Question about Intel Audio Players & Recorders
If you have windows 7, click on start, control panel, then on Hardware and sound, click on troubleshoot audio playback and let the computer find the problem. You may have to be on the internet to allow the machine to download a new driver for your computer.
If you have windows vista, click on start, control panel, then on device manager, click on sound, video... if there is a sub catagory, IE, realtek audio or some such, click on that and on driver.andupdate the driver. Worst and last case - you may have to uninstall the audio driver and let the computer find the device by re booting the machine. You probably have to be on the internet to allow the machine to download a new driver for your computer.
If you have windows XP, The process is similar to windows vista.
Be careful on what you are changing on your system. Backing up the computer is advised before you proceed!!.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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