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While housekeeping my laptop prior to installing Vista (that's another story) I deleted a number of applications from "Add/Delete Programs". One (or three) of them were sound-related .exe files (and I think they were HDAudio files). I then lost all sound.
I continued with the move to Vista, thinking that a complete clean install of Vista would solve the problem. It didn't. I still have no sound. The driver is there, so it is not a driver problem, but Device Manager reports that there is no audio deveice installed.
Yes, it could be a hardware problem, but . . . does anyone have any idea which files (I presume Realtek) would have been deleted and how I should go about re-installing them?
Yes you have to reinstall the audio driver, you can find the driver in the cd/dvd together when you purchase the laptop just insert it on your dvd rom and find the driver related to audio then install it
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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