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Posted on May 25, 2011

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My audiodriver not working


The essential thing to diagnose with any computer fault is to think back to when the computer was working normally and then list any hardware, software or settings changes between that time and when the fault first appeared.

Audio problems are often simple settings problems. Before you try anything else think if you have connected any new device or installed or used any new software on the computer that is Audio-related (such as a cellphone, an MP3/MP4/MP5 player, a bluetooth device, a microphone, a Voice Over Internet Protocol [VOIP] Headset or multiplexing device, a dial-up modem or dial-up modem based transaction or stock keeping or postal franking device, a multimedia player, a speech recognition program, media playing software, fax/phone software, etc., etc. Any of these sorts of devices or software are capable of changing a computer's default audio settings.


Reset the audio to the correct default device - start -> control panel -> sounds speech and audio devices/hardware and sounds -> audio -> select main audio on-board chip or sound card from the Playback Device drop down menu or the panel of different device options -> apply -> OK -> restart computer.


Often this is all that needs to be done to restore audio that has been disabled by settings changes.


f not then turn your mind to a possible Audio/sound Driver conflict, corruption or deletion.

Uninstall all components of the installed Audio/Sound Driver from Add or Remove Programs/ Uninstall a Program or its equivalent in your Operating System - > restart the computer -> reinstall the Audio/Sound Driver from the Drivers and Utilities Installation Disc or download, save (so as to create and keep on the computer the Sound/Audio Driver Setup Files in case of future Sound/Audio Driver problems) and install it from the Support and Download pages of the Acer website -> restart the computer.

The Sound Audio Driver for this model can be downloaded from :

http://www.official-drivers.com/installer/?seed=acer&gclid=CPj_o9nqwqwCFQIf4QodnBReqg

Nov 19, 2011 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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How will I know the version of my audio on my asus eepc?


If you really want to know what is the version of your audio device, here is some steps.
  1. If you have the Driver CD of your PC, Install the drivers for your audio and then do this steps.
  • Right click My Computer and then at the menu that will appear, choose Manage.
  • On the Computer Management window that will appear,click on the Device Manager ( it is located at the left side underneath the Performance Logs and Alerts.)
  • Now, on the right side of the window will appear the list of devices installed in your computer, Look for the Sound, Video and Game Controllers and click the (+) sign beside it to expand the device.
  • Once the device expanded, Look for your Audio Device. Like the one in the picture below, mine is Via High Definition Audio. heifentrixx_10.jpg
  • Right click on that device and choose Properties.
  • Now on your Audio Device Properties, click on the Driver tab located at the top.
  • After clicking the Driver tab you will see there the Driver Version of your Audio Device. That is one your looking for.
If you dont have the Driver CD try using this software. DOWNLOAD ME
  • Download, Extract and Install the Software.
  • Run the Software and then at the left side you will see the Devices in your computer, click on Multimedia.
  • After clicking Multimedia, you will see all the audio devices installed in your computer, click on Audio.
  • Now after clicking Audio, you will see the device version of your Audio Device thats the one your looking for.
Goodluck. Hope my solution will help. Thank you for using Fixya!

Jul 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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There is no audio output device installed


Hi,
First you have to go to Device Manager and check if the audio device is properly installed there.
Click Start then Run, Type devmgmt.msc and click on Ok. This should pull up Device Manager and in it is a list of devices detected and installed. Check if the audio device is installed properly. If not, if you are using Vista or Windows 7, you can right click on the audio device entry and click on update driver software. Choose update driver software automatically. You should be connected to the internet when doing this as your Operating System will look for a compatible software driver online.
If you are using Windows XP, you might need to visit your pc manufacturer's website and download the drivers there or if you have the driver cd that came with your computer, you can also use that to install the drivers needed.
Hope this helps.

May 19, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My problem is about audio sounds


Here is a solution : On desktop go to ::
my computer----mouse right click----properties----system----device management. There you can find symbols for all devices that are already installed on your system . Scroll down until you find the definition of your audio device software , for example , if your audio driver software is a realtek then right mouse click on it , then you'll find disable , just disable it and then uninstall the audio driver software ! After that you should restart your system . When system started again , install the software again , and restart the system once again . Now you should hear the operating system starting tone .. If you didn't hear the tone , then go to device management again and enable the audio device once again .
good luck . rate if useful please

Jan 27, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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My pc doesn't have audio. what might be the problem?


Here is a solution : On desktop go to ::
my computer----mouse right click----properties----system----device management. There you can find symbols for all devices that are already installed on your system . Scroll down until you find the definition of your audio device software , for example , if your audio driver software is a realtek then right mouse click on it , then you'll find disable , just disable it and then uninstall the audio driver software ! After that you should restart your system . When system started again , install the software again , and restart the system once again . Now you should hear the operating system starting tone .. If you didn't hear the tone , then go to device management again and enable the audio device once again .
good luck . rate if useful please !

Jan 25, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I am in nstalling audio Real Tek AC 97 agter


Here is a suggestion : On desktop go to ::
my computer----mouse right click----properties----system----device management. There you can find symbols for all devices that are already installed on your system . Scroll down until you find the definition of your audio device software , for example , if your audio driver software is a realtek then right mouse click on it , then you'll find disable , just disable it and then uninstall the audio driver software ! After that you should restart your system . When system started again , install the software again , and restart the system once again . Now you should hear the operating system starting tone .. If you didn't hear the tone , then go to device management again and enable the audio device once again .
good luck . rate if useful please !

Jan 23, 2010 | Intel D102GGC2 Motherboard

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My audio on my pc is not working says no audio output device found i have a hp paVILION A6177C DESKTOP RUNNING WINDOWS VISTA


The problem here why there's no audio device detected on your system , the software or driver for the audio device is not installed on your computer system, so that's what we're going to do.
I will provide you here a link for the direct download of the audio device of your computer, so just download the audio driver and then once done you need to install the software. This is a executable file so once done downloading run the software to automatically install it to your computer and finally restart the computer to complete the installation.

Here is the link for the audio software that you need.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?softwareitem=pv-58189-1&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&os=2093&product=3462614

Jan 16, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have no sound coming from my speakers , it s telling me I have no audio output device is installed.Everything is plugged in .


Click Start
Click Control Panel
Click Classic View
Click System
Click the Properties tab
Click Device Manager
Expand the "audio" branch of the tree.
Do you see an audio-device? Probably not.
Do you see an "Unknown Devices" branch of the tree?
If so, expand that branch, and double-click the "unknown" device.
Click "Reinstall Driver".
If asked whether you want to search the Internet for the software-driver, click "Yes".
Windows will install the drivers for the "audio device".

Nov 08, 2009 | Dell Audio Players & Recorders

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No audio on my newly installed xp software


If you can see an error in device manager its means the audio driver is not installed. You need to installed the audio driver. The audio driver is in the CD installer of your motherboard.

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nicoleFIXIT

Oct 02, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition...

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"no audio device installed"


First check the device manager from the control panel. Check and see if there is a audio device detected and if it is a problem device.If the device has a problem try removing the audio software and then remove the audio device.then re-boot the computer and windows should detect the hardware and begin installing drivers. Make sure you have the updated drivers from Dell downloaded and the updated software. If it does not detect the hardware after re-boot you can try adding hardware manually in the control panel and have it auto detect any new hardware. If these thins do not work the audio card or built in audio may have stopped working. You can buy a basic PCI audio car for fairly cheap to install on your computer if you cannot get the audio to work.

Sep 05, 2009 | Dell Computers & Internet

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