Satellite A100 - no sound with Windows XP Pro SP3
I'm the reconstruction of a laptop Toshiba A100-PSAA9A-10U038 with a new installation of Windows XP Pro SP3.
At this point, I have not all sounds (Yes, the volume is set to the top).
As this is my first post I covered I hope that most of the bases as with SP3 and I installed all the updates available from Toshiba and Microsoft - well at least, I guess I have. I downloaded the latest updates from Realtek who advised in a general forum but no luck.
Device Manager tells me that there are problems with a "PCI Device" and a "unknown device", and I assume that one of these two is the culprit.
Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
I think that you have installed the driver of his evil.
See this page:
you will find all of the Win XP drivers for this model of laptop.
As you can see there are two different Realtek drivers:
V Realtek Audio Driver 126.96.36.19953
-Realtek ALC861 Audio Driver 188.8.131.5200
To my knowledge, you have the Realtek HD audio Manager.
But before install you the audio driver SP3 must be installed, it seems, that you did
However, the most recent audio Realtek driver can be downloaded from the Realtek page directly.
Select this check box, and then choose Manager Realtek HD audio for Win XP.
Daul Boot Windows XP PRO sp3 and WIN7
I want to have my pc to be a configuration to boot Daul with Windows XP PRO sp3 and WIN7 how?
Access the link that has a video on how to set up a configuration to dual-boot between Windows XP and Windows 7: http://www.microsoft.com/showcase/en/us/details/ae3108ed-a8a1-4ba3-8698-01b8cedd2cf4
Here's a few that has information on multiboot: can I have multiple operating systems on my computer (multiboot)? : http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Can-I-have-more-than-one-operating-system-on-my-computer-multiboot
Install multiple operating systems (multiboot): http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Install-more-than-one-operating-system-multiboot
I have a laptop Toshiba Satellite A100-797 and want to upgrade to Windows 7, it will be available. When I run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor, it shows me a few errors that make the upgrade is not possible.
The following devices are incompatible with Windows 7, the Upgrade Advisor:
-Texas Instruments PCIxx12 Integrated FlashMedia Controller
If I understand correctly, after upgrading to Windows 7 Blueooth and the card reader will not work. I searched the net for updates of pilot, but did not find any.
Can someone please tell me if there is a Windows 7 compatible driver available for these devices and if not, when they do? Thanks in advance :)
Most computers mobile new generation are compatible with Windows 7.
The hardware components are strong enough to get Win 7 smoothly.
If you can install Windows 7, but the question is if Win 7 drivers for A100 will be published on the page of Toshiba.
Maybe maybe not. We'll see
If you won't find Win 7 drivers on the page then you will have to search for the drivers on different websites and will have to collect the drivers with your own hands
See you soon
Hello fellow owners of Tosh
I just got my L40 - 14N slow Vista to XP, which went well, to a point.
All the drivers I used comes from the Toshiba web site, including the * "Realtek High Définition Audio Codecs R1.84" * it did not work. If I go into Device Manager all the yellow dots mark are now gone! But I have no sound and when I enter the control panel of configuration/sounds it is indicating "No. Audio Device.
He had the same problems or ideas would be great.
PS. I have also the wi - fi light does not work, not really fussed on this subject, it worked on Vista!
I've seen many users with the same issue.
The problem is that you didn t install the patches from Microsoft XP.
Patches are needed for the operation. First you must install the KB888111 and KB835221 hotfix before you install the audio driver.
Maybe you should take a look here also:
When I play diferent mp3 in Windows Media Player, sometimes at the beginning of an mp3 file, I can hear a little push.
Would be - this probs software or hardware?
It happens only with mp3 files or also when you play audio CDs?
Can you please describe the detailed problem?
I need help to find the disks required to run Windows XP Pro SP3 PT - PT on my Satellite A200 - 1 3.
Due to the extremely poor performance of Windows Vista, I did a downgrade of the operating system and I've managed to install the SP3 Windows XP Pro PT - PT, but some components does not (Ethernet, network, WiFi, Audio, Modem, video VG compatible) as they shoud due to the lack of correct readers for XP.
I tried to find the spec of my machine then trying to find the right drive in the components manufacturer sites in the Toshiba site, but it turns out be a mission impossible because it seams to have a detailed description on all machines A200 except A200 - 1 3.
If you can help me on this topic, I would be grateful. Thank you.
Why you don't use an advanced search option here in the forum to get similar questions:
Intend to buy 130 TS and would like to know if I could use it as an office
PC with Windows 8 PRO OEM builder version of the product?
Hello and welcome back!
It should work. Windows 8 is compatible / certified on the TS130 platform means that Lenovo provides drivers, firmware, etc. for this OS and is supported.
I installed Windows XP on my new computer (with Windows 7 PRO), but my USB does not work on Windows XP. It works fine on Windows 7.
And much more: (XP mode requires professional, Ultimate or Enterprise).
Get all the benefits of Windows 7 and continue to take advantage of your investments and more
business and productivity programs that require a PC running Windows XP.
Note: Windows XP Mode requires a download.
Windows XP mode
Windows XP Mode is supported through Technet
TechNet - Forums - Windows 7 virtualization
I hope this helps.
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By ensuring NOT to click inside the list, use the scroll bar on the right until you see the line highlighted and verified with the port used for this printer. That said this line in the columns 'Port' and 'Description '?
Note that you may need to click and drag on the small vertical line between 'Port' and 'Description' in the header line to make the column wide enough to read the entire entry.
Click Cancel to exit the printer properties dialog box.
It would be logical financial and I would get an adequate return if I upgraded the OS on my HP Compaq dc 7800 sff with Windows XP Pro to Windows 7 or 8 based on the material of additonal I would need. I just want to know if it would be practical.
If I had your unit, probably, I would like to install windows 7 on it, but would be applications that I mentioned to you before you do, then would the decision to install one or the other.
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Found via google, I have 'professional' to actually try, so I can't test it. Also, not sure about the legality of all know if its actually authorized or not licensed?
It may be useful
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