I've looked in the device manager and everything is fine. i've tried a lot of troubleshooters and no luck.
i've just discovered in the device manager when i click on system devices then system speakers it tells me there is no driver installed for this device.
can i download a driver?
do i neexd to?
i'm running xp on a packard bell easynote f7 laptop.
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Re: pb easynote f7, no sound
Get to the mainboard of your system usually there is a model number and name write them down and try to download ur system drivers from the net. i know some sites but unfortunately cant post them here (huh...) search for them
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Is this for Windows 7 or Windows 8? What is the model? TS11HR, TS11HB, TS13HR, TS13SB, TS44HR, TS44SB, TS45HR, TS45HB, TSX62HR or TSX66HR? It looks like the Ethernet controller will most likely be a Broadcom one and the base system device will likely be something installed with the Chipset drivers. Try the Download Center at Packard Bell and select the exact model and operating system: http://www.packardbell.co.uk/pb/en/GB/content/download
You may have a bad Electronic range control ERC, but if your not handy you may want a service person to look at it. If you are handy and can get to the control panel, check and clean the connections, after you disconnect the power. Use tuner cleaner or alcohol. There are diagrams of you range online. Are you having one error or two. Looks like you mention f7 and 10, or am I mistaken.
here is a general look at the drivers and how to update them if your computer came with a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it click start control panel administrive tools ,computer management ,device manager look through all of your devices if you see a yellow question mark?or exclamation mark ! or red x right click to reinstall drivers or if you can see your usb but its not working ports(com&lpt)right click update driver hope this helps
In Device manager, check there are no yellow exclamation marks next to the networking devices, this would show that the computer has a problem with the card Remove the inspection hatch at the bottom of the laptop, check if the Black (main) and white (aux) leads are snapped onto the brass posts of the card..firmly. Repost if no luck, It does sound like a failing card to me
A lot of the newer audio chipsets (especially in laptops) use Microsoft's Universal Audio Architecture (UAA). Windows 7 and Vista don't need a separate driver, but XP does. So you need one of Packard Bell's combo driver packages like this one:
There are a lot of different EasyNote models, so if this isn't the right package for your computer, enter your serial number in the support site to find the specific downloads. http://support.packardbell.com