1. We have moved from vBulletin to XenForo and you are viewing the site in the middle of the move. Though the functional aspect of everything is working fine, we are still working on other changes including the new design on Xenforo.
    Dismiss Notice

My Sound doesn't work.

Discussion in 'Gadget Analysis' started by W3C, Mar 11, 2007.

  1. W3C

    W3C New Member

    I just reinstalled Windows XP and the sound doesn't work.
    I have an Altec Lansing system.
    Their site does not help at all. Meaning I can't find any drivers.
    And I don't have any CDs that go along with it.
     
  2. Darkness1337

    Darkness1337 New Member

    same thing happened to me but my m8 fixed it for me, I'm not really sure how he did it but I'll ask him and let you know soon!

    for now just try go on Control Panel -- Sound,Speech and Audio devices -- Sound and Audio Devices -- Audio(click on Audio tab) -- Under Default Device, Select your driver if it's not already selected and see if it works!
    if it still doesn't work try following the trouble shoot steps!!

    also you can try going to my computer (right click) -- manage -- and then device manager -- sound video and game controllers -- and check if your driver is there or not.... if not you'll have to install it before you do anything!!!!
     
  3. Abrahammer

    Abrahammer New Member

    It says I have no audio device and everything in Audio,Sound,volume,Hardware is gray and i'm looking everywhere for answers. I can't stand no sound anymore!
     
  4. satyedra pal

    satyedra pal New Member

    If you are installing window XP then first you must remember that,after installing the win XP,first install audio driver then install other software .If you have install other software before installing the audio driver then you will face more problem with audio driver.And the driver of your system will depend on your mother Board.By taking the mother board identity you can download driver from internet.
     
  5. Teddy

    Teddy New Member

    Please visit your sound card's manufacturer's website to download the required driver or visit driverguide.com and search for the right driver for your sound card.
     

Share This Page