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Audio problem on Lenovo 3000 N100


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jaimejd007

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Hello guys. Recently I wiped my HDD with dBAN and installed Vista Ultimate on it (it had XP Pro before). Everything went fine with the installation and subsequent first boot. I did 60+ updates to the computer through Windows Update, including SP1. Ever since I first ran Vista on this computer I didn't have audio. I figured one of the million updates I installed on it would fix that. I was wrong.

When I go into the Device Manager, Vista says I have a "High Definition Audio Device" and it doesn't have a yellow exclamation point next to it so I'm guessing it's supposed to be working properly.

Also, I have the Volume Control icon my my taskbar and there's no 'X' on it or anything. It looks like it would be working fine. Even when I try listening to music and I have the Volume Control open, you can see the bar going up and down, as if I was supposed to be able to listen to the music. It's really weird.

I've tried installing some drivers from Lenovo, but still no luck. If someone could help me, that would be great.

Specs on the system: Vista Ultimate, Intel Core Duo (T2500) @ 2.00GHz, 2GBs of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce Go 7300 128MB, 15.4" WSXGA+ screen @ 1680x1050
-jaimejd007

Edited by jaimejd007, 28 June 2008 - 10:16 AM.

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Dwight

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Have you give Lenovo Service a call?

1-877-453-6686
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Ah, good idea. Thanks for the #. :-)

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