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Audio drivers i have reinstalled windows XP. i had my audio drivers earlier but now it seems to be deleted.i know that the audio drivers it used earlier was from c-media but don't know which version...

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Help Me please
I've reinstalled Windows XP and I have No Sound Driver
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Posted on Mar 20, 2008

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Reinstall xp pro on my asus motherboard P4S333M, after reinstall all seems to be ok except the sound/audio. on device manager I get a yellow marking "!" and on properties it says CODE10 CANNOT...


Seems the problem in your Audio Driver. Here's some steps that you could try :
1. Microsoft recommends that when this happens, you click "Update Driver" to update the drivers for the device in Device Manager.
2. based on my research the audio card is C-Media 8738 (not 9738) download the latest driver from here : http://www.cmedia.com.tw/EN/DownloadCenter_Detail.aspx?pserno=0&dtype=ALL


good luck

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My M-Audio 410 run well on my XP pc.... after that i try to use it on win7 pc using driver download frm m-audio website but it can't detect. after that i try to test back on my last xp pc but it can't...


HI there
I would imagine the drivers from M-Audio are not signed and therefore may not be proven to be compatible with win7. I checked the website and they have drivers for different service pack levels on Vista (I know yours is win7) which is very unusual. This points to them having issues releasing signed off working drivers. Make sure you know what you have installed, 32 or 64 bit win 7. Do not go by the sticker on the case. Go start>control panel>system and look it up philswift_13.jpg
Both versions of 64 bit and 32 bit seem the same file FireWire_6.0.1_5.10.0.5058.exe

which seems weird too


I would uninstall the drivers and choose delete as well
start>search> type 'dev' and see the results. Click on device manager, open it
under sound right click all devices>properties>click on driver tab>
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then click uninstall but tick the delete driver box too
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then reboot the pc but do not load the driver from M audio
we want Microsofts generic driver to load
After the reboot see if it works.

If not do a system update (start>search>type 'windows u' and click on windows update
Look under optiopnal updates and see if there is one for an audio device and load that

Failing this try the M audio XP driver
If that fails, uninstall and delete as per earlier.

Failing that try the Win 7 driver for 32 bit
If that fails, uninstall and delete as per earlier.

Failing that try the Win 7 driver for 64 bit
If that fails, uninstall and delete as per earlier.


I think M audio has issues with code for drivers and win 7
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anJJ02VV1qs
You may want to look at a new system as it seems M has some bad press with support.


All the best now, but it may be that the drivers are not signed off from Microsoft. If this is the case, you may want to chase up M audio and ask if they can be honest and let you know if there are any issues with Windows 7.
Microsoft are releasing Service Pack for Win 7 first half of 2011 and this may mop-up some issues. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows/downloads/service-packs
Phil

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Reinstalled windows xp and now my audio doesn't work and is greyed out


your audio is not working because when you reinstalled windows xp that deleted the driver for your audio card. you can go online and look up the drive and download it

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I want to upgrade my audio drivers and i am searching for the drivers for windows 7 32bit but i cannot find it can you please help me to clear this problem and download the latest drivers :


I’m not very clear with the scenario you described. Generally, the operation of downloading file to local hard disk (unless running some downloaded executable files) should not change the system configurations such as the audio device drivers. Therefore, I suspect that this issue should not be directly caused by the download operation.

Also, if the driver for audio controller is missing, you may use the disk shipped with the audio card or motherboard to reinstall it. Alternatively, you can also visit the manufacturer’s website, download the latest driver designed for your currently used operating system, and then install it.

If I the methods above donn’t fix your issue, please let me know the following:

1. What operating system are you currently using?

Note: If you are using Windows XP and this problem is not related to Windows Vista, please visit forums focusing on Windows XP for further support:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone/related/default.mspx

2. Did this audio card work well before?
3. Where did you download Windows XP? How did you know it deletes the audio driver? Were there any other changes or operations before the issue began to occur?
4. Please let me know the brand and model of your audio card or the motherboard.

Thanks!

Sincerely,
Sanjeev Kumar,
Cell.No:+919876388918

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Try reinstalling your audio drivers, or use system restore to undo the update if yo are sure of that.
Reinstalling the proper drivers should generally fix it though.
In case you don't have them anymore, try the manufacturer's website or a driver finder program.

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Audio device erased


You have to reinstall your audio driver. Answers to your questions: 1. You can locate it in your Device Manager. Locate and expand Sound,video and game controllers. 2. You don't have to delete legacy drivers because reinstalling your audio driver will update it. Right click your audio software the one you found in the Device Manager and update it. It will find your installation cd of your system drivers. Else, manually install the audio driver.

*Drop me a comment if you still have questions. Your vote will be highly appreciated. Hope this helps you.

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Sound problem


you need to install a compatible multimdia controller/driver for your system.Uninstall the previous driver and Check out this site below for some audio drivers.Make sure it is XP compliant.


http://drivers.softpedia.com/essentials/SOUND-CARD.shtml

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Sometimes Windows XP will seem to "forget" that you have Mackie drivers. In such cases you need to go into Hardware Manager, uninstall the drivers, then press F5 to check for hardware changes. It will find the drivers again and take you through the installation process. Sometimes this "forgetting" seems to be triggered by the order in which you turn on the computer and board. It seems that for the first version of the Onyx drivers I had to turn the board on first, then the computer. I have updated my Onyx drivers and now it seems that I must turn on the board after XP is loaded and ready to go. Otherwise Windows can't "see" that the board is attached and thus Sonar or whatever won't be able to record. Sometimes when this happens I can turn the board off and back on, then Windows sees it. However, when that fails I uninstall and reinstall the drivers as I described earlier and it always solves the problem.

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