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Windows 7: Audio Card Issues: Windows 7 32-Bit


21 May 2009   #1

Windows 7
 
 
Audio Card Issues: Windows 7 32-Bit

I have Windows 7 32-Bit installed onto a Dell Studio 1535 laptop, with an Intel hi-def sound card. The OS recognized the card on boot, but won't let me install the Intel IDT drivers and doesn't recognize the mic port. The sound card is such that the rear output changes to a microphone input when you tell it to through the IDT drivers, and I'm guessing the default drivers don't know how to handle that functionality. When I try to run the Intel drivers from a disc it gives me a "device is not found" error.

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23 May 2009   #2

Windows® 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Charos View Post
I have Windows 7 32-Bit installed onto a Dell Studio 1535 laptop, with an Intel hi-def sound card. The OS recognized the card on boot, but won't let me install the Intel IDT drivers and doesn't recognize the mic port. The sound card is such that the rear output changes to a microphone input when you tell it to through the IDT drivers, and I'm guessing the default drivers don't know how to handle that functionality. When I try to run the Intel drivers from a disc it gives me a "device is not found" error.
Check out my post here & see if this doesn't fix your audio problems...
Doesn't matter the mobo model number or make of computer as the Intel IDT HD chip should be the same regardless & the drivers should still work just fine on your system.
With these newest IDT HD drivers everything works perfectly on my system & it sounds great!

Sigmatel STAC 92xx No Recording Devices (Windows 7 x64)
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