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Sound device missing

I have just done a clean install of XP professional from a store purchased disk. All the sound drivers are there but media player tells me that the sound device is missing?????????????????

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Reinstall xp professional and upgrade media player.

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How to i instal sound drive for my pc?


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1. Power on your computer. Ensure that there is a sound device installed on your computer. You can locate your sound device by right clicking on "My Computer." Click "Properties." Select "Device Manager." Click on "Sound." Your sound device should be listed. If there is no sound device listed, you will have to purchase and install a sound device before proceeding.

2. Insert the CD or floppy disk that contains the drivers for your sound device into your computer's CD-ROM or floppy disk drive. If you do not have the CD or floppy disk that contains the sound device drivers, there are websites such as Driver Guide and NoDevice that will allow you to download the drivers online for free.

3. Click on "Install Drivers." The sound device drivers will then be installed onto your computer. It may be necessary to restart your computer once the installation is complete.

4. Open your media player and play an audio file to ensure that your sound device drivers were installed successfully.

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There is a problem with your sound device so the windows media player cannot play the audio


pl reinstall the drivers from the mother board cd or download it from the manfacture website

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Kindly reinstall the Sound drivers and also check your speakers with another system if its working.

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It is not the speakers you need drivers for but the computer sound chip. Check out the motherboard makers website and download the driver for your particular motherboard. reboot and they should work OK. If not they are probably faulty

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I plug my zen mozaic lx 4g but it says no device detected


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I had the same problem-- XP was not able to recognize my Zen Mozaic—and have solved it.

Basically, I updated the driver with my Win XP install disk in a drive and told the wizard to look for drivers in that drive/disk.

You can start by opening Device manager (right click on My Computer and choose Properties). Choose the Device Manager from the Hardware tab. Locate where your Zen is found (on mine, it was Other Devices with yellow question marks). Right click on it and choose Update Driver.

The wizard first asks to search the internet, say no. Next, check the radio button next to “install from a specific location (Advanced)”. Then, check “search in these locations” and check search removable media (…CD-ROM…). Have your Win XP install disk inserted and click next. It should find the MTP driver that was missing. I can now see my Mozaic and copy to it.

For more information, check out this Creative web site:

http://support.creative.com/kb/ShowArticle.aspx?url=http://203.211.142.197:80/srvs/cgi-bin/webcgi.exe/,/%3fst=323,e=0000000000645418479,k=5126,sxi=4,case=obj(19287),kb=ww_english_add,varset=ws:http://us.creative.com

Here, you basically make sure all your media player drivers are up to date—they assume you WANT to update to Media Play 11. I tried all that and it did not work outside of the XP install disk driver update above.

Good luck.

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SOUND DEVICE


dear sir

your sound device was not installed sucessfully.
once again please install your sound drivers from your motherboard cd.
after that use windows media player.

regards
murali

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hi abdi,
the problem is that your sound driver is not installed. You might have got a driver cd when you purchased your PC. Installed the required sound driver and you are done. if you dont know what driver you need you can try sound max or realtek ac97 or conexant audio driver...
hope it helps
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The reason for the message will be the fact that windows doesnt recognise that there is a sound device available because the driver for your sound card or onboard sound is not built into XP and therefore you will have to find out what make of audio you have and install the relevant driver.

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