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Need help with audio drivers for ThinkCentre May 6, I’ll list the System Specs below I got from that Everest program everyone seems to be using on this forum. All times are GMT Click the entry for High Definition Audio Device with the right mouse button. Terms Of Use Privacy Cookies.

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Audio Driver problem with IBM ThinkCentre

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IBM ThinkCentre No Audio Device

Join the community here. All the drivers are available from the Driver Matrix by going thjnkcentre www. If it works on another computer, you know that the problem is either that all of your USB ports have failed, which would usually mean the USB controller on the motherboard popped, that the driver software is incompatible, or that you didn’t find a “mute” in the OS.


thinkcentrs If this doesn’t help, try removing and reinstalling the sound card drivers. Security Reviver Security Reviver support. I cannot select what hardware to use.

Thinkcenrte, i was unable to try another OS. The sound options is greyed out. Join the community hereit only takes a minute. Finally, if that doesn’t help, physically remove and replace the card from the system.

All times are GMT Please select from the list below. Yes, i changed the boot order.

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Visit our Support Home page. Facebook Connect with us. Click the entry for High Definition Audio Device with the right mouse button. I have done a system restore back until the 25th. Thinkcejtre i downloaded those drivers and still had no effect. If so, soundmax isn’t listed. I assume the MT-M that i listed above is it.

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Disabled When i move over to my settings, i go down to audio. It is running XP SP3.


In the C drive there is no folder labeled drivers. If the sound “card” really isn’t a card but is integrated into the motherboard, first try the ESCD reset and driver reinstallation. I honestly have no idea what is up with this computer. When i go in to the bios thinicentre view system summary, it says Audio Support: Yes, my password is: I got to the download page, clicked download, and it searches and brings up 11 potential installers. If they were bad connections wouldn’t i have more than just this issue?

I have it hooked up to our 42″ LCD in the attic.