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When i tried to change my audio i got this message;

'Volume Control'
There are no active mixer devices available. To install mixer devices, go to Control Panel, click Printers and Other Hardware, and then click Add Hardware.

I try and do this but it is unsuccessful.
Under Device Manager i have a new tab that has a question mark icon named 'Other devices' and the device under it 'Multimedia Audio Controller' which also has a question mark for an icon except with a exclamation mark on it.

I re-installed my Drivers and Bios file from this page which solved the problem before.

Any help would be lovely.
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Don't know if this will help..RU using XP? I had a similar problem as you.All I had to do was click "disable device" then windows will ask to comfirm.Click yes then click the "enable device". Exclamation marks should be gone,worked for me.
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I Found It! I hope.....
I downloaded AC 97 Drivers from this site.
However, i would like info on how something like this could happen.
And technically what i did... :\
Hopefully it doesnt screw up when i re-boot.

BTW this is an AOpen AX4B-533 Tube Motherboard so i wouldnt suggest others downloading what i did unless they have the same. I have no idea of compatability with other Motherboards :\

Laters...
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