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Finding compatible soundcard for hitachi loptop windows xp

How can i find a compatible sound card audio device?

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Give the model and laptop configuration.. motherboard details...
then we can be able to give you a compatible sound card you can try on your system

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Hi,. I own Asus Xonar DX two years ago without problems... I formatted my PC (Win7 x64) yesterday, and now i have sound issues when i use 5.1 feature... The sound turns slow and distorted... I uninstalled...


are these the drivers you tried?
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-7/en-us/Details.aspx?type=Hardware&p=Asus%20Xonar%20DX%20Sound%20Card&v=ASUS&uid=XONARDX&pf=0&pi=0&s=xonar%20ds&os=64-bit
Is there a chance that the windows 7 will recognize the soundcard and load its own drivers for it, they might work better?
I have seen Videocard drivers mess with soundcard drivers and vise versa (with Vista, XP and earlier)
Also if there is an onboard audio chip you'll want to disable it in the bios or at least in the device manager.

let me know if this helps or not
Thankyou

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I install intex soundcard driver on my windows xp 200 it worked and when i removed the hardware the pc can detect my volume but cant hear any sounds


Simple dear. Go to control panel\sound & audio devices\audio tab
Now select ur default output device from dropdown button.
Will work, don't u worry!

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After re-installing windows XP Professional, every thing is OK but no sound. I went to sound from control pannel but I found the sentence: no audio device


Open the Device Manager and look for any Yellow Exclamation points indicating a device hasn't installed properly. If your sound card shows up as an Unknown device, run Windows Update to allow it to find the proper driver. Sometimes on re-install, Windows needs to update several times, installing Critical updates before looking for drivers. If this doesn't work, click on the link below and install the program. It will identify all of your devices. When you find the soundcard, go to the manufacturers website to locate and install the driver. I hope this helps with your problem and Good Luck!
http://www.zhangduo.com/udi.html


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Software to install the soundcard


my soundcard not working after i format n finish installing windows xp

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Onboard sound card driver


hi did you try this ??

http://www.downloadsource.net/7653/SiS-7012-Audio-Chip-Driver-Windows-9x-NT4-2000-XP-32-bit-XP-64-bit-2003-64-bit/

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Try manually installing it by using the Add New Hardware wizard. Make sure all other soundcard(s) are deleted from Device Manager first, though. Another thing you can try- Boot into Safe Mode, open Device Manager, remove/delete any and all instances of sound card hardware you find, reboot and see if Windows re-detects.

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