you can also try alternatively
Stop using the computer Do not install any new software or save any new data after file deletion Do not try to run the system utilities such as Defragmenters and volume repair utilities Do not run CHKDSK Do not attempt to format the drive or change the partitions Download and install the trial version of Disk Doctors Undelete on a healthy machine and connect the hard drive containing deleted files as a secondary drive and test run the program to see if your deleted files are found If yes, then proceed ahead recovering your deleted files.
Yes. Once we restore the computer is set back to factory settings all the functionalities along with sound and cd/dvd drive will work fine as the software,drivers along with saved data and corrupted files will be deleted and a fresh copy of windows will be installed.
In order to perform a restore back to factory settings follow the steps below:
1. Turn off the computer completely.
2. Make sure the computer is connected to power adapter.
3. Press the power button to turn it back on and at the same time simultaneously keep tapping the ' F11 ' key on the keypad until you see a screen says 'welcome to hp recovery manager ' . you may here few beep sounds during this process. Select ' destructive recovery' option and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the process.
Note: This process may take an hour to complete and make sure to take a back up of your important data on to a cd or dvd as the process completely deletes all the files on the computer.
Deleting or formatting won't make the data in hard drive erased permanently.
Those deleted data is still stored on the hard drive , it's just invisible or inaccessible. Only the FAT or NFTS table is erased (the information about where those data were saved), but the real data are still intact there in sectors of the hard drive.
So as long as those data are not overwritten by new data, it's highly possible to recover them. And the MOST Effective way is to rely on some format recovery programs.
Try asoftech data recovery program, which can recover data after deeply scanning your hard drive to look for lost data you accidentally deleted or formatted.
Yes, there is a way to recover lost data from a WD drive.
First thing first - STOP using your WD drive immediately! If you
continue using the disk drive, you significantly increase the risk that
the files you want to recover will be lost forever due to overwritten.
Every new file or action will take up more "free space" and reduce your
chances of retrieving your deleted files from WD.
The next step - get a good HDD data recovery software to retrieve the data as most as possible.