Hello 22268 and welcome to GTG
Iam not a staff member here at GTG , However i may be able to asssit you...
Give this a crack at ... no promise though
click Start button ( BOTTOM LEFT OF TOOLBAR ) then click "Control Panel" ( in the Left plane select " classic view ") then locate the "DEVICE MANAGER" ( open the device manager up )
SIMPLIFIED: Start > Control panel > Device manager ( Open the device manager up )
Look at sound , video and game controllers section ( is there a yellow Exclaimation mark ??? )
If there is... double click " sound , video and game controllers " or click the ( + ) symbol to expand...
Right click on the device with exclaimation mark and select Update OR Update driver software ( we will see if windows can locate a driver for your device automatically ( If not we are going to have to manually locate the driver ))
If above recommendation does not succeed.... I will need more information on your audio device Eg: Make , Model etc etc
PS: You will need to have a Internet connection established in order for windows to be able to locate a driver
BTW = By The Way , Your Topic states that you Quote: " No sound when downgraded from xp to vista " xp-vista is a upgrade lol ( just though i would inform you )
Edited by Anthony19, 24 October 2008 - 05:20 AM.