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The only thing I can say for sure is that I have no sound and in device manager the only thing with a yellow flag is listed as c-media ac97. Anyone know how to fix with the hopes of getting some sound?
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Hey there adawg, welcome to Geeks To Go Forums.

Try re-installing drivers. You can find the drivers here: (Realtek should work)

Note: Before you install these drivers, have a look around for the drivers that came with your computer and install those, if not continue on.

http://www.download....tml?tag=lst-0-1

Let me know if they worked. When done just make sure that the sound card is pluged in correctly and that the speakers are in correctly.

Cool :whistling:
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that is what i just did and when installing it gave me the, this has not been tested for windows xp compatibility screen, so i clicked continue anyways and it gave me a blue screen and did a restore.....
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Hey there again adawg, wow thats surprizing. It worked for me. And it was tested on XP, ME, 2000,ect.

But anyway, try downloading from this site:

http://www.softwarep...media-9738.html

Once you opened this link check "Requirements" on the page. (It says XP so it shouldnt give you any problems)

Cool, let me know if it worked. :whistling:
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i was unable to download that file.....i also uninstalled the device and then let windows find it but that didnt work either - i have also updated the driver through the device manager/properties screen......
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