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Windows XP audio problem


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nunezbacalla

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Here are some pictures that i took from my computer BIOS, it think that the audio was enabled :)

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Edited by nunezbacalla, 19 June 2010 - 11:19 PM.

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Yep so the issue is not the chip that I can see. Have you looked at the inned topic I posted in the link from post 6 yet?
It specifically talks about the HD audio audio device.
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What steps do you mean, i tried miguel99's steps, i tried to disable and install the drivers, i tried just disabling it and installed, but then non of these works
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Instead in devmgmt.msc it becomes an "Unknown device" from previous "Audio Device on High Definition Audio Bus" .. Please Help me !

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Edited by nunezbacalla, 20 June 2010 - 05:16 PM.

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Uninstall all of the ones with yellow exclamation marks and see what windows ill find on your next reboot.
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i tried installing the driver, never worked,,, so i tried it on its source folder and launched the application, it says Eq initial fail then i press ok "EAaccessViolation" shows up!
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heres the icon thats i saw wherein whats in the next picture was the usual one that i saw back when my computer was OK

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Short of the sound card going out the only other option is the wrong audio driver being used.
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here is the result of reboot windows when I uninstalled the four of the unknown device as instructed in Post#20, first New Found Hardware window will be displayed and then when I click Cancel four times this is the Screen Shot

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Your motherboard is a ECS mobo.
I found this on their site with the audio driver HERE.
Click on the Download tab and then the file you want is #7.
My suggestion is to download the audio driver and save it to your desktop.
Uninstall all the yellow ones again. When you reboot have it look at the file you saved on your desktop and see if then it installs the correct driver for you.

Edited by rshaffer61, 22 June 2010 - 06:10 AM.

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I've downloaded the Audio Driver you've suggested and then I installed it as you can see from the Screen Shots Step 1 to 6 am I doing it the way you suggested? :) if so then once again it doesn't work .. please HELP ME !! Screen Shot 7 shows the downloaded Audio Driver ..

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Edited by nunezbacalla, 22 June 2010 - 08:02 AM.

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I would try these drivers if you have a Realtek integrated soundcard, it helped to solve a similar problem a friend of mine had.

Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio ... Realtek HD Audio Driver 2.47 for XP 2,465

http://windows-downl...ition Audio XP/


Hope this helps you.
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If Alzeimer suggestion doesn't work then what I saw in your screenshots was that the file you downloaded was not used as the driver.
The driver you point to in screenshot 4 is WDM
The file you should have pointed to is on your Desktop and marked ALC880

Edited by rshaffer61, 22 June 2010 - 02:29 PM.

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first screenshot shows my device manager now has 2 question marks in audio device compared to 4 of the previous, and the second scrshot shows that the OK TAB doesn't HIGHLIGHT when I directed it to Desktop ALC880 .. I also tried Alzeimer's suggestions but I could not connect it to the given download network (their link has a problem)

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Edited by nunezbacalla, 22 June 2010 - 05:08 PM.

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Did you expand the folder by clicking on the + sign next to it?
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