Tiny Laptop A360

  Hermann G 24 Feb 12
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I just updated the O/S on my A360 but I cannot get the sound to work. Have tried several Audio drivers that were recommended on several websites but the sound still does not work. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Regards, G. Ager

  Ex plorer 25 Feb 12

What OS have you updated to.

  buteman 25 Feb 12

Try device manager and see what audio device is installed then look for a driver update for it.

I used to have a Tiny Desktop and and it was this one that I used if I can remember correctly.

http://download.cnet.com/VIA-Vinyl-AC-97-Codec-Combo-Driver/3000-2120_4-10163027.html

It may not be the one you are looking for but maybe worth a try

  buteman 25 Feb 12

Once downloaded I think I had to go into sounds in control panel and click on it to be the default or whatever for it to start working.

  Hermann G 25 Feb 12

I updated to XP Pro.

  Hermann G 25 Feb 12

Thanks for all the tips folks, I've tried all of it but sadly w/o success. I'll keep battling!!!

  Terry Brown 25 Feb 12

In XP PRO press the Windows key & Break together to get the System Properties up, select Hardware, Device manager and look for Yellow Question marks in the sound section. Right click and select Uninstall.

Highlight any one of the item in the list (it doesn't matter which) go to the top and Select Action.Select scan for hardware changes.

This should enable windows to find thge correct software and re-install it.

Terry

  rdave13 25 Feb 12
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