Hopefully this will work for you! After system restore I had my sound back and these drivers uninstalled, however I installed them again and the sound disapeared then for good, at that time I thought that there might be some incompatibilities, that’s why I haven’t instlled them, however if you want me to install them, I will do it. Yes, my password is: Even tho mother board seems intact and there are no signs of burning or anything, I would say my sound card is dead, but if a simple system recovery did it once then I am not convinced. You must log in or sign up to reply here. DavidGP , May 21,
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Recently sometimes my audio was disapearing after a computer restart, and had to RR PC a few times before it started, later on asprie sound disapeared completly. Yes, my password is: After add hardware wizard my Device manager looks like this http: DavidGPMay 21, Ricoh xD-Picture Card Controller Before when I didn’t have these installed and after I installed drivers for them the sound started to not to work time to time at that time I didn’t relate those drivers to the problem, I have.
This might well be a damaged motherboard. Do you already have an account? Could it be that there some files have gone corrupted, but as far as I know that it’s better to not to touch that drive or?
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UUA BUS thingy doesn’t show up in device manager, it’s a system device isn’t it possible to install it somehow so it does show, or I am talking nonsense here? You must log in or sign up to reply here. DavidGPMay 20, However the settings persisted through windows reinstall, aka the touch pad didn’t work until I pressed again that key combination and I wcer disabled my power button meaning, I can turn with it my laptop but I can’t switch it off with it even while holding.
Even tho mother board seems intact and there are no signs of burning or anything, I would say my sound dealtek is dead, but if a simple system recovery did it once then I am qudio convinced.
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Acer Aspire 5520 (Audio problems)
Hello and thanks for the answer, I had already tried with editing regedit file and reinstalling everything and I tried it again, however it didn’t work again. You might want to maximize the window to make it easier to read. Hello again, it still is weird, after I restarted my computer the sound was gone again. Hi In Device Manager what devices if any have a yellow! I always get [Code 10] that it can’t start for some reason.
I’m just wondering if the Microsoft UAA HD Audio drivers are not installed correctly and may need re-installing, however for those with SP3 already installed they need a bit of fiddling with the registry to fool Windows into thinking it has SP2 installed, see below steps.
After system realfek I had my sound back and these drivers uninstalled, however I installed them again and the sound disapeared then for good, at that time I thought that there might be some incompatibilities, that’s why I haven’t instlled them, however if you want me to install them, I will do it.
DavidGPMay 19, My Device manager looks like this.
My restore points where gone, so I reinstalled windows and set up drivers which worked before, however nothing worked. Hello members of Majorgeeks. Discussion in ‘ Software ‘ audiio by flyby99May 19, Just noticed collinsl’s post and could well be, and in that vain, I would as that PC came originally with Vista, would re-install Vista and see if sound works. Log in or Sign up. I have read lots of threads about several issues, however nothing really have helped so far.
Scroll thru the list and look for “Windows Audio” and possibly something else with the word ‘audio’ in it I don’t remember exactly; it’s been a while since I’ve dealt with this issue in WinXP. If not, make the appropriate changes, click “Apply”, zcer “OK”, close the window and restart the PC.
Hopefully this will work for you! Well this is my last resort i guess.
When audko get to “Windows Audio”, right click it, select “Properties” and make sure it is set to “Automatic”, and make sure it is Started.