Solved XP - WIN7 upgrade caused loss of audio

November 24, 2012 at 10:11:23
Specs: Windows 7, 1.2G/512Mb
upgraded from XP to WIN 7 on a Valuestar desktop. The built in display has built in speakers.
Since the update the speakers are not working. No original disc is available since this is a second hand unit. The display is built-in, with built-in speakers on both sides, so although there are many drivers available at the NEC website there is no specific display model number. The universal driver MS WIN 7 now loaded is routing the audio to the rear optical jack. Anyone know how to resolve this issue? tnx in advance.

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November 24, 2012 at 12:15:34
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The NEC driver you need has nothing to do with the monitor model number. You should use the computer model number to get the correct sound driver.

Or buy a set of speakers for the speaker output jacks.


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