Question about IBM ThinkPad Soundcard
Received computer to sell in the Op Shop I help manage. I replaced XP Professional, non genuine installed in Laos with genuine. Used to play DVDs. Now no sound otherwise OK on CD and DVD after upgrading from IBM.
Have not used a registry cleaner as computer is too slow to read my flash drive and cannot seem to read it from a CD I made. Any ideas?? Neil Wildey
Call IBM/Lenovo. For about $60, they will provide a complete set of "Recovery CDs" for the ThinkPad. That software will include a DVD-player and the correct sound-drivers. Or, check IBM's "support" web-site -- you may be able to download the correct drivers.
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