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Does the icon come up in the tray if so check
to see if it is not muted
Go into device manager/propersties and see if it lists any problem,if it says everything is working properly remove it and let it check for changes in device manger when it reisstalls see if that works
You should go to the Microsoft website and search for Windows 7 updates. MS releases updates regularly, so it's a good idea to check there frequently. You can also set your laptop to accept automatic updates from MS.
Everyone who has had the MS Autoupdate ON have fallen victim to some **** update that screwes up their PC/hardware.
The most common is motherboard failure thru some firmware updating the BIOS, Onboard sound driver chip firmware update, Network card driver/firmware update, VGA firmware update etc etc.....
all these **** updates are done so that MS can sell more genuin OS thru new sale of PCs HWs etc....as once ur MB/HD failes u have no option but to buy a new one discarding the old one.....all these are modern mkting techniques used by some reputed co like IBM/Compaq/HP/Dell etc along with MS as the main culprit....how do i know all these.....ha ha ha...
i am ex IBMr
u can fix it provide u format ur HD again...
Don't see a Server2003 Driver Set on the ASUS Web Site. You can use the XP Drivers. Goto: usa.asus.com/support/downloads find your motherboard. To start look under the 775 Socket... they ask that first then locate P5KPL-AM/PS.
Once installed... MS update will correct or update the Drivers.
Run all of the MS updates after you install all drivers...even external drives. Then load your add-on software last... AntiVirus, etc...
Can you please tell me if when you turn on the computer if you are getting sound windows sound. then it is some settings in the computer check if mute is not checked or check in device manager if the correct sound drivers are installed.
Hello.... No Sound, No Volume Control, Mixer not Found, No Sound device installed…etc etc, This is a generic issue with all Windows OS updates....many of the users are facing this issue....this began after an auto update from MS changed many IRQs of Win OS, mainly the Sound and Audio Control system of Windows. 1 - R U facing NO Audio / No Sound issue...? 2 - Is ur Volume Control not responding ? 3 - Is ur Sound and Audio Device in Control Panel Grayed out ? 4 - Do u get a msg "No Active Mixer Devices Installed....when u try to open Volume Ctrl etc etc ?
If ur ans to any one of them is Yes...then u are being spammed by Microsoft....as ur Sound Control IRQ is being frozen by a recent update from Microsoft.... NOTE..THIS…IS…VERY..IMPORTANT... No file update or any sound driver update can fix it, neither Microsoft is issuing any patch to fix it…or giving any help on this. Full solution is available in my website (Support page)...it's quite simple process to fix it, and I am not charging any money, just trying to do some service and help everyone affected by this stupidity from Microsoft. www.sureshayyar.110mb.com visit my support page. all the best...
If you have a newer version of Windows, all you have to do is go to Start Button->All programs->Windows Update. The procedure can be cumbersome. It will check whether this auto-update software itself is up to date; next, it wil ask you to authenticate your license, etc. etc. If you meet all requirements, you'll finally get to the Updates screen. However, you'll have to do this several times before you really are up to date, especially if you haven't done this in a while.
There are several updates available sometimes within the same day to address the profusion of new viruses/threats, and this quantity can also affected by whether or not you have installed other MS products, like Office, etc. Last, be prepared to reboot several times.