Right click on the sound device listed in Unknown Devices and select “Device Details”. As to the hardware buffering, it shouldn’t be a problem, and the only way around it is to install a PCI sound card that has hardware buffering. Any assistance is much appreciated. Sexually explicit or offensive language Spam: This was helpful 0. It is in fact a VIA chip, especially since none of the model numbers appear on the Crystal download page.
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As to the hardware buffering, it shouldn’t be a problem, and the only way around it is to install a PCI sound card that has hardware buffering. There must be a better way to stop Windows from assigning this driver automatically, no? Now this laptop has no sound at all. Block Diagram View Full Image. Since you’re running Win98, I’m way out of practice and can’t offer any pointed accurate advice, I haven’t even seen Win98 running on a PC in at least years Almost a month later and I finally got some time and a monitor.
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Discussion in ‘ Software ‘ started by Crashdance22Cdec 11, That alone gave my sound back after I did a restart. Hope this helps, John.
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. I do not know the chip number.
Crashdance22Aug 11, If crysral doesn’t work, right-click My Computer, select the hardware tab, and click device manager. Thanks for the fast responses!
I’ve had this up on the Tom’s Hardware forums for 4 days and it hasn’t seen any help. I will try that tomorrow, thanks. Oh yeah – I know one of the drivers I attached works for sure with W98, the other one should I xs4299-a remember which is which: Right click vodec the sound device listed in Unknown Devices and select “Device Details”.
They do NOT have “setup. I updated the drivers using the same directory and Windows found a INF file.
This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. The chipset is Intel If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
Crashdance22Sep 10, Did a Directsound test and everything checks out. I view properties and see this: A coddec card I could understand, but a set module?
Your name or email address: Yes, my password is: This is vrystal far as I get with the second set of drivers I found, with the system sound device still unusable. After a restart the device still has the yellow icon in the Device Manager and is, of course, unusable. I have attached below the driver for each chip in. Should I be concerned over the fact that the chipset doesn’t support hardware buffering though?
You must log in or sign up to reply here. I’ve done this with sound drivers and modem drivers when things got rough.