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Windows 7: No Sound on W7

04 Nov 2009   #11

7600.20510 x86

Another custom creation?

Give me a few moments and let me see what I can do.

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04 Nov 2009   #12

7600.20510 x86

This should work for x64. Right click the audio device in device manager. Update driver software. Browse. Have disk. Let me pick. Browse. Navigate to the folder you extracted to. Double click .inf and let it install.

Only other driver I can find and make work is for x86. If you want to install x86 version of Windows instead so it is compatible with audio....then.....

Download my attachment and extract it to desktop or wherever.

Right click the audio device in device manager. Update driver software. Browse. Have disk. Let me pick. Browse. Navigate to the folder you extracted to. Double click on wdma_ens.inf. Hit ok. Let it install.

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04 Nov 2009   #13

Windows 7

Well, I'm a little confused, since there are three .inf files to the extracted "sp37325." I tried one of them, but it led me to a screen with three more options. Only some of the .inf's install. Even if they do install, however, there is no change. Setup forces me to restart, but there is no change upon returning. Am I going to have to get a new sound card? Is this a hardware problem? I don't see how it could be if I haven't changed any hardware, only the OS.
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