I don’t know if that is the problem, though. After reinstalling Windows XP there is no sound on pc. I checked HP’s site and they don’t have anything there for audio. When I query the database for those hardware ID’s I get this: Message 5 of 8. Where did you get this driver from?
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I attempted to install the driver from safe mode and the setup completed and I got a message it was successful.
Unfortunately we only have a dial-up connection so I might have to try it later tonight. Message 2 of 8. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Maybe a new sound card would be best if you lost the restore media. Where did you get this driver from? I tried the link you suggested and after trying to install it on the computer I received an error message that said that the driver was not found.
I had tried the download link Daniel posted but it was no good so I had to find another source for the driver.
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Cause it was reported as working on XP with SP2. Xound I query the database for those hardware ID’s I get this: Has the sound card failed? This driver came directly from Realtek’s website, the link is below. Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: Message 3 of 8.
Many users try updating drivers through Microsoft, but they don’t do drivers very well. I don’t know if that is the problem, though.
If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Also, this driver came directly from Realtek’s website, the 72c is below. If you right click that entry and select Properties, what messages if any do you see? Note on archived topics.
Reboot after driver install
Could be the wrong driver or it could be that a driver is needed before this one. Maybe that wasn’t the correct audio driver then.
I really appreciate the help, 742d has been driving me crazy. Click on the multimedia audio controller in the device manager, click on the details tab and post the top string of characters you see. It would be better to get the driver either direct from HP or from the card manufacturer. If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board.
no sound in Pavilion c after reinstalling Windows XP – HP Support Community –
Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. To the best of my soune I have the correct driver, but I cant be positive.
Here is the thread from what I pasted above: After reinstalling Windows XP there is no sound on pc. Best Answer chosen by jacklaroca.
However, windows then attempts to start and then restarts before it gets past the windows screen and I have to choose the “last good wound option and then I’m back at square one with no driver and no sound. Reboot after driver install. I’ll try that and let you know.