I have a problem with my sound card on my HP Pavilion dv5242ea Notebook PC i was have a (win xp) on it and now i have change it to (win 7) and the problem is the mic not working good every time i try to talk to some one or record some thing i must make my voice so loud.. any one have a driver for (win 7).
have tried several times to solve my HP dv 6700 series, but all my effort prove abortive. Can you please help me out by sending me some information on how to rectify the problems. Whenever I start the computer, I dont hear any sound from window and if I try to play music from my media player, no sound at all. I can only listen to music or sound via headphone only. I have downloaded different driver on sound and still no sound.
The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)
There is no driver selected for the device information set or element.
To find a driver for this device, click Update Driver.
The above is found in my Device Manager under "Other Devices" "coprocessors" . I have already tried to install drivers for my sound card (Win 7 drivers are available)but when I do , Im told they dont need to be updated, I have the latest edition. I assumed the coprocessor was my sound card because I dont have any sound. Im tempted to do a system restore ! My m/b is a MSI K9N2 Diamond.
So Lately I been getting this problem where I put my computer to sleep and then turn it back on it loses its sound, its saying there is no driver installed, I have to reboot the system and then go to the bios to turn off the integrated sound and then turn it back on and sometimes after it doesn't even pick it up. Also when I turn it on the driver isn't even red or yellow in the device manager.
I installed 7 on a Dell Dimension 4600 1 GB Memory, ATI Video card, onboard sound. Everything seems to run fine but my audio. I had to install the latest AC97 drivers that just came out to get rid of the exclamation point in Device manager. When I click on the speaker icon or go to properties it shows sound is going through but nothing comes out the speakers. I have a second HD with XP and the sound works fine so I know my hardware is OK. Any suggestions to get my sound working?
I have a HP DV9000 (DV9610us). I installed a new motherboard, hard drive and Windows 7. I installed all drivers for the laptop, but have no sound. I have tried multiple options, but still no sound. I can hear a clicking sound every once in awhile (might be when a windows sound comes on). Also when I touch the mute and vloume up I can hear the clicking. I am stuck and out of options.Showing sound driver is Conexant High Definition SmartAudio 221.Also 2 Base System Devices and 1 Coprocessor drivers are not letting me add drivers to them either, but I only care about the sound right now.
I have a sound driver issue with my LM70. The version I get is a Windows 7 Ultimate. I can not find ANY sound driver that will work.
I checked for my BIOS, and it's HUNTSFOF, My LM70 model is: PKJE
I couldn't locate any LG Inteligent update (like I had with my XP that came with the laptop)
I read the thread at http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=76473 and in the LM70 field, there are 2 BIOS numbers, which one should I use?
I am pretty desperate, as we have many LG's, and windows 7 is going to be the default installation in my company (I will be in charge of that) - and we are not going to replace dozens of laptops just because there is no sound driver.
1. Is there an update I need to do to my BIOS? 2. IS there an LG Inteligent Update I can use with W7? 3. Is there like a default sound driver I can use?
I have just installed a new HDD. I know have no sound. I know that the mobo sound device is Realtek but their site is a nightmare. I remember having to download a sound driver fro Vista but that it has a win 7 fix in it. I think it was the ac97 driver but I cant remember where I got it from. Everytime I think I have found it, it turns out to be a driver scan application that i have to pay for!!
Does anybody know where i can get the driver I need from?
I have a Gateway NV59C laptop and the stock audio driver has amazing sound quality (after I adjusted the enhancements and such). However, I don't have a Line In option. I only have my built in microphone (I have checked the Show Disabled and Disconnected devices box). However, when I update the driver, I have the Line In option, but the sound quality is lessened because I don't have the option for a bass boost which is the main reason my output sound sounds so great through my headphones. Is there any way that I can have the stock enhancements (such as bass boost and loudness equalization) as well as having the Line In feature?
i have a question and any help would be appreciated.i have windows 7. my mom used my comp and somehow she uninstalled the sound max sound driver is there a way to reinstall this without having to buy a new driver? update driver tells me i already have the latest update but the driver is missing and not working obviously.
Im currently running the Windows 7 RTM, and im having a little problem with my sound driver! it keeps installing a standard driver that comes with Windows 7, and i keep getting this message "This device cannot start. (Code 10)"
I have managed to download the latest driver for it, but when i try to manually install it/update driver, it says "the best driver is currently installed"
And the second i uninstall it, it installs it again straight away using the standard drivers that come with Windows 7... is there any way of stopping this?
This is the computer i have Shuttle United Kingdom - Home The sound card is built in to the motherboard and its a "Realtek ALC880 7.1 channel High Definition audio"
Any chance someone can help me stop it installing the standard HD Audio driver when i uninstall it, so i can just install the one i have downloaded?
I got a second hand computer with a mother board good enough to run windows 7. The sound card (do you still call it a sound card if it is on the motherboard?) gives out a very faint distorted sound. I thought this was a duff sound card so accepted it.Recently I got a window telling me the sound card wasn't set up properly, did I want it set up ? I pressed FIx and after a short while got a box up saying there was no driver for this card on windows 7.Is there any way I can get round this and perhaps use a driver for another version of windows?I have tried various helps including Microsoft and been told to click on the driver I have put on the desktop and do various things with it (or something like that, I can't find the window again) I havn't got a driver ?I can't afford another computer.I managed to download a piece of software advised elsewhere on this site and got the info that the sound card is realtek ac'97 for via(r) is this a type of sound card?
update II I managed to download and run a driver from an internet site (download cnet) for the realtek ac97 for windows 7 but it has made no difference. I have restarted the computer but the sound from the speakers is the same. Could it still be a software problem or do I have a hardware problem with the sound output?
I have no yellow exclamation points under my device manager...I thought I could uninstall/re-install conexant sound drivers from this site Software & Driver Downloads HP Pavilion dv6748us Entertainment Notebook PC | HP� Support but it will not allow me to install them again. It keeps saying "Driver Instillation Failed.
Okay, I am running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit. I have been searching for a week for this driver, downloaded many apps, but non of them worked. Some displayed card not detected and such. I tried to use compatibility mode but no difference. The name of the card is exactly "Sound Blaster 5.1" not VX and the other ones.