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No Audio Device, but still have sound?


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LCollins2

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yes i can, but wen i try to roll it back it says no driver files have been backed up for this device then askes me to launch the trouble shooter

Edited by LCollins2, 04 February 2008 - 12:12 PM.

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Okay, what about doing the same but instead of rolling it back, try the Uninstall button? When you reboot XP it should then rediscover the sound device and reload the driver. If that doesn't work, repeat but try the latest driver:

http://www.softwarep...dmax-audio.html
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ive already tried uninstalling it and rebooting that didnt work either, but wen i try to install the latest driver from that link, it goes to start the setup but then says driver not found reboot your computer then run this setup again. ive tried that three times now and it says the same thing everytime
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You do have a HP or Compaq computer, right?
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no i have a Dell unfortunatly
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Like pulling teeth here :) What model?
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its a dimension 8110 i do believe, at least thats wut it says around the Reset button on the tower
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Well, there is no Dimension 8110 but there is a Dimension B110. Try the Audio driver from here, see if that works:

http://support.dell..../...tid=&impid=
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awsome that worked, everything is back to normal now, thank you so much
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Hot ziggety! Nice to fix a tough one.

Now, write on the front of your computer.

This is a Dimension B110, not a Dimension 8110 :)
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lol it looks like an 8, Dell jus dun kno how to write thats all lol
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Well done, guys..... :)
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