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Sound device error

Hi, I know there are a million answers for this online, yet nothing is working. Getting a sound device error when I try to play music.I don't know if I have an out of date driver, no driver bad sound card,no sound card, etc.

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You probably want to uninstall the sound card driver, reboot, and reinstall. Also check with multiple media players to see if that could be an issue. If you could give me the sound name and/or model number that would be great. If you don't have that and you are running XP please go to device manager, right click on your sound card and select properties then select Details tab. You should see Device ID or Device Instance ID in a drop down list. With Device ID selected there will be a string in a format like: HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0883&SUBSYS....

What I need to help you is this string, specifically the VEN_--- and DEV_----. I know this is a general problem but is caused by specific issues. Hope this helped, reply soon.
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Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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