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Re: Corrupted Audio Card
Was it corrupted by a power surge? Did you plug the speakers into the audio card jack while they were on and you heard a crackle or pop? If so, power off the machine, unplug it, touch a nearby metal object to ground yourself, open the case, disconnect any wires to the card, remove it from the motherboard and then put it back in. Reverse the steps and then power it back on. It should work.
If it still doesn't....
Go to the manufacturers website and find the support page. Download any necessary drivers for your audio card. Open them and they'll auto-install (usually). If it still doesn't work then try your card on another machine somewhere else to verify if it's fried or not.
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Hi, you will have to go to the makers of the graphic card online and see if its possible to download straight from their site windows 10 drivers for your card. It should tell you on the graphic card site if they are available for windows 10.
Sounds like your driver might be corrupted or has issues. Try downloading and reinstalling the Audio driver.
Get onlineand got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "DellSupport" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operatingsystem when requested. Download and install the Audio drivers.
Maybe you corrupted the audio driver. Download and reinstall it. Get onlineand got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "ASUSSupport" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operatingsystem when requested. Download and install the Audio drivers.
Most of the problems with Audio are fixed reinstalling factory device driver for the audio adapter. Go to Acer support website, download and reinstall the audio drivers for your PC:Service & Support,
If that does not work then the problem may be hardware. In that case you will need a replacement audio adapter. If the computer is a PC you can install an internal card. Here a cheap one:StarTech.com 5 Channel.
If the problem is hardware and you do not want to disassemble the computer you can buy an external audio adapter. Here a USB adapter available for few dollars that will do the job: Converter Sound card.
If the audio driver is lost or corrupted then re-install the audio driver. You can download the audio driver from the manufacturer's WEB site. Open up your computer and have a look at the audio card in the expansion slot, note the make and model of the sound card and then go to the manufacturer's download.support WEB site, select your model sound card and then download and install. If the sound card is built-in on the motherboard then note the make and model of the motherboard and go to the manufacturer's download.support WEB site, select your model motherboard and then download the audio driver and install.
The scan software(OCR) may not be installed in the computer or probably got corrupted. Reinstall the software. The Lexmark scan software(OCR) can only be installed using the installation cd that came with the printer. It's not available online for download since it's a big file. If you don't have it or you lost it, I suggest you contact Lexmark Technical Support for assistance.
The All-in-One software might be corrupted or not installed properly. Try to reinstall it. The software can only be installed using the installation cd. The Lexmark All-in-One software is not available for download online since it's a big file. If you don't have the cd or you lost it, I suggest you contact Lexmark Technical Support. They can send you one for free.
The audio driver needs to be reinstalled. If you have the disc that came with the computer, it will be on there. If not, you can go to Advents website, go to support, and download the latest audio driver for your computer. Going to their website is probably faster and easier than trying to locate the correct driver on the disc. Hope this helps...
Either your soundcard driver has gotten corrupted or your soundcard has died. You can find both the driver & info on what card you have at www.dell.com. Click on the support link and you can either input your Dell Service Tag & get exact system info, or you can look it up using the system model #. The driver will be available for download. Try reinstalling an updated driver first. If that still doesn't work check your device manager to see if a soundcard is listed. If it is not then more than likely your card has died and will need to be replaced. Hope this helps.