'We can't find HD audio device'

Vale - Aug 2, 2009 at 03:21 AM
 Pulang Alas - Apr 8, 2016 at 04:05 AM
ASRock - G41M-LE/H
Audio - 7.1 CH Windows® Vista™ Premium Level HD Audio (VIA® VT1708S Audio Codec)

I'm running XP Pro (32bit) I have no sound, or devices capable of playing sound.

I can't install the codec that's already on the CD. There is nothing in my Device Manager, and I can't search/add anything related to sound....So Does my MB have integrated sound(It's supposed to)? What do I need to do?

This is my system to a T...https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/core-2-overclock,2310.html

I have only the OS and any CD/Drivers that came with the newly purchased hardware...all freshly built/installed.

Please help!

11 responses

i to had this promblem NO SOUND CARD and NO AUDIO DEVICE
just found it worked great
thanks to thomaslee

KB888111 can be installed on top of SP3. Follow the instructions below.

1) Use 7-zip or WinRAR to extract

2) Extract KB888111XPSP2.exe to a folder such as C:\KB888111XPSP2

3) Open Device Manager, search for the Unknown PCI device

4) Right click on the Unknown PCI device to update the driver

5) Point the driver path to this C:\KB888111XPSP2\commonfiles\

It should be able to update. Install the audio driver on your machine. Good luck!

Also read these threads for more information.






troubled241 wrote:
Then I found that if I installed all my HP or Toshiba drivers before I install XP SP3 I have success. To install Realtek or KB88811, XP SP3 must be removed.

more simple plz
yes it is 100% working.
Thank you very much .. I dont understand really these things with PC and drivers but it worked for me :)
thank you!!!!!
I hope it is effective in other motherboard, like hp, dell and asus.
As for now I try it in msi its work.
btw thank you again