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VL400 sound driver XP


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Hello, Does anyone have the XP driver for the HP VL400. I have tried several intel and realtek drivers. control panel - sound - "no audio device".

The driver is not listed on HP, I tried the Intel and Realtek drivers, same error.

Not a hardware issue as I tested the hardware and I hear a beep during an error.

Thanks
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If this is the driver you need

CS4299 AC97 driver Windows XP Oct 2, 2002

you can get it here

CS4299


Look through list, this is where it is on the page

SC4237B-KQ driver Px3010.zip [more] Windows ME Nov 24, 2002
CS4237B-KQ driver Crystal [more] Windows 98SE Nov 24, 2002
CS4237B-KQ driver PV2860.zip [more] Windows 95b Nov 24, 2002
CS-4281-CM driver cs-4281-w9x.exe [more] Windows 98SE Nov 12, 2002
CS4231A-KL driver CS4231A-KL.exe [more] Windows 95a Oct 26, 2002
HP Pavilion driver Crystal_Audio_WDM.zip [more] Windows ME Oct 15, 2002
Crystal Audio Sound Chip driver 4299vxd.zip [more] Windows 98 Oct 15, 2002
Crystal Audio WDM driver 4299wdm.zip [more] Windows 98 Oct 15, 2002
chipset 4299 for Hp-6630 driver PW4031.zip [more] Windows 98SE Oct 14, 2002
CS4281 driver PW5026.zip [more] Windows 98SE Oct 9, 2002
CS4281 driver PW5026.zip [more] Windows 98SE Oct 9, 2002
CS4299 AC97 driver MB091ADD.zip [more] Windows XP Oct 2, 2002

Edited by Keith, 08 May 2005 - 04:11 PM.

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I tried to install using the setup.exe. Didn't install the sound card. "No audio device".

Any other suggestions?

Thanks in advance !
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Right click MY COMPUTER, choose PROPERTIES, choose HARDWARE, choose DEVICE MANAGER

is there an audio or multimedia device listed

incidently, the sound of a beep does not mean you have an audiocard...there is an internal speak that has nothing to do with sound
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no device listed

Audio Codex
Legacy Audio Drivers
Multimedia
and a few others are listed

it does not list the imbedded soundcard

in control panel- sound and audio - "no audio device"

for example, in my DELL it lists, SoundMax Digital Audio
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any yellow !s?
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Integrated audio device was DISABLED in the BIOS.

I enabled it and XP picked it up. I had checked plug and play in the BIOS but assumed audio was on. Ah well, after all the trouble at least it is working.
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