Re: Vista Ultimate x64 (SP1) - No Audio Device Installed
HP Support is giving me the drivers that came with the system. They really
cannot help me since I setup a RAID array and installed my own copy of Vista
"Colin Barnhorst" wrote:
> What is HP support saying about it? It may be a hardware defect needing
> "Jason Lo Presto" <JasonLoPresto@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Hello everyone,
> > I am having a problem getting any sound card to work in Vista SP1 (64 bit
> > edition).
> > I have three (3) audio devices to test on:
> > Asus Sonar D2X -
> > Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Extreme Audio
> > RealTek High Definition Audio (onbaord)
> > All three manufacturers claim the support Vista 64 bit. I have installed
> > all
> > of the latest drivers via the manufacturers website. Even tried some beta
> > drivers. (Yes, I've disbaled the on board audio via the BIOS).
> > With each attempt Windows Device Manager correctly identifies each audio
> > device and lists the proper driver version. However, the sound icon is
> > "x'd"
> > out and when I open the volume mixer I get "No Audi Device is Installed".
> > I
> > have tried restarting a million times and also tried putting the PC to
> > sleep
> > several times, nothing works.
> > My hardware is as follows:
> > HP Pavilion (Purchased 4 weeks ago)
> > Intel Quad Core Extreme Processors with 12mb Cache
> > 6GB RAM
> > SATA Drives with a split backplane
> > 2 RAID 1 Arrays
> > 756 MB NVIDIA Video Card
> > Does anyone have any ideas? I also have probelms with basic services not
> > starting. I am ready to re-image a copy of XP x64 and say goodbye to
> > VISTA
> > for good.
> > Please help.