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Sounds like a Motherboard
Sound driver issue. Do you have the MOBO driver CD?.
Hi there, Frank...Although I do have the MOBO cd(s)...
Even they didn't work with Virtual PC.
It actually will kind of "emulate" things like that.
I did however, download, the "Vista" drivers for my sound devices, burn them to a CD, then Run them under the Virtual PC functions....
All is well now. (WooHooo!)
Thank You so Much for your reponse to my issue.
Did you download the Vista driver?
Windows Vista lacks native support for Realtek AC'97 onboard sound, so you have to make sure they are downloaded and installed. Vista should automatically check, find, download, and install the correct driver when it runs the hardware scan, but if it doesn't you can do it yourself by clicking here. Make sure you download and install it to the virtual machine.
Hope this helps,
Thank you so Much for your response Plus the link to the drivers!
I found the one for Vista, burned it to a CD then ran it under VPC!
I held my breath (and my Fingers) during it's reboot, yet it is now working!
U da Man! :-D
I need help with the realtek 97 also
well i have windows vista home prem i cant get my sound to work for nothing.
for my sound it saying
no audio output device is installed.
I think ive tryed everything.
Its seems like its not even detecting it.
Need help with drivers for my whole board.
realtek 97 I have vista home prem 32 bit.
this audio is on the board of my 760GXK8MB-RS.
also my ethernet isnt working that good eather.
When I try to goto a chatroom and it signs me out and lot of stuff times out. when downloading. my connection is at 6mb a sec but still having this promblem. pretty much I cant get anything to work right with vista.
I hope you can help me.
If you can provide links to the drivers or what ever I would be so happy.
Foxconn does not offer updated drivers for that motherboard and RealTek's download server is currently down, so I'd say hold on and check back later. If you need them now, you can try these audio and these network drivers. Note, however, that while they are the latest for Vista they may necessarily not be compatible with your motherboard. (They can't be verified until RealTek's site comes back online.) Thus, there are no guarantees at this point.
No Audio Output Device is installed. FIX
I had the same problem with my new Compaq laptop running Vista home premium.
Download the following driver and it's all sorted really quick.
Here is the link to downlaod the audio drivers :
Note: Please do not click the link, just copy the entire link and paste it
in a new Internet Explorer browser window and hit Go.
Here is the installation instructions :
1. Download the file onto your hard drive.
2. Execute the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions.
3. Restart the notebook to update the changes.
No Audio Device Is Installed
I had the exact same issue with my hp DV6000 and mangaged to resolve it using the hp recovery manager. I'm fairly certain that my problem was caused by the latest update to the my audio drivers as I didn't start having issues until after my latest update. If you use the windows recovery manager to reinstall the version of the driver included with you pc, it should resolve the issue. It seems like too simple a solution, but it worked for me.
Click start and type recovery into the search box
Click on Recovery Manager
Select Advanced Options
Select hardware driver re-install
Select your audio driver and click go and cross your fingers.
No Audio Output Device is installed. FIX by Nigel
Thank you so much Nigel. Followed your instructions just like you said for the recovery & it worked first time.
WORKED FOR ME TOO..THE RECOVERY WAY...THANKS A LOT....
Thanks cdkcorvette7, that worked for me
Thank you so much cdkcorvette7 !
That worked for me.
No Audio Output Device Is Installed
cdkcorvette7 is a prince/princess!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My VISTA is 64k.
In the HARDWARE DRIVER RE-INSTALLATION WINDOW there were TWO IDENTICAL AUDIO DRIVERS listed i.e. one followed by another.
I followed cdkcorvette7's instructions on the FIRST IDENTICAL DRIVER but it DID NOT INSTALL.
I did the same on the SECOND IDENTICAL DRIVER annnnnnnnnnnnnd SUCCESS.
After SUCCESS, I went back to the WINDOW and BOTH driver listings REMAINED.
As an aside, the WINDOW also lists TWO IDENTICAL nVida GeForce Series Video Drivers.
Can anyone explain these pecularities and whether or not both duplicates should be there?
Vista Home Premium update sound problem - HP n6000
Thankyou very much for your notes on reinstallation of the drivers, microsoft forums were of little use! Much appreciated
Recover Manager does not work
I'm using an hp dv6000 Vista OS as well, and recently installed automatic updates. After re-starting, I had the same problem (No audio device installed). Recovery Manager did not list my audio driver. Here's what I did:
1. Click Start, and type "Device Manager" in the search option.
2. Click Sound, Video and Game Controllers.
3. Click Conexant High Definition Audio (or whatever your driver is).
4. Follow instructions to re-install driver.
The steps above worked like a charm.
Re:Recover Manager does not work
I also have a Dv6000. I too installed the Microsoft update only to find it screwed up my volume. I did the steps you suggested but the icon for my sound controller under device manager has disappeared. How do I reinstall without this icon?
no audio output device
Recovery manager worked for me too
a big thank you to cdkcorvette7. You are the best! I couldn't figure out why all of a sudden my audio drive was uninstalled, but your direction helped me to reinstall. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
i did exactly as you said and it worked perfectly.
thank you SO much!
iv tried the website that you gave and iv tried to download it but it keeps saying downnload failure. iv also tried to switch my laptop off and download it but that dosnt work either
no audio output device is installed
updated to windows vista. never mind!!. had problem like all of you . SORTED it . go to realtek and download and download vista driver.
(executable file) BINGO
The RC is having driver problems
this might get ironed out later. The final version of SP1 might be released for many next month but some will have to wait till there drivers are ready. In fact a special program will access your computer before the final version is down loaded, if it says your drivers aren't compatible then you'll have to wait til they are to receive the SP1. That's just the way it is.
This might not be the problem at all; this might be a problem with the virtual machine.
Sorry I don't have more details. This thread is untracked.
perhaps a different problem, not sure
when I go to my device manager (Vista Home Premium) I have the following icons: Computer, Disk drives Display adapters, DVD/CD-ROM drives, Human Interface Devices, IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers, Keyboards, Mice and other pointing devices, Monitors, Network adapters, Ports (COM & LPT), Processors, Storage controllers, System devices, and Iniversal Serial Bus controllers.
Where in there is my audio stuff?!?!?!
I have the same "No Audio Output Device is installed" I have tried all the solutions on this forum page, I have tried downloading the audio driver (Realtek) for my MOBO model, nothing is working.
Remember we are talking about the RC
The release candidates will be expiring soon since Vista is now gold.
If you posted in the wrong thread just start your very own discussion.