No audio in safe mode windows xp

April 8, 2012 at 05:45:21
Specs: Windows XP, amd anthlon(tm)806MHz, 127.48MG
I have no audio in safe mode

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April 8, 2012 at 07:10:08
No audio in safe mode means that you may have a driver problem or a vendor driver is not loading because the system is in safe mode - this is not that uncommon. A third party audio management system software driver may not be loading while the computer is starting in safe mode. Safe mode starts with a minimal set of drivers. Those most essential for system functionality in order to solve a system related problem.

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April 8, 2012 at 08:04:43
Thank you for answering. Google Chrome took me to a different forum last night where there were lots of people talking about how they had found drivers that would fix it but I got an information message or error? message something about a supervisor had to give permisson. It was late and I was tired. My computer was given to me by a man I work for and it is xp professional. It runs so slowly I can't stand it so I am running safe w/ networking. I have tried defrag, help & support options, removing every program and game etc., I even have System Mechanic from Worldstart that I run every few days but I only know what I've taught myself so if you have any other suggestions? My 2005 hp w/ dil up ran faster than this one with 3dsl, maybe there is just too much junk on it? Thanks again for your help, I'd rather run fast and silent cause I mainly do surveys for money, and paid to click etc., not for fun. Happy Easter!

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April 8, 2012 at 09:20:29
"It runs so slowly I can't stand it"

That's because it only has 128MB RAM. XP needs a minimum of 512MB to perform adequately & 1GB or more to perform decently.

"I even have System Mechanic"

Snake oil. I hope you didn't actually pay for it?

And if you care at all about your privacy, stop using Google Chrome.

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