Originally Posted by roycruse
Do you have a driver disk that came with your PC when you bought it - if not you will need to download the drivers.
Driver disk is by far the simplest option if you have one - most POC manufactures provide a single disk with the drivers for all the installed hardware. If you bought the sound card seperately and fitted it your self you should have a disk with it. Its difficult to help without knowing your level of technical ability i dont want to kick off with a load of things to try as i may completely confuse you or on the other hand you might think im trying to teach granny to suck eggs as the syaing goes.
If you dont have a disk and you want help finding the drivers on line - first we have to find out what sound card you have - is it a sound card built into mother board or is it on a seperate board plugged into a PCI or ISA slot.
If you dont understand what i just said lets start by telling me what PC you have and ill see what i can find out.
Hi ive found a "notebook driver" CD , is this what i am looking for ?
When i checked the sound settings it just doesn't recognise the speakers, it says there are no speakers detected. But there wasn't a cd what came with them. I have had them running before, but i have just whiped the whole lot off of my pc so im back to square one i guess.
If you dont think that is the right cd, would you mind pointing me in the right direction of downloading the driver