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Chris

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Ok, some fucker somehow got a trojan/virus into my computer, and it started deleting the .sys files, which means the dick for one needs a life and that I need to reinstall windows, as the bloody shit wouldn't even start...
Now, my computer is a laptop, and it is still fucked, I've just reinstalled, but the crap says I don't have any speakers, I mean, for example, I try to play some music, it says "MMJB Soundcard Problem, WaveOut format not supported". When I go the speakers(control panel/sounds and audio devices), it tells me there are no audio devices, but the crap can still beep at me when I do somthing wrong, anyway, when I go to the hardware part of "Sounds and Audio Devices", all the sounds things are there, they all supposedly work, but their location is unknown...
What the fuck is this?

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NaughtyGirl21

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Chris said:
Ok, some fucker somehow got a trojan/virus into my computer, and it started deleting the .sys files, which means the dick for one needs a life and that I need to reinstall windows, as the bloody shit wouldn't even start...
Now, my computer is a laptop, and it is still fucked, I've just reinstalled, but the crap says I don't have any speakers, I mean, for example, I try to play some music, it says "MMJB Soundcard Problem, WaveOut format not supported". When I go the speakers(control panel/sounds and audio devices), it tells me there are no audio devices, but the crap can still beep at me when I do somthing wrong, anyway, when I go to the hardware part of "Sounds and Audio Devices", all the sounds things are there, they all supposedly work, but their location is unknown...
What the fuck is this?

«•·.¸¸.·´¯`[• Archangel, Dark Angel, lend my thy light! Through Death's veil 'till we have heaven in sight... •]´¯`·.¸¸.·•»
Um, did you happen to wipe out your hard drive to start new. If you did, your speaker software is gone, that means if you have the software for the soundcard use it. If not you will have to go out and find some kind of sound software and load it to your computer for the sound to work. Even though you have the sound card, its not going to work without the software. I mean just like when you had to reinstall everything else on your computer all that software and shit. When you start fresh and new on your hard drive, you loose all your files (software)..ect. Try that and see if it works. I should know this because I had to do this 2 times on my computer and like 4 on another comuter in the house because the viruses and the popups where bad.
 

Descent

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Well, you will have to figure out what kind of sound card your laptop has, and then download the appropriate drivers.

It still beeps at you because laptops are designed to route the system beeps through the speakers.

Download this software:

http://www.softpedia.com/public/cat/13/5/13-5-4.shtml

Install it, then run it. It will tell you what kind of audio hardware you have. It should be listed under "Sound Card Information."

After you find out what kind of audio you have, download the drivers from the appropriate website.
 

Chris

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Guess what, it can't find any sound card info, not even inside other things like windows in and main board, stuff like that
 

Descent

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What is the make/model of your laptop? I could easily find the sound drivers for you...
 

NaughtyGirl21

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jstager said:
Well, you will have to figure out what kind of sound card your laptop has, and then download the appropriate drivers.

It still beeps at you because laptops are designed to route the system beeps through the speakers.

Download this software:

http://www.softpedia.com/public/cat/13/5/13-5-4.shtml

Install it, then run it. It will tell you what kind of audio hardware you have. It should be listed under "Sound Card Information."

After you find out what kind of audio you have, download the drivers from the appropriate website.
Thanks for starting where I left off :thumbsup: , I just didn't want to go to as much detail as you...lol. Rep up. :thumbsup:
 

Chris

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jstager said:
What is the make/model of your laptop? I could easily find the sound drivers for you...
let's see...

HP Pavilion zt3000ea notebook PC
 

Chris

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Ok, I'm trying... if this works, I'll love you for the rest of my life (in a non-homosexual kind of way... my girlfriend hates me enough for accepting the role of gay lover in school play...)
 

Chris

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Guess what... I FUCKING LOVE YOU!!! (still in a non-homosexual kind of way...don't get your hopes up...)
 

ChilianFuckFace

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If you bought the laptop from a local retail store, you should have the DRIVERS CD somewhere, unless you are really disorganized. Then go with the advice jstager gave you!

EDIT: I guess I should submit the post when I type it up... instead of waiting 20 minutes to submit!
 

Jung

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Shit? Where do you see shit, I don't see any shit.
 

Descent

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Glad I fixed it. If you ever need any more help, IM me, or post here.
 

Chris

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Thanks dude, but I allready need more help... I just realized I need a driver for my graphics card too... I must have been a complete idiot to have overlookec it...my card is:

"Discrete Video graphic ATI Mobility Radeon 9200"

I'm the software guru...not hardware... :cool:
 

Chris

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excuse this tripple post... when I say it doesn't seem to work, that means: jstager....help me... :(
 

Chris

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nope, doesn't work, it says "Setup could not find components that can be installed on your present hard-or soft-ware configuration. Make sure you have the right hard-or soft-ware."