3110CT no sound after installing XP Pro
I am a novice when it comes to laptops, so here's the problem: my 3110 ct no sound after installing XP Pro. Had no noise when I bought it with another operating system, the report says no audio devices installed.
Does this mean that I have to make a chip for laptop or a driver, I need & where can I find the driver or the part for this.
Usually, if the audio driver is not installed you will get no sound, but also a yellow exclamation point must appear in Device Manager.
If the sound card chip is damage, I imagine that you will not be able to see the yellow exclamation point belonging to the sound card in Device Manager.
You bought this Portege as a second hand unit. Am I wrong?
So maybe the sound card is faulty.
The computer uses an ES1978 ESS (Maestro-2E) and sound chip ES1918.
Check if you can find an audio driver XP in internet.
I reformatted my hard drive using the recovery CD, after which, I installed Windows XP Pro. Originally, it was Windows Home Edition that was previously installed. Now, the sound is missing and some components more.
I tried to download the audio drivers from the Web from Toshiba support site but it didn t work. When executing the installation of the software Sound Max of Analog Devices, Inc., a guest of error is displayed "driver not found, please reboot your computer and reinstall again". Can someone help me on this?
First of all buddy you need to update the XP to the last State. I mean to install the XP2 and all patches and fixes available!
Then you must download all the available drivers, tools and utilities for XP and should install it in the right order.
The right installation order is mentioned in the installation instructions txt file.
XP audio driver Analog Devices Inc. v126.96.36.199.5160 is available on the page and it works for sure!
I installed Windows XP Professional on my Qosmio F30-113 (preinstalled system is WinXP MCE).
All devices work properly except for the audio card.
It not there no sound anywhere, but in Device Manager, it seems, there is no problem with any device.
I tried to install the audio driver (sound-qf30-xpmce - 51049460.zip) TOSHIBA-Center download - but after restarting Windows install tells me, that the current system doesn't support driver, which I am trying to install.
What should I do? Which driver to use?
It's very strange. As far as I know that the driver can also be used with WXP Home and Pro. There is no difference. You are right on the sound card. Your laptop has an its SigmaTel STAC9200D card and the driver is SigmaTel HD Audio driver V5.10.4946.0.
I don't know how did you install all the drivers, but I hope that you did this in the order of good facilities. The order of good facilities, you can find after downloading the install Instructions document.
Just upgraded my Satellite A80-115 from Windows XP home to Windows XP Pro SP2
Download all the drivers for the A80 from the site and install. Everything works except for the audio driver, I have no sound coming from the speakers.
Nothing is cut on the system.
Realtek AC 97 Audio driver
Tried the Patch KB888111 from microsoft but still no sound. It's driving me crazy...
Please help me! 1
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Perhaps the solution described in this thread might help:
1. download Microsoft's KB835221 hotfix
2. Remove "Audio device on High Definition Audio Bus"
3. install KB835221
4. reboot the system
5 XP automatically detects devices
6. after that you don't need, but you can install the realtek drivers
I have a problem with sound after installing Windows 7 on a (PLUA1E) satellite Pro U200. No Win7 audio driver available on the Nordic pilot site. Help, please.
Have you already checked the site Web of Toshiba itself?
I found a driver for Vista 32 bit and Vista drivers most also work on Windows 7 so it s worth a try! :)
Am not able to get sound after installing XP. Drivers from the Toshiba web site do not help. Does anyone have an idea on this issue. Thank you
It's old model of laptop, and all pilots must work. I'm sure you make a mistake. On this old notebook, you must install Windows XP Home SP1 edition and after doing this install all patches software, driver chipset, driver and driver sound to the less rated. The sound should work fine.
If you have laptop model please download the drivers from the EMEA support page http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com
I installed Win XP SP3 on my Tosh laptop.
I have everything works except the sound.
We know of a compatible for this model sound card driver in XP.
I downloaded the bucket full of HD and AC97 Realtek drivers, but none seems not to work.
I'm really struggling with this one and do not want to go back to Vista.
Reall any help is appreciated. Robbie.
I had the same problem with sound after installing XP everything seemed fine but no sound!
I found a solution;
You need to install the MS patches; KB835221 and KB888111
These hotfixes must be installed before installing driver sound!
But I put t know how it works with SP3. I think that you need to remove the SP3 first and then you could install the patches mentioned.
However, once the patches have been installed, you must follow with the Realtek HD audio driver installation. The latest driver should be placed also on the Realtek page too.
