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Audio 32.dll where source and how install?


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#1 imin2it

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Posted 11 March 2014 - 01:47 AM

Mod Edit:  Merged topic posted in XP with no response from OP - Hamluis.

 

How do I install Audio 32.dll in my windows xp (running on Acer TraveMate 4230)

 

Ubuntu and Manjaro both decline to work saying it is missing

 

I am attempting to download both off the net. 


Edited by hamluis, 22 March 2014 - 07:39 AM.
Moved from Live Linux to XP after merge - Hamluis.


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#2 imin2it

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 01:37 AM

How do I install Audio 32.dll in my windows xp (running on Acer TraveMate 4230)

 

Ubuntu and Manjaro both decline to work saying it is missing

 

I am attempting to download both off the net. 

 


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 09:10 AM

You should not...download system files from the Internet.  If it's not a system file but a driver...then you need to download it from the manufacturer of your system or the component provider.

 

From what I see...file belongs to NTI, so I (again) have no understanding why it would be a cross-platform problem since it would entail an installed program.

 

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Posted 22 March 2014 - 05:57 AM

Hi,

 

how are you trying to run Ubuntu when you get the error message? Ubuntu shouldn't need a windows file.

 

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Posted 29 March 2014 - 09:33 PM

Sounds like a hardware issue to me, because if it were a software one, the new OS (Ubuntu) would load the driver & sound would be up & running. Ubuntu or any other Linux based OS is totally independent of Windows, those OS's finds & installs the needed drivers for your system to run.

 

If you feel comfortable in doing so, you could open the computer & make sure that wires/plugs are intact.

 

Here is the page where your drivers are (you may need to select your model again). Audio is the 1st driver listed & for XP, should have everything you need, for that OS.

 

http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/drivers

 

I second hamluis, it's bad practice to download files from the Internet, as who knows what's bundled in them? As in malware/other infectious code that can damage not only your computer's OS, but also monitor your activities & potentially steal your identity. Most OEM's carry at least the original drivers on their home site for years after the computer is shipped.

 

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