Hi to the DaniWeb family !
I have a Thinkpad 600, laptop......I know it's outdated, it's just for surfin the net .
My sound driver/program is having problems remembering the settings when I turn the laptop off.
Everytime I start the laptop I have to go into Device Manager, and uninstall CRYSTAL WDM AUDIO CODEC under the listing :
Sound,video , game controllers, because it has a yellow exclamation mark on it.
I uninstall it and then reinstall it by hitting " SCAN FOR HARDWARE CHANGES ". Then I have sound and everything is great. But, when I turn the laptop off, and reboot, I have to do it all over again, just to get sound.
If I go into the Control Panel , under Sounds and Audio Devices, it will say that " NO AUDIO DEVICE ".
I go into Device Manager, uninstall the CRYSTAL WDM AUDIO CODEC and reinstall it...... and then in Sounds and Audio Devices" it will say CRYSTAL WDM AUDIO .
Also, when I reinstall CRYSTAL WDM AUDIO CODEC in the Device Manager, the Devide volume goes from greyed out to black.
Basically the computer is forgetting what I'm doing and I have to keep doing it every time I reboot.
Anyone got any suggestions on how to help this laptop remember ?
Any and all help is very much appreciated !!!