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No Audio output?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Tommy5988, Jan 29, 2005.

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  1. Tommy5988

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    My computer worked fine yesterday listening to music etc..

    But now everytime i goto play something it doesnt work. . and in musicmatch jukebox it says "waveout format not supported"

    i went under my volume control and then properties and it said i have no audio output. . i looked at my sisters computer and it said hers was using ac97 or something...

    i looked on microsoft.com ... where can i download the driver to fix this problem? everytime i see something that will correct my problem.. it costs money!!

    any help appreciate
    thanks
     
  2. photolady

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    What computer do you have? Is it branded such as HP, Compaq, Dell, etc? You could try reinstalling the sound drivers after downloading from the computer's manufacturer website. Or do a repair install of XP if you have the xp cd.
     
  3. Tommy5988

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    hey i have an hp i have no windows xp cd and i dont have any system restore points

    hmm i wonder if they would have the sound drivers.. the web site i mean
     
  4. photolady

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    Yes, HP would be the place to get your sound drivers. I never use those supplied by XP anyway.
     
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