Bad checksum in zip file for Acer Aspire T180 audio files
Hi, the fixes in adjacent page are spot on for those of us retro installing XP onto an Acer (punting Vista.) However the audio driver file as referenced in the PDF file (enumerating drivers) has bad checksum. Other possible source pls?
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Once you have installed the sound card software you will have your sound card installed and should hear sounds from a set of multimedia speakers. Don't hesitate to message me if you need any further assistance. Best wishes, Graemevm
Look here for xp sound driver
if not go through here and select your machine and operating system
Sounds like you saved with Driver file and path that was too long - [Example: c:\document and settings\my docs\joe\here is my driver\acer\file\7839432hrfhdf8dfthvn6.exe] put file in c:\temp and rename file to video.exe for example and try reinstalling
is your mic built together w/ the webcam? just unplug and reconnect the usb plug of your mic. or maybe you have no usb driver of your mic. try to go to this website. www.acer.com, click select a site, and specify a country where you live. after the page opens, scroll down to it and click Support & Downloads or Service and Support, after the page opens, click Downloads, after you click downloads, at the select product line, choose the kind of unit you have, ex. desktop, next select the model type, and click search, after the page opens click aspire e380/t180 chipset driver. and then click the Aspire_E380_T180_CHIPSET.zip and choose a location of your downloaded file. After the download is complete. Open it and install it on your computer. See if this one's work.
My problem was with the T180 was the VGA support under XP. Reinstalling the Chipset drivers fixed that - audio and ethernet still broken but I'm using a wireless adapter for networking and I have separate sound care for sound - but anyway the link is: