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Audio driver for nec packard bell Imedia M81801ID desk top pc

Need to install audio driver for the above pc please

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  • ravipg Jun 11, 2008

    Need audio drivers for Packard Bell imedia m81801ID. From where can i download them.

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Hi I have done a search for that model number but I don't see any results. You can try entering the serial number on the Packard Bell website instead www.packardbell.com under Support, Download Center
Alternatively you can try their legacy driver store at ftp://ftp.download.packardbell.com/DESKTOP

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Headphones and speakers both execute sound when headphones connected.............. it should onli come in headphones riitt
please refer me a solution...

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Hi, i have restored My packardbell Imedia 1501 but the sound is not working . the sys info does not list any sound device ..The sound is intergrated buy lists no driver as instaled


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No audio output device is installed!!!!help


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