The first driver was a modem driver which was already installed.
Ok sorry for that, I was hoping that the AMR driver might get us somewhere. It is able to provide audio support in certain situations.
Just for fun lets check all connections, check your power to the speakers, the I/O wire from the computer to the speaker (is it plugged in the correct port,I believe it is green in color) Check to make sure the speaker wires are properly connected to the sub woofer if you a higher end system.
if all connections are good, lets check the Bios to make sure the sound settings are enabled
Immediately during reboot Strike f2
this will bring you into the Bios, Once there don't touch or change any other settings unless I tell you please
. Most likely under the Advanced tab,
click on chipset configuration
, scroll down and make sure onboard audio
is enabled. If it is not enable it by hitting enter after you have highlighted it then toggle the setting to enabled. Once this is done hit f10 and click save then exit.
The computer will reboot. Now try your audio is it working, if not continue with instructions below.
Click Start> Control Panel> System> Hardware tab> Device Manage> Audio, Video, and Game Controller
Locate the driver under this tab, double click on it. Up at the top of the pop up window click on the drivers tab, (it should be the second tab from the left. This should give you another window, to roll back or uninstall the driver. If the window says the device is not working properly. Roll back the driver then try your sound again. If that doesn't work and you still can't get your sound working then go back to that same window using my instructions. Uninstall the driver. Reboot the computer once you have logged back on then reinstall the audio driver.
Check your audio is it working now, Please let me know.