Question by : How to get back sound on “Windows 7″?
A year and a half ago we went from Windows XP to Windows 7. after that we had no sound, i have tried every video i got to see about getting sound on windows 7. on my hard drive theres a sticker thingy that says ” designed for_____ microsoft windows XP” its a Lenovo thinkcenter Hard Drive. when i open up device manager and look on sound, controllers tab. and it says ” High Definition Audio Device” and i go to properties Its totally fine up to date in fact. I also have a sound card in my hard drive. i run on 32-bit Windows 7 Professional. when i look at the sound panel ( bottom right of the screen) its says ” No Audio Output Device is installed.” I honestly don’t know what to do. i gave up in december looking for sound. and now im starting back up! any suggestions?
Answer by The King
Try looking for audio drivers, after you upgrade from one OS to a better OS, the audio drivers are out of date. That’s what I had to do for my computer when I upgraded from XP to 7. I run 32-bit also.
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