Hey, it's me again, I've got another sound-related problem, but I think this time the hard drive has some influence to it.
First of all my computer specs:
AMD Athlon 63 Processor 3500+ at 2.2Ghz (single-core)
1GB of RAM
A 2GB Nvidia GeForce GT430 videocard.
My OS is Windows XP Professional version 2002 Service Pack 3.
What happened and the problem:
I planned to FULLY format my hard drive, but my DVD-ROM was broken and could read only CD-R cd's. Instead of borrowing my friend's DVD-ROM I decided to take my hard drive and take it to his place. We took his HDD out and plugged in mine, the first 10-15 minutes were a living hell since neither the mouse or keyboard worked, it updated some drivers
and soon after started working, I got some games and files written onto CDs, but that's not the problem.
Coming back home, I tried to run my computer, plugged the HDD and all CORRECTLY (I'm pretty sure I did everything right).
But the thing is, I have two windows installed, right. So, I tried going onto my main one, it would load, then show a blue screen that turns green/lime'ish. Didn't quite get what was the error like. So I tried running it in safe mode, guess what? It worked! But that's not the problem. I can enter my second windows normally, I had no graphics driver
installed, apparently. I installed that, but I still had no sound, I downloaded about 15different sound drivers (I have a EAX SoundBlaster 5.1 PCI Card if you're wonering). During the installation it told me that I had no audio device installed, to hell with it in that case.
I want to know, how can I format my HDD fully in this situation? What have I done? How can I get my sound back atleast?
Thanks before hand,