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Helpful +0 Report jmp59 29364Posts mercredi 9 juin 2004Registration date ContributorStatus November 25, 2015 Last seen Nov 10, 2008 03:15PM U must re-install ur sound carr U can do it with HP nor Windows Update support UAA drivers. Reply With Quote 03.05.2007,10:55 Re: Satellite L30-113 - No sound aftter downgrade from Vista to XP #5 katselos View Profile View Forum Posts Beginner Join Date May 2007 Posts 5 well Install Windows XP SP2 (format the disk with XP SP3 in the beginning of installing XP SP2) 2.

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please tell me what to do. You can't just open the side of the computer case, to look at the components. But when I reboot the computer it goes back to the way it was. After startup, look again under Sound.

Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... there's an ASetup.exe that doesn't really do anything. Samantha Chetty August 7, 2009 1:52 AM Hi fellow e-mailers Just a small comment as to the reason why people downgrade their operating systems. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - thanks for help, but....

Drivers are critically important components of your computer, but knowing when and how to update them isn't as easy or as obvious as we might like. Be sure to select the correct operating system. I've tried installing pretty much every driver that is offered, none of them seem to remove this from the device manager. Anything appear?

Are there other basics (non-optional) that would be needed? This should work if you are NOT upgraded to SP3 yet. As mentioned above, last week I downloaded and installed on a friend's machine an updated Realtek driver. (It was dated five days before I downloaded it and had been put on View Solution.

Help! His solution didn't strike me as being fully correct, but there was no other information available and - realistically - time is money. He noted that Vista would not have needed a reinstall. In the case where they don't provide that level of support or you have a custom or "beige-box" machine you might need to actually determine what specific audio hardware is in

If the hex value is 100, the algorism value is 256, this system version is Service Pack 1 (SP1); if hex value is 200, algorism value is 512, this system version Any other suggestions? It's a fairly simple issue that most people overlook that boils down to this: not all Windows installation CDs are created equal. Uninstall the Microsoft UAA Bus driver for Hihg Definition Audio (same place) 6.

sad, how would anyone know this! swenum.sys Then Add New Hardware, System Device, and have disk. Yes No I don't know View Results Poll Finishes In 3 Days.Discuss in The LoungePoll History About Us | Advertising Info | Privacy Policy | Terms Of Use and Sale | Join the community here. how to install any driver... did you click the red link in Response Number 4?... Plus, my CD drive works perfectly. 3- At some point I wondered if the problem could be with the motherboard drivers because, after all, the sound hardware is connected to the

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You'll need to know your laptop's model number, and perhaps some of the options chosen when it was purchased, and the site should guide you to the specific download for the Privacy Policy © Copyright 2017 HP Development Company, L.P. Report NFIXIT- Mar 17, 2009 03:36PM YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT JMP59, The microsoft UAA package (Microsoft UAA package.(KB888111) ) is what will be needed to install HD sound drivers on XP biddy187, Jul 11, 2008 #2 musksnipe Guest Give this a try. 1) In Device Manager, remove the High Definition audio device (or the unknown device, if there is one) under Sound,

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Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Vista to XP SP3 downgrade = NO SOUND. Exceptions to upgrading to Vista are limited to a specific time period just prior to the Vista release. by R. That the card has failed.

Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Qubezo, Jul 12, 2008 #4 DavidGP MajorGeeks Forum Administrator - Grand Pooh-Bah Staff Member Hi Did you install the nForce chipset for that motherboard yet? From many of the forums and other sites I've checked it seems that the problem might well be SP3 (although I'm not ruling out other possibilities until I try some of Would your operating system disc(presumably -- although it could have been loaded onto a hard drive you are installing to or a flash drive...???) need to have compatible motherboard and CPU

Posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties Report • #5 jam June 14, 2010 at 13:21:20 Is this the sound driver you downloaded?Acer Netbook AO751h Realtek Audio driver for Saves you a lot of time when you are reinstalling so you don't have to go crazy looking for the necessary drivers. [link removed] Richard Holliday August 4, 2009 9:12 AM Not what you needed? you can find some audio drivers at

You need this information, to correctly upgrade any computer. Tell the brand and the model of ur computer. Hmmm.... These links from the HP site might be helpful to you: (A) Resolving No Audio after Upgrading from XP to Vista or Downgrading from Vista to XP -- (B) High

I've been sitting at this thing for 2 days trying to get my sound back on, games suck like this and OBVIOUSLY no music/movies, so help would be MUCH appreciated. HP never sold my laptop with XP, so I had to find the drivers for the laptop family, i.e., 1400 instead of 1419us, or whatever (can't remember model). The sound card that connects to it is "missing in action" Try this first: Open DevMgr > Under System Devices, look for Controlador de bus de Microsoft UAA para High Definition Ask Leo! » Hardware After performing a clean install of Windows it's not uncommon for some devices like sound to no longer work.

Did you find this setting? MSUAA from microsoft.After those two, then we install the motherboard audio driver.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - i'm noobin', here by GOB3S / February 13, 2011 5:39 AM Here's how to reinstall it: You'll need to find two files (try doing a Google Search) #1.


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