Well, in my case it worked so it should work on your laptop too!
No sound after installing windows on my hp 620 help 8
I can't find your audio driver on the HP support page, but I was able to locate it, which is the same engine as yours, just the latest version. According to what is listed, it supports Windows 8. Give it a shot and let me know if it works for you.
I lost sound after installing Vista SP1 Ultimate on my HP Pavilion Dv4... everything was fine before. Help, please.
Go to the HP support website and search for Windows Vista drivers for your specific model number. Also look for recent updates, even if your PC comes with Windows Vista preinstalled.
If there are Vista drivers then download to a folder on your hard drive and install all of them, starting with the installation card mother/chipset drivers, then the SATA, LAN, Audio, drivers and other device drivers.
J W Stuart: http://www.pagestart.com
I bought a new HARD drive, installed windows 7 ultimate, there is no sound after installing windows7 ultimate.
When I attach my old HARD drive, windows XP, I get the sound.
Device Manager shows no error.
Pls correct me or direct me to over come this problem
If your computer has problems play a sound, try using the Audio playback problems resolution to solve the problem. For measures and additional information, see o ink below.
Open the troubleshooting of Audio playback
I had to reinstall Win XP Home - which went well, however - now there is no sound and it says no audio device is installed. I tried to install the audio drivers on the Toshiba CD but they go as far as unpacking but then say "not installed" and Setup stops.
I went to www. support. Toshiba.com and follow the menu to identify which drivers to download? but there are several possibilities for the
Model A - 10 and I am not sure I have listed below models have.
A10-S100, A10-S1001, A10-S127, A10-S128, A10-S129, A10-S1291, A10-S167, A10-S169, A10-S1691, A10 S177, A10-S178.
I would be grateful for your advice.
> I went to www. support. Toshiba.com and followed the menu in order to identify which drivers to download, but there are several possibilities for model A-10
What you mean? On the European driver Toshiba page, you will find only one series Satellite Pro A10.
Once again; Do you have a computer or a Sat Pro A10 laptop satellite A10?
There is a driver of sound for a portable Pro A10. This is a version of audio driver Analog Devices 5.12.01.3542.
If you are using XP SP2 please check the information provided on the page of the driver Tosh
I just installed XP PRO, including service pack 2, from scratch, on a Satellite Pro A10. I downloaded the latest drivers for modem from this site and install them. (several times). All anything will do, when querying the modem diagnostics tab all that I get is a message indicating that the com port cannot be opened. Is the modem on COM3. Can anyone help please? I tried the suggestions of the other posts, but nothing helps.
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I'm not sure but I think that your camera comes with SP1. It is possible that some hardware components are on strike after installation of SP2. Try to reinstall the sound driver.
Check it please this interesting page http://modemsite.com/56k/xptip.asp.
Audio... No sound!
I formatted the hard drive and intalled win xp pro, now it tells me I have no audio device, please help!
Go to your computer manufacturer's support web site
and search for the Windows XP drivers for your specific computer or motherboard model number.
If there are Windows XP drivers, then download to a folder on your hard drive and burn it to a CD/DVD.
Then, after installing XP install all device drivers, starting with the card mother/chipset drivers,
LAN, Audio, USB, SATA, etc, and so on.
Note: If there is no XP driver listed, then your computer is not compatible Windows XP.
List of computer manufacturer support sites:
If you have an Intel motherboard, you can try the Intel driver update utility: http://www.intel.com/support/detect.htm?iid=dc_iduu
Check the download site of the manufacture of the graphics card for the newer Windows XP drivers for your card.
J W Stuart: http://www.pagestart.com
My HP d530 sff (DG058A) no sound after that I installed windows 7, I think it is an ADI SoundMax AC97 Integrated Digital Audio Driver. Can you please link me to the driver audio latset.
You should be able to use the driver Vista support page of your PC. Install and reboot the PC.
This package contains the audio driver for the ADI AC97 Digital Audio Controller integrated in the supported desktop models and operating systems. -Provides the initial version of the drivers for desktop models and operating systems supported.
Got an Equium A200-IVO which worked on Vista and crashed. Reinstalled Windows XP and got most of the things works but Pascal get any sound. How to load an audio device?
Tried all the downloads on the techguys site that nothing works.
Can you help me?
What version of Windows XP that you have installed?
I ask this question because the SP3 for XP contains important updates for the sound card drivers, they needed for their work.
After installing SP3, you can download the audio driver from Toshiba Web site:
Check this box!
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