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conflict with multimeadia audio controller

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by ironking, Jan 24, 2006.

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  1. ironking

    ironking Thread Starter

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    please i need help
    i have win xp and have a yellow mark on other devices and on multimedia audio controller and when i reboot it finds new hardware but it wont install i have no disk,
    what can i do??

    sammy
    :cool:
     
  2. stevecook

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    Go through the reinstall drivers wizard and let it search Windows Update when it asks.
     
  3. matt_aj

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    Better to find out what kind of sound card you have. If it is onboard, you can go to the manufacturers website and look for it. If its something like a Dell, you can go to there site, put in your tag number, and they will tell you which one you have and let you download it from there. If it is a seperate card, you will have to pull it (shut it down first) and look to see if you can see a model number on the card. Then you can look it up on the manufacturers website.

    Windows Updates works sometimes, but often not. If WU doesn't find anything, you'll have to find out what card you have and download it from the manufacturer.
     
  4. GyverX

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    If you cant find the model of the card, on the card, look for what the largest chip says on it. You might be able to find drivers for the chip set of the card and not just the manufactured drivers for the card. In any case, Why not post what the chip says, in this thread and that will help out alot with tring to find your answer to your problem
     
  5. matt_aj

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    Good point. If you can find out what chipset it is, often times you can get a newer driver from the chipset manufacturer than the actual card manufacter, or motherboard manufacturer (if it onboard). Post all the info you can find on the card itself, or if its onboard, the type of motherboard or system you have.

    Like Gyver said, the info we know, the better we can help.
     
  6. ironking

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    :eek: I HOPE THIS IS THE INFO YOU NEED

    cpu andathlon tm 64
    motherboard chipset 1002 5950 rev 10
    system memory 1022
    os version microsoft win xp pro
    direct x version 9.0 c
    sound blaster aodigy 4

    please help resolve this issue
    ty
    sammy
     
  7. matt_aj

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    You'll have to go to Creative's website and get the audigy drivers. http://us.creative.com/support/downloads/ Click on Sound Blaster, Audigy 4, audigy 4... or audigy 4 pro if you have it. That should give you the right drivers. Install that and lemme know what you get.
     
  8. ironking

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    hi,
    did what you asked with no success do you have any other suggestions?

    ty
    sam:(
     
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