well i have a dell computer and the audio drivers gone,and my dad has a toshiba computer with an audio driver but nothing works on his computer.i have a software cd that came with his computer that has an audio driver on it so could i put the audio driver on my computer thats a dell even if the computer it came with is a toshiba?
mix them together and call it a delliba. patent the name and market it.
thanks for that very,very valuble peice of advice
What were the audio drivers on your computer called? Do you have a soundcard, or is it onboard? If so, what kind?
no problem. the answer that was hidden in the message is it should work, but thats saying alot. so much of the componets could be different. i see its just the drivers your missing from what you said. as long as its not the card then it should be ok to just install the other drivers onto it. but just remmeber that tosiba is foreign, and dell is USian. if yours doesnt have any on it at the moment then i say go ahead and try you cant make it any worse.
was that better?
was that better?
Dude, only a driver specific to your sound board will work. There's a wonderful thing called GOOGLE (gasp). Search for you sound card. If you don't know how to find what you have, go to your device manager in System.
You could probably just go to dell and download the driver from them.
yeah, the dell drivers are always on the website, and just for the record, DELL SUCK!
Right Click on My Computer>Properties>Hardware>Device Manager>Right click on your sound card (probably has a yellow question mark next to it if the driver is really missing)>Update Driver
it has the yellow thing but i dont have a cd to update it.by the way its a multimedia audio controller