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I installed new window XP(sp2) in my laotop (compaq).....as m trying 2 instal my audio drivers,an error messege appears in which it is written that there no media device for this driver...what should i do sir

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The device-driver software that you are trying to install cannot find any "matching" hardware on your computer, i.e., you have the *wrong* device-driver software.

Access: http://www.compaq.com and click on "support".
Enter your model-name and model-number, and download the
correct device-driver for your specific computer. Install the software.

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There is really only 1 way to install the Realtek HD Audio drivers properly. No matter what all other forums say. Service Pack 3 is the main culprit as the drivers see that its above SP2 and dont install. I personally face this situation and was really distressed because it looked like either i will have to reinstall Windows Xp or have my new supercool and super monster computer without sound. Imagine having a monster PC with a motherboard with HD Audio and your driver doesnt install.
Both scenarios were something which i would never have approved of. Anyway so i Googled. I got 10s of solutions but most didnt work. Only 1 worked and i will put it here hoping that Google dear will catch it and people who face this problem installing the Realtek HD Audio 0xE000027.
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