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Re: I deleted my audio how do i get it back
COMPAQ/HP which is the same has a website where you can find any driver for a compaq/hp computer by writing down the computer`s model in the download area, choosing your operative system and the driver you are looking for (AUDIO/VIDEO/MODEM/etc...) To that is the best way to try.
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I would imagine the drivers from M-Audio are not signed and therefore may not be proven to be compatible with win7. I checked the website and they have drivers for different service pack levels on Vista (I know yours is win7) which is very unusual. This points to them having issues releasing signed off working drivers. Make sure you know what you have installed, 32 or 64 bit win 7. Do not go by the sticker on the case. Go start>control panel>system and look it up
Both versions of 64 bit and 32 bit seem the same file
which seems weird too
I would uninstall the drivers and choose delete as well start>search> type 'dev' and see the results. Click on device manager, open it under sound right click all devices>properties>click on driver tab>
then click uninstall but tick the delete driver box too
then reboot the pc but do not load the driver from M audio we want Microsofts generic driver to load After the reboot see if it works.
If not do a system update (start>search>type 'windows u' and click on windows update Look under optiopnal updates and see if there is one for an audio device and load that
Failing this try the M audio XP driver If that fails, uninstall and delete as per earlier.
Failing that try the Win 7 driver for 32 bit If that fails, uninstall and delete as per earlier.
Failing that try the Win 7 driver for 64 bit If that fails, uninstall and delete as per earlier.
All the best now, but it may be that the drivers are not signed off from Microsoft. If this is the case, you may want to chase up M audio and ask if they can be honest and let you know if there are any issues with Windows 7.
Microsoft are releasing Service Pack for Win 7 first half of 2011 and this may mop-up some issues.
After reinstalling/installing an Operating System you can lose the Audio Drivers or sometimes they just corrupt.. Try reinstalling the Audio Drivers from the disk provide with your P.C./Laptop. If you no longer have the disk just visit the website of the makers of your P.C./Laptop or Motherboard and download the Audio Drivers from there, after that install them.
Thumbs up please if this works for you, thanks.
never delete files from ur Control panel> go to Control panel and try and check for the Sound properties> find them and chk if the Speakers are selected as the default or not> Still if doesnt respond> search in google and download the latest Codecs on ur computer
what operating system are you using??
what audio card do you have on the machine???
choice is to download the audio program that you have deleted.
or look into the recycling bin, see if it still there. if so, restore it.
You can get this by downloading the audio drivers from the website of your hardware vendor like if it is dell then go to dell.com, if it is hp got to hp.com.
Search for drivers >>Selec the model of your computer>>select the Operating system as XP and download it or you can call your hardware vendor and they will guide you through the steps.Like call hp,dell whomsoever is the hardware vendor of the system.