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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by sruzz, Dec 22, 2011.

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  1. sruzz

    sruzz Thread Starter

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    hey....
    sum1 der 2 help me out...
    in control panel - sounds and audio devices- its showin no audio device...
    my speakers are workin properly...bt der's no sound...
    n windows media player is displayin dis error :-
    "Windows Media Player cannot play the file because there is a problem with your sound device. There may not be a sound device installed on your computer, it may be in use by another program, or it may not be functioning properly."
    n yea m usin windows xp...
     
  2. DerekC

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    Have you tried reinstalling your audio drivers? They can be found at the manufacturers website. Otherwise you can post your computer type and model number and we can assist you in finding them.
     
  3. LSB_PROXY

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    Hey guys can you help me, I have instaled windows 7 ultimate and have no sound.The problem is realtek ac 97 audio driver code (10) the device cannot start.I had this problem before and thought when I install a new windows it will be solved but no! pls help me I`m so... f***** bored without sound and can`t take it any more!!!! I tried to reinstall and update the driver but nothing...
     
  4. DerekC

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    Open a new Tread on your issue, and make sure to post your computer specs/model so we can assist you, or help you find the proper driver.
     
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