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I just find out that i can't hear any sound in dvd (movie or music).
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Go to your computer manufacturer web site to download sound driver.
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I unistalled my driver SoundMAX Integrated Digital HD Audio and restarted my pc but when i download SoundMax again when i try to install i get an error saying:
Installation failed!
The audio driver files do not support your computer hardware.

Note:If you unistalled audio software without restarting your PC,restart now,then run this setup again.
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Also now that I unistalled SoundMax in device manager>other devices I see Audio Device on High Definition Audio Bus as unknown device.

If anyone could answer me it would be really nice

Edited by snooplove, 19 March 2009 - 12:05 PM.

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Well i managed to solve the sound problem by a topic i found in here.
But i still have the first problem that i can't hear any sound in internet.
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Nice, you solved one problem :)
What browser, version do you use? Did you try another browser?
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I have mozilla firefox 3.0.7 I haven't use another browser.I just tried Opera 9.64 but still no sound.

Edited by snooplove, 19 March 2009 - 11:26 PM.

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Any errors in Device Manager?
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No
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If I were you, I'd simply buy cheap sound card ($15, or so), and I'd get over with banging your head.
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ok that's what i am going to do.
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Well i just remembered and another problem from when i did XP repair.I don't have automatic updates!!!
And as i saw in other forums this can solve and the sound problem.
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What do you mean, you DON'T HAVE Windows updates?
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When you do xp repair you lose some updates i read in a forum.And some topics here says that internet sound may have sth to do with automatic updates.I didn't know what to install and installed everything which were critical updates.Anyway i will buy a new sound driver and if it solve the problem i'll let you know.
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You should definitely keep Windows updates current.
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