I have recently installed Windows 7 (ultimate, 64 bit), on a Medion Titanium MD 8385PC desktop making it dual boot with Windows xp. Now when I log on using xp I still have sound but not when I log on using Windows 7. The onboard soundcard is a "C-Media AZA AZ 97".
Windows 7 gives me an error message that "NoAudio Output Device is installed." Whenever I try troubleshooting I first get the message that, "High Definition Audio Device has a driver problem" and then, "Not fixed".
When I ran Windows 7 upgrade adviser it specifically said, "This device is compatible with Windows 7" next to "Devices... C Media High Definition Audio Device." This was all under the heading, "Information about upgrading to 64-bit Windows 7."
Today I have installed a cheap Yamaha PCI soundcard but that didn't help either. I still only get sound when I log on using Windows xp.
I would really appreciate any help on this one as I have spent many days and lots of hours so far without success.
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have you installed any drivers in windows 7?
if not you better find it and download it.
use Unknown Device Identifier http://www.zhangduo.com/udi.html
Sound drivers are one thing that generally don't seem to work …
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There is no support for pentium 4 based systems for windows 7. Why would you install windows 7 on a P4? it would work really bad. keep using xp, my advice.
the minimum requirements for windows 7 are lower than for windows vista, but that doesn't mean that low. sorry …
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