Intel Pentium 4 HT 3. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Having problems with onboard audio with a Dell Optiplex and W7 I’ve been refurbishing some Dell Optiplexes and have run into a problem. Find More Posts by fireberd. Find More Posts by Nekton. The install had its rough moments but I was finally able to complete it successfully. Fireberd and the rest of you helpful folks:
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That would solve my problems, but I wouldn’t get to play with Win7 which is why I’m doing this in the first place. There is always the chance it will mess up, so back up before optipplex play with this one.
Also, as previously noted it will probably take installing a Win 7 compatible sound card to get the sound sounc – that is what most on the Dell users forum have reported doing.
I tried the XP driver once straight from the download and a second time running it in XP compatibility mode, but neither worked.
Thanks in advance for your help! My knowledge of drivers and the workings audii programming is VERY limited, but is there a possibility that I could run the executable on my Vista laptop, then transfer the files in the file repository over to my Win7 Dell with a flash drive, then do the name change?
Find More Posts by Frostmourne. My dad found a Optiplex GX lying around somewhere. The Optiplex runs Windows 7 perfectly, with good volume for the onboard audio.
TimStitt, Epic Fail is my computing soknd Could that potentially do irreversible damage to my Vista laptop? He brought it back home and I was pretty impressed by it’s specs.
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There souund many posts about this on the Dell users forum. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Having problems with onboard audio with a Dell Optiplex and W7 I’ve been refurbishing some Dell Optiplexes and have run into a problem.
It’s not particularly helpful in this situation with the audio driver, but it’s still a really cool app. Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. The problem is that I can’t seem to get the sound to work; my computer keeps saying “No audio output device is installed”. Could it mess up your sound settings? I checked the file repository anyway, but it didn’t have any drivers that have been modified more recently than yesterday I’ve just been trying to fix the audio audjo this morning.
It came with Ubuntu which was removed when I installed Windows 7 Professional x I tried going to the Dell website but they just said that my computer is not compatible with Windows 7.
I recently bought dfll gently used Dell Optiplex GX To answer your questions: The install had its rough moments but I was finally able to complete it successfully.
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Our forum is dedicated to helping audiio find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. After that I plan to start looking at sound cards or XP, unless you fine folks think of something else.
We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. It’s from the Optiplexbut it uses the same audio device and it’s a Windows 7 driver. I assume the function of running the executable is to unpack the driver’s system files to FileRepository? It just comes up as “unknown or none” and has dfll details when I click on it. Dwarf, That looks promising, but when I tried it my computer still gave me an error message: Download HWInfo32 and use the guide in my sig to indentify the audio driver and update it.
Originally Posted by Nekton TimStitt, I tried adding legacy hardware in device manager, but it didn’t work.
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Originally Posted by Nekton. Open up device manager, right click and select install legacy hardware, the choose your vista drivers. I don’t think this should be a problem, though, since I have done all this successfully before for a different Dell running XP. It s distinctly possible that I am doing this wrong.