Systemax running xp after reinstalling xp no sound adapter is found in device drivers I know it has an integrated sound card but don't know how to wake it up or how to get is to be recognised. Thanks email@example.com
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Re: no sound after installing xp
Cheer you up! You can install the drivers of the audio card by inserting the CD Utilities enclosed in your systemax from the vendor. Please install all the drivers , the chipset, audio, VGA, LAN USB. This will resolve your problems.
If you have no CD Utilities then go to the manufacuturer's website and then search and download the drivers of your system.
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For Windows XP CLICK HERE In Windows 7 the driver installs automatically I would suggest uninstalling all drivers for the network adapter then reboot and allow the system to find the NIC again. If this is Windows XP uninstall all drivers for the NIC, reboot, and install the above driver. If it is Windows 7 uninstall the drive, reboot and allow device manager to locate the driver itself.
This is strange, and it sounds like you've done everything right, but.....have you tried a reverse install?
Remove the card, un-install all the drivers and remove the device from the device manager if the uninstall doesn't do it.
Shut the machine down (turn it off)
Install the Linksys card in your available PCI slot.
Start the machine back up. When the Found New Hardware message pops up, follow the prompts from there instead. Your PC may be able to load drivers it already has. If not and if it asks for a disk, then use the CD you got with the card.
Firstly, try getting the motherboard model and checking the manufacturer's site.
You could try drivergrabber off majorgeeks.com (easily found on google). Alternatively, try googling the device ID's - found by clicking start > run "msinfo32" OK. In that screen, click the [+] next to components and then go to Problem Devices. In that screen, on the right hand side, you will have things written such as PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_3A3A - go to google and type in exactly as follows "8086 3A3A" (or whatever shows up after VEN_ & DEV_ in your case) and see what you can find.
Alternatively, if you're running a legitimate copy of Windows, Windows update (if on XP you must install Microsoft Update), can often pull these straight down off the Microsoft servers.