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Packard Bell easynote

windows Xp

how do i download from the maufacturers website as i have tried to do that but it didnt work

thanks for any advice offered
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Which model EasyNote?
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MIT-RHEA-C
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Sorry, thought I might be able to help you locate the driver on Packard Bell's site. But, unfortunately they don't even show an "EasyNote" with a model number of "MIT-RHEA-C" in their current or legacy listings.

Also did a Google search of their packardbell.co.uk site for "mit-rhea-c" but only got one useless hit:
http://www.google.co...A-C&btnG=Search

Are you sure that's the right model number?
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how do i download from the manufacturers website as i have tried to do that but it didnt work

Does this mean that what you downloaded did not resolve your sound issue or that you were unable to download anything from the website?
To add to what SpywareDr found for you http://www.packardbell.com/support/

Edit: This goes straight to the download page; http://www.packardbe...ontent/download

Edited by phillpower2, 12 August 2010 - 09:15 AM.

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how do i download from the manufacturers website as i have tried to do that but it didnt work

Does this mean that what you downloaded did not resolve your sound issue or that you were unable to download anything from the website?
To add to what SpywareDr found for you http://www.packardbell.com/support/

Edit: This goes straight to the download page; http://www.packardbe...ontent/download



hiya
i dowloaded a driver from the maufacturers site, but it didnt resolve the issue (it was probably the wrong driver)not sure what to do next.....
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Sorry, thought I might be able to help you locate the driver on Packard Bell's site. But, unfortunately they don't even show an "EasyNote" with a model number of "MIT-RHEA-C" in their current or legacy listings.

Also did a Google search of their packardbell.co.uk site for "mit-rhea-c" but only got one useless hit:
http://www.google.co...A-C&btnG=Search

Are you sure that's the right model number?


Hiya
on the bottom of the laptop there is a sticker which says Model; MIT-RHEA-C, so im assuming thats the model mumber, i cant see anything else it might be :)
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and near the keypad it says easynote R
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The following are the Current EasyNote model numbers listed on http://www.packardbe...ontent/download : EasyNote DT85, EM BG48, EN BG35, EN DT85, EN F, EN LJ61, EN LJ63, EN LJ65, EN LJ67, EN LJ71, EN LJ73, EN LJ75, EN LJ77, EN LM81, EN LM82, EN LM83, EN LM85, EN LM86, EN LM87, EN LM94, EN LM98, EN LX86, EN MH36, EN MH45, EN ML61, EN ML65, EN MT85, EN MX52, EN NJ31, EN NJ32, EN NJ65, EN NJ66, EN NM85, EN NM86, EN NM87, EN NM98, EN NX86, EN RS65, EN RS66, EN SL35, EN SL45, EN SL51, EN SL65, EN SL81, EN SL85, EN SL86, EN TH36, EN TJ61, EN TJ62, EN TJ63, EN TJ64, EN TJ65, EN TJ66, EN TJ67, EN TJ68, EN TJ71, EN TJ72, EN TJ73, EN TJ74, EN TJ75, EN TJ76, EN TJ77, EN TJ78, EN TM01, EN TM05, EN TM80, EN TM81, EN TM82, EN TM83, EN TM85, EN TM86, EN TM87, EN TM89, EN TM93, EN TM94, EN TM97, EN TM98, EN TM99, EN TN36, EN TN65, EN TR81, EN TR82, EN TR83, EN TR85, EN TR86, EN TR87, EN TX86.

And the following are the Legacy EasyNote Model numbers listed on ftp://ftp.download.packardbell.com/NOTEBOOK/ : A5, A6, A7, A8, B3, BG45, BG46, BU45, C3, D5, E1, E2, E3, E4, E5, E6, F5, F7, G1, G5, GN25, GN45, J2, K5, L2, L4, MB55, MB65, MB66, MB68, MB85, MB86, MB87, MB88, MB89, ME35, MH35, MV35, MV46, MV51, MV61, MV86, MX35, MX36, MX37, MX45, MX51, MX52, MX61, MX65, MX66, MX67, MZ35, MZ36, MZ45, R0, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, S2, S4, S5, S8, SB65, SB85, SB86, SB87, SB88, SB89, SJ51, SJ81, SJ82, SW35, SW45, SW51, SW61, SW86, V5-MV45, V7-MV85, W1, W3, W5, W7, W8-SW85, XS10, XS20.
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Hiya
i finally have the model number, it's an 'R4 series-R4622'
thank you
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sorry should have said i folowed y0ur link to the packard bell site,but which do i actually download? sorry for being so thick! :)
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The one at the top of the list here ftp://ftp.download.packardbell.com/NOTEBOOK/EasyNote%20R4%20series/Driver/Xp/
Download and save the soundcard drivers and make sure you have deleted all of the old soundcard drivers before attempting to install the new ones.
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thank you :)
how do i know if they are deleted tho :)
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•Click "Start", "Control Panel", "Administrative Tools", "Computer Management", and then "Device Manager".
Scroll through the list of device categories, find "Sound, Video and Game Controllers", and then click on the "+"
in front of it to expand a list of your devices. Your sound card will be listed here.
Right click on your sound card, select "Properties", and then click on the "Driver" tab.
Click "Uninstall" and then click "Ok" when the system asks if you are sure that you want to uninstall the drivers.
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