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Re: sound card drivers
If you have the disks that came with the card or computer you can reinstall them from there. If you don't have the disks anymore, you can go to the card or computer manufacturer's web site and download the drivers for your model of card.
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Try to uninstall the Adobe Flash Player Active X and Plug in and then reinstall it as there could be traces of previous versions in the computer which are interfering and making it difficult for the browsers to properly display videos on your computer. You can do this from the computer user settings and manipulating the "Add/Remove" programs list.
-- Try to use Flash Player 9 is your Flash Player 10 is not working fine. You can simply download it from the Adobe web site.
-- Update the drivers, the link is given below which would ask you to download the file through internet and run it on your computer.
-- The problem behind the Shockwave Flash crash could be your sound drivers. Follow these steps:
1) Open Device Manager
2) Look for the sound-card device
3) Note down the name for that device
4) Just uninstall the it.
5) After uninstalling restart your machine.
6) Your Windows 7 or Windows Vista would automatically download and reinstall the sound driver. You can also do it manually through approaching the sound card company's web site.
-- Fix your Windows Registry which is a highly recommended thing you should do to find a quick and reliable fix for common PC errors and crashes.use registry cleaner reg in out
The yellow question mark is telling you that there is a problem with the device, namely your sound card. It is probably needing the drivers for the card. If you have the disk for the sound card, use it and install the drivers or go to the web site for the card and download and install drivers from there. This will solve your problem. Good luck
Look at My PC - device manager - sound card. If it looks like yellow disclaimer, then reinstall the sound driver with all the complementary programs like sound manager etc. In any case reinstalling the driver must help.
If not - delete the sound card device from system via device manager. Reboot the PC. The system will report You about the new device. Follow the on-screen instruction and it will install You all sound drivers. You'll see - it's easy.
Do these things in the following order:
1. Make sure you are using the most up-to-date drivers for your video card. Check your video card manufacturer's website for updates.
2. Make sur eyou are using the most up-to-date drivers for your sound card too (I've read this issue *might* actually be sound related). Check your sound card manufacturer's website for updates.
3. Make sure your windows updates are current.
4. Make sure your Direct X files are current.
5. If you are still having trouble, trying changing your desktop resolution before launching the game. Try out different resolutions.
6. Lastly, open a dos command prompt and enter this command:C:\Program Files\Disney\Disney Online\Toontown\configrc -lowres -save
Try uninstalling and reinstalling the software. You may also need to do a scan for disk errors. Problems with recording software can stem from anything such as bad memory, corrupt drivers or Windows components to incompatible hardware such as sound cards and video cards and chipsets.