Founder of Online Tech Tips and managing editor. Follow the previous link to install the chipset drivers for your motherboard manufacturer. A lot of people sure seemed to be looking for a driver for XP! Go ahead and restart the computer and hopefully you should be able to change the sound properties in Control Panel and play sounds on your computer. I even got Media player 11 installed and working.
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It's just that it really cheese's my onions that we've paid for two of these machines and got no OS Disc with either one.
They've been added to my growing stack of discs. I even got Media player 11 installed and working.
No active mixer devices - Windows XP Home and Professional
No micer mixer devices Started by gregorydJun 16 I hate to type this out loud but I dor have to go commando on Lime Wire looking for a copy. Sometimes things may installl but simplt not work properly. Search Advanced Search section: The machine works better than it ever did except now I have no sound. Video of the Day. Maybe some of the people on the other forums I looked at will find this topic.
Downloaded the driver you suggested but it said the new hardware found was not installed. Ever grateful Greg McKinnon. Techextreme "Admire those who attempt great things, even though they fail. Certainly sucks like a three dollar hooker though. In this case it seems XP may install but the proper drivers for all devices simply isn't available.
Tried to download WMP11 and it keeps saying it was not installed properly.
How to Install Mixer Devices in Windows XP
Click here to Register a free account now! Smith is a technology writer currently living in Lansing, Mich. Upon restart I got continuous reboot and then the blue screen of death and it started dumping physical memory. The bastards at Staples want 80 bucks plus tax just to put it back to the factory settings, and that ain't right. After that things got a lot smoother. Once the proper drivers are installed, you should go to Device Manager, right-click on the audio device under Sound, video and game controllers and see something like below.
Upon checking under the Hardware cative via the System Propertieswe found a couple of yellow exclamation points ofr to Multimedia Audio Controller.
I initially installed the WindowsInstaller-KBv2-x The computer will then give you the following error message: Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list. Sorry I wasn't of more help. Try this one directly from Realtek.
John Smith began writing back in Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. To do this, click on Start and then run and type in services.
Downloaded WinAmp and still nothing. On the Start menu, select Run. For some reason, Windows Audio Service gets turned off, and the solution is simply to get the computer running this program again.
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