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Need drivers for the sound system for my pc w/XP Pro

I am unable to locate the drivers for my Acoustic Authority speakers on my Win XP Pro system

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Just install a sound card .. i prefer Sony sound card...

That will allow to work the speaker..

Posted on May 30, 2010

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I downgraded from vista to xp and now i need a sound driver compatible for my gateway:w34oui


This is another tough one.
Since GW does not have Win XP drivers available for your system, it will be difficult to find a sound driver that will work. You could try to use the Vista driver, but I would be skeptical that it will work to use that driver because of the way that sounds are processed in Vista/Win 7.
You didn't mention why you did the downgrade, but if it was performance related, Win 7 should work fine with your system. If there was a certain program etc., that you need, there is another option.
There are many USB soundcards that will will work well with Win XP, and they should not have the XP problem since their hardware is designed to work with XP. Note: If you go this route, make sure you choose one that is Win XP compatible. One other thing on this option, though. Your internal speakers may not route sound through the USB soundcard, which would mean then that you would need external speakers to get sound. I understand that may be a deal-breaker, which is why I would (unless you specifically need XP) either go back to Vista or upgrade to Win 7. Some version of Win 7 feature "XP mode" which allows you to run programs in a virtual Win XP environment. I have not had perfect luck getting XP programs to work, but it's worth a try.

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CHECK YOUR SOUND CARD DRIVER FROM THE DEVICE MANAGER
IN THE COMPUTER PROPERTIES, IF DRIVER IS INSTALLED
CORRECTLY.
if the driver is not installed buy a universal xp driver cd and install your drivers.
IF THE SOUND DEVICE IS NOT AVAILABLE THEN UNPLUG YOUR SOUND CARD AND REPLUG IT
WELL.

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please check out in my computer systems device manager if anything in the sound section is in red or yellow remove it. unless win xp was made for your laptop the drivers are not there. you need to go to compaq web site and download your drivers.

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Acoustic authority 2.1 speaker trouble on my emachinces W3653


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Drivers for win xp pro


here is the driver you need for sound , http://members.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=1045129

you will need to register its free, once u get pass all the reg crap! the site is great that driver will give u sound , if u have problems i can give u my msn address and i will send you the file

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