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Hi guyz:)

Sorry to be a pain am IT numb nutz:)
have got no sound since reinstalling XP HOME coz BIOS crash.

Have lost everything:(
C MEDIA sound card.
no system sound:(
no sound atall:(
cmicnfg.cpl on start up

Please help coz am gr8 Tiger Woods PGA golfer with SKYPE.\
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plz help got this far & can go no further

Regards

Norm:)
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Last Post by albertjone125
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Hi,
It sounds like you have not installed you sound card drivers, if you have a separate sound card, use the CD that came with the sound card.
If your sound is integrated in your motherboard, use the Cd that came with your PC or motherboard. If you have trouble, search on line for "installing sound device drivers"
How do you know you had a BIOS crash?
Did you do anything to cause a BIOS crash?
Did you do anything to fix it before reinstalling Windows?

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Hi,
It sounds like you have not installed you sound card drivers, if you have a separate sound card, use the CD that came with the sound card.
If your sound is integrated in your motherboard, use the Cd that came with your PC or motherboard. If you have trouble, search on line for "installing sound device drivers"
How do you know you had a BIOS crash?
Did you do anything to cause a BIOS crash?
Did you do anything to fix it before reinstalling Windows?

BIOS battery died had to re install windows xp home.
now no c media 97 system sound, cmicnfg.cpl error flags up

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BIOS battery died had to re install windows xp home.

all you had to do was install new battery and set bios defaults and fix the time /date ! never heard of having to reinstall windows for that reason.
cmedia sound drivers if you know correct model #
http://www.cmedia.com.tw/drivers.html

Edited by caperjack: n/a

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Simply,you may drive selected from CD can be read.......... Further format the existing window and start installation process, you will no problem and it will be working after completing step by step instruction

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