Kako da instaliram drajv za zvuk

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February 2, 2011 at 02:56:04
Specs: Windows XP
Neko mi je sa lap topa MSI izbrisao drajver za zvuk, i sada se baš ništa ne čuje. Nosila sam ga u servis, kažu da moraju da sve da izbrišu pa da sve ponovo instaliraju, ali kako bi ja mogla sama da pronađem i gde drajver za zvuk i da ga opet instaliram i kako, da bi mogla ćerkici da narežem dećije pesmice na CD? Hvala unapred, Zoka.

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February 2, 2011 at 09:12:10
Could you translate that into English?

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February 2, 2011 at 12:33:34
Rough translation from Croatian: (abridged)

Someone with MSI laptops deleted driver for sound, and now they can not hear anything. I took it to the service, they advise to erase and reinstall everything. Where can I find the sound driver and install it again?, Zoka.

Any MSI buffs out there? The advice already given by a service agency seems to be to format/re-install.

Zoka The advice we can give depends on the specifications of the laptop, in particular the soundcard installed (if there is a soundcard). Please come back with some info. Meantime you can look for an answer here http://www.google.com/webhp?rls=ig#...

If possible please respond in English.


Did you Google for an answer before asking the question?

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February 2, 2011 at 20:20:57
Good for you Wahine!! I figured out this much: that it was Croatian, and understood some of the concerns expressed, but I was still not very clear. (This is not the first Croation-language post ever, and hopefully not the last).

The best first-step would be a System Restore to an earlier date, but chances for success in such a particular problem (deleted sound driver) are not great. Since this appears to be an OEM laptop, that OEM's website would seem like the next likely place to research/download appropriate drivers (#2). Number #3 would be Google. Most of the fore-mentioned would be language "neutral".

The "service" OP (original poster) consulted is suggesting their cheapest solution at the service's hourly-rates, and I'm not saying that's bad, but it implies losing all personal saved data. In a general sense, my 2nd paragraph points to ways to resolving the problem for free, without losing any data -- but that is not to say it is going to be easy!

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