Question about Compaq Presario 700 470024-192 Notebook
You probably have the wrong driver. Try above link
If XP install http:\\support.microsoft.com/kb/888111 first.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this model is having high definition audio drivers,
go to hp compaq site , go to live chat option from their they will send you a link to your email id
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Posted on Oct 17, 2008
try to install the audio driver of G530, this is the link:
for win vista OS
for win 7 OS
remove your current audio driver by device manager:
click start > run > type devmgmt.msc
under audio, right click the device and remove the driver
then restart pc and install the driver
Posted on May 10, 2010
Typically, if you are getting a "device not found" error upon trying to install an audio device driver, there are a number of issues that could be going on at one time.
First: You may have the wrong device driver or version of the device driver for the device intended for. Check the hardware version number and verify on the website of the hardware device (the audio card if it is an independent audio card that is what you are referring to) what is the latest revision of the driver. Download the driver and install it.
Second: If your device is an external audio card, make sure it's fully inserted into the PCMIA slot (seriel port if being used). If so, then accomplish the following procedure: Power down your PC. Remove the Audio Card and reboot PC. Allow PC to recognize no audio card, then shut down PC and reinstall Audio Card. Reboot PC and install with new Audio Driver
One of the two steps above should rectify the problem. If it doesn't, then the last resort is to assume the Audio card is faulty if it's an external Audio card.
If you have an internal Audio card, then there can be a faulty portion on the sound portion of the motherbood, which then would require the entire motherboard to be replaced. But before you result to this, be sure you have the newest Audio driver for the Audio Codec and installed correctly.
Please keep in mind, Conexant is an OEM supported Audio Codec and you need to refer to the maker of the PC itself for driver support. I.E. it may be a Conexant Audio chipset installed in a HP PC. So, be sure you go the manufacturer website such as "HP" for the audio driver support.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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