NickAMonzo , Aug 3, Do you already have an account? Post back and let us know what you find? Sorry this didn’t help. The appears to use the AC’97 audio codec for its sound, you can get the drivers direct from realtek. Changing Advanced Settings
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Changing Screen Settings Yesterday I turned it on no sound. Saving A Document Changing The Power Plan It seems that certain sound chipsets function perfectly in a Vista or 7 environment whereas a few others are simply not being supported by manufacturers.
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Using The Digital Pen NickAMonzoAug 3, Using Your Gateway Notebook I went through and checked all of those options and still no sound.
Would you mind trying the links for yourself to see if its just me? Originally Posted by iseeuu It seems that certain sound chipsets function perfectly in a Vista or 7 environment whereas a few others are simply not being supported by manufacturers.
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