Do you have any unknown devices in device manager? look for something with a yellow ? it should say multimedia controller. right click and update driver, then point the hardware wizard to the cd. if not go to bios then look for integrated peripherals then onboard audio, make sure it's enabled. then do the same as above.
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This usually just gets reinstalled whenever you restart your computer be it Vista or XP. In your case, the drivers for the Microphone probably got deleted. The Microphone driver comes in the package together with the sound card. You'll have to re-install the whole sound card driver to have it start working again. You can do this from the Device Manager. After doing this, the microphone together with the whole sound card drivers should start working again.
first uninstall any audio drivers Use unidentified device drive program to identify your sound card write name and number down do a search on internet for them EG cmedia 35 drivers when located download for your operating system Vista or xp install please leave rating
the audio driver is really very dependent as to what is the audio device installed in your computer. you cannot just simply install a driver not compatible with what you have. try to identify first what your audio device is then try to install the correct driver with the operating system you are using (xp or vista)
Please click here to download the drivers for your audio chipset. You may note that Vista is not listed but the driver version for Windows XP works in Vista, there was a problem with the installer cd on Vista but apparently manually running the installer for the audio card, from the cd works fine. Click here to see what other users of the same motherboard said.
Try opening up the device manager and unistall everything in the Universal Serial Bus Controllers. Then reboot and let windows reinstall the USB controllers. Windows should now be able to recognize properly USB2 devices.