Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Very often, assuming you have checked connections and power, sound issues are related to drivers. There are a lot of drivers out there, and the right one depends on a number of factors including your OS and other equipment and parameters. Since detecting the type of equipment you have, and its numerous technical specifications, can be quite difficult, it may be easiest to use a site that will scan your system and determine any updates needed. You may find this more helpful than trying to search for one individual driver, as that can be nearly impossible. Additionally, I have seen numerous users reporting issues with attempting to find, or using, the drivers located at the Acer site.
Three available sites: www.driveragent.com, www.drivers.com, and www.drivershq.com. Note that these are only three samples, and there are a number of sites that offer this type of service - choose whichever one you may feel most comfortable with. You can also check the Windows Update Catalog (though it is complex and complicated, and you have to know what you need) at http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/home.aspx for a driver that may be compatible, if you feel confident doing this.
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Posted on May 29, 2008
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