Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Can some one help me I had sound and now I don't every time I go to windows media player it tell me that it can not play.Because there a problem with my sound device.It also tell me that there may not be a sound device installed on my computer.But it had sond until on day the sound just left.It also told me that it may be in use by another program or not functioning properly. But when I go to control panel and click on sound and audio device the device that go to the volume it black out,speaker,ect...
I can't makr it move at all to put back but it will not let me.....
CAN ANY ONE HELP ME WITH THIS BIG PROBLEM I REALY HOPE SO KIM SMITH THANK'S
Don't quite understand the end of your message but...
Have look at settings-control panel - system - hardware - device manager - audio. If you see a yellow ! against one of the audio drivers then either remove it and re-install the driver or try to update. If you have a yellow ! then the sound will never work.
Also if you go to start - help and support - enter "sound " in the search field you will be offered a few suggestions as to the cause of your problem.
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
thanks for posting your problem
your sound driver is corrupt.you have to reinstall the driver from the motherboard cd.
please give your motherboard specification.if your dont know then you give your computer model no.and make.
if you need further help please feel free to post.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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