So I was ridding my computer of codecs so I could start sorta fresh with a new set. I went to add and remove programs and started removing the installed codec packs. I must have removed something that shouldn't have because now I have no audio.
I do have a yellow exclamation mark under Device Manager. It says PCI Device. Under the hardware id it says it's 8086 (Intel) and a 27D8 (High Definition Audio). I tired to download the sound driver and installed it but that didn't work. I tried installing the chipset software (drivers) but that didn't work either.
I have tried to install Realtek High Definition Audio software (which was in there before) but that did nothing.
Restore is turned off
I am using a Toshiba Satellite A100 Laptop with Windows XP Home.
Short of wiping the HD clean, I am willing to try anything.
Edited by Shandley, 27 May 2010 - 11:45 PM.