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You can download the driver from this link:
On the left side of the page there is a link "Driver & downloads". Click on it, then on the middle area of the page, under "SELECT PRODUCT" you will select "Notebooks".
A new menu appears, select "LIFEBOOK".
A new menu appears, select "LIFEBOOK E".
A new menu appears, select "LIFEBOOK E8410 (Intel Graphic)" or "LIFEBOOK E8410 (Intel Graphic)". (Makes no difference, since the audio card is the same ALC262 in both versions).
After this, there appears a list with operating systems available. Select the one you are using, then select "Audio".
I would suggest to install first the "Chipset" driver from the same list, then restart the computer and after restart install the audio driver.
first right click my computer in the desktop then properties then hardware then device manager then expand the audio,vedio and game controller see wether the driver is installed properly if not installed it will show yellow question mark the reload the correct drives from the cd which you recived with your computer install the audio software and restart the system then in the taskbar you will see the speaker icon right click them click adjust audio properties in volume move the slisders to full on uncheck the mute then restart your computer for vedio drivers check the vedio controller in the device properties and install the correct version of the graphics card
your problem can be solved by just reinstalling the audio driver. it can be done by putting the driver software cd to cd drive in your laptop and just click the audio driver software in the cd and go to setup and click the "setup". The computer "Do you want the following programs to run" just click yes button. then the computer will show whether to repair the already using audio driver software or install the audio driver software. then click the install button . it will automatically install the audio driver and restart your laptop. after restarting the audio will get worked
Please try to update the driver of your dazzle device.
1. Plug in the hardware. 2. open control panel and go to system and maintenance 3. in system and maintenance, click on the system icon 4. Once the system window open kindly find the device manager and click it. 5. once the device manager is opened , go to the sound, video and game controllers category. 6. Under sound, video and category right click the pinnacle DVC device and choose properties 7. once properties window is opened go to the drivers tab 8. in the drivers tab, uninstall the driver. 9. if you have 2 entries for the pinnacle DVC device kindly uninstall both. 10. unplug the hardware. 11. restart the PC 12. If you have the PCLEUSB2x32.exe file saved on your PC kindly run it. if not kindly download it from this link:
13. Once you run the PCLEUSB2x32.exe and it asked you to modify, repair or remove, kindly remove it. and restart the PC. 14. Once restarted, run again the PCLEUSB2x32.exe to install the driver. then restart the PC after installing. 15. After restarting, plug in the hardware device and it should install the driver of the device automatically. 16. after it installed automatically it should say that the device is ready for use. 17. Now try again with the software.
The standard VGA adapter comes automatically with the OS. You can try one thing...Go to device manager, find the entry for the Radeon card, and delete it. Next, shut down the PC and then restart the machine. The OS will automatically find and install the appropriate driver.