Audio Output Device for Windows Vista

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My laptop is on Windows Vista, it’s saying no output device. I don’t remember if I deleted it but where can I find one? Is it downloadable online?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #143331

Audio Output Device for Windows Vista

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Hi,

The problem splashes means wrong driver installed or not installed properly.

Please download the driver from internet and reinstall it properly. As you have not mentioned the brand of your motherboard, I cannot send you the direct link where you can find your suitable driver. Hence, you can take help from the software to find the suitable driver for your motherboard.

You can use Driver Genius Pro. This application automatically finds that driver for your motherboard. You need just to download and install that driver. After the installation, you need to restart your computer. Hope, this time, the problem is gone.

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Audio Output Device for Windows Vista

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If the “output device” you are asking refers to the audio output device of your computer then you are asking for the soundcard. If you have a problem with your audio output device, try reinstalling your soundcard. Since it is a laptop, you cannot detach the soundcard. Just reinstall the driver instead. First, you need to uninstall it. To do this, right-click My Computer then select Properties.

Select Hardware tab then click Device Manager. Expand “Sound, video and game controllers”. Right-click on your soundcard and then select Uninstall. Close the window then restart your computer. When your computer starts, Windows will detect a new hardware. Install the driver for the soundcard. After this, see if the error still appears. Try playing an MP3 to verify the soundcard. If you hear the music playing then it’s fixed.

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