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Multimedia Audio Controller

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#1 ToniCancro


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Posted 26 June 2008 - 12:30 AM

Hi All, I am new to this website and am excited that I now have a place to go to with all my pc related questions. Thanks in advance for answering all my stupid questions. I know, there are no stupid questions. but just wait, I will ask one. :thumbsup: Anyway, I am having a similar problem as those who posted previously re this controller. I just reinstalled Xp and now my sound isnt working. Is there a driver I need to reinstall to make it work? I called Sony, and they could not help. I checked the Dell website and that led me to believe I need to install the audio driver. But after reading some of the posts here, I want to be sure I am downloading the right file. Any advice would be great. thanks. Toni

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#2 4ward_tristan


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Posted 26 June 2008 - 01:00 AM

yes there certainly is!

what is the model of your laptop(if it is even a laptop)

easiest way is to then go to your manufacture website, search for your model. when you find it, check the drivers/download section for that model, and download whatever driver suits what operating system you use!!


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Posted 26 June 2008 - 06:58 AM

Your Dell should have come with restore disks which include the driver. If you don't have them, just go to this Dell website and enter the service tag number in order to find your drivers: http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/...;l=en&s=gen

If there's more than one driver to choose from, post back and we'll figure out which one it is.
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