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I have a packard bell desktop and i have a problem i need to sort out. The model of my computer is VOL-CO2.
I recently wiped my computer clean and i deleted my sound driver and devices, now i have no sound on my computer.
I went on the packard bell website to download the devices i need for the sound but its coming up as a fault.
When i download it and try to open it the following message appears: Invalid floating point operation.
Could you perhaps tell me why it does that.
The driver i need is stac97n_613109010.
It sounds like you have just recently installed a fresh copy of windows, I would suggest reinstalling again. If not, you can try re-downloading your driver from another location. (My link)
This is a software error message that can be interpreted as such or it can show potential hardware problems. Were you getting a lot of strange errors prior to reinstalling windows? It could be a problem with your math co-processor, memory, hard drive or even low voltages on your power supply. This one may take a bit of work. Good luck
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usually one is able to download, by model number, Customer
Instruction Manuals, list
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follow the links. Make certain you are directed to the manufacturer's
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charge for the information that is normally free of charge.
I hope this helps.
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