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No audio hardware is available?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Dariaze, Apr 17, 2004.

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  1. Dariaze

    Dariaze Thread Starter

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    I just downloaded the ZSNES, I think thats what did it, i changed the settings on the sound cause i ould not hear. Now when I try to play me music I get an error saying no audio ardwar is available. I checked everything out, its right its not there but for some reason CANNOT EDIT this to put it back :mad: :mad: :mad:
     
  2. chakorules

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    Sounds like your your sound card got deleted from the hard config on windows. The easiest think might be to go into SYSTEM properties and remove the sound card icon, there might be a yellow explantion point by the device. remove it then reboot. Windows Plug n Play should redetect it and reinstall the drivers from the INF folder in your windows box and hopefully that will work for you.
     
  3. Dariaze

    Dariaze Thread Starter

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    I the Device manager it says it all ok. but ev where is this SYSTEM properties, i feel dumb asking but this is annoying me.
     
  4. chakorules

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    I'd do it anyway. Blow it away, and reboot....
     
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