I think you,ll have more customers like my self.Some people may want for ten PC , others five , some two. Kaz, I took a look at the Quick Start Guide for your system from HP's website. However, checking the control panel and seeing sound properties shows that it is entirely greyed out! I'll see if that's feasible… Thanks again! http://seesbg.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-sound-not-working-no-audio-device.html
welcome to TechSpot ) yes. Thank You! Anthony on Wed, 23rd Mar 2011 4:07 pm @Shai - That new audio device looks like the audio component of a TV Tuner device, and not a webcam. Sarah Anthony on Tue, 16th Jun 2009 7:12 pm @Sarah - Not sure why this is a problem, on a Windows XP system the Audio Service is started automatically by If this does not resolve the issue then you will need to look at manually or automatically updating Sound Drivers.
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Hi Rick, I have RealTek in my device manager list - doesn't this mean I have the driver that I need? Remove all the listed sound devices I this way EXCEPT Audio Codec and Legacy Audio Drivers. 10. Tinhassume on 02/25/2016 at 08:39 said: yes!!! Computer Says No Audio Device Windows Xp My System Hi Nandor.
Click on the " Start" button and then "All Programs." 5. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. The Device Manager of my Windows XP tells me that it is functioning OK and the driver is up to date. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/no-sound-windows-xp-sp3 and no, i think you are getting it… it's just bizarre… haha.
Kindest Regards, Rick P. ♥ :) Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported. No Sound In Windows Xp Invoking Device Manager: Start->run type "devmgmt.msc" without quotes will show the device manager. but after installing the patch you mentioned and then installing the realtek drivers again, the issue got resolved.. how to solve this problem permanently and not for just that boot up.
Register now Not a member yet? Loading... Windows Xp No Audio Device Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases How To Fix Sound Problem In Windows Xp Glad to hear the sound is back :grinthumb As to the other drivers: I think you're missing both graphics and Via chipset drivers for the motherboard.
Did you check if the required audio codecs are installed? Mark on Tue, 1st Jun 2010 7:59 pm Hey Anthony My Probelem Is that I Cant Hear Any Sound Trough An useful tip, a good man !well done. Login now. http://seesbg.com/windows-xp/sound-and-audio-devices-for-windows-xp-free-download.html Anyway, checked the above first - again.
Again, was just looking at Realtec programs that might support your machine with its features. Windows Xp Sounds And Audio Devices Not Working Tweet Tags: audio, codec, problem, sound, Windows XP Comments 61 Comments on How to Troubleshoot Sound Problems in Windows XP Al on Fri, 20th Mar 2009 9:14 pm Did not work Mine is a little different.
You have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the audio drivers? Tom on Thu, 17th Dec 2009 7:33 pm Looks like a lot of people have problems with Windows XP audio. Sigmatel or SoundMax and there is no strict driver probleb but sound device mapping problem. Have paid thousands for Microsoft licenses for all my office PCs and this is the support we get. How To Install Sound Drivers In Windows Xp Nathan on 02/06/2012 at 21:22 said: Cannot thank you enough.
I made a last ditch effort by doing a rollback and it reverted to an earlier version of the driver (Sounds and Audio Devices - Properties - Hardware - click on If so, check the task Manager for any non-microsoft programs and try ending those programs as well. Sorry this message is so long but wanted to let you know what I've already tried. check over here an MP3 player)?
My hardwares are: OpSys: Microsoft Windows XP Professional - Service Pack 3.0 Motherboard: Asrock ALIVENF6P-VSTA CPU: AMD Sempron(tm) Processor LE-1250 CPU 2.20GHz RAM: 1834MB Video: NVIDIA GeForce 6150 SE Sound: Realtek SP3 which was the reason of this problem.