I have a Yellow Exclamation mark against this device with a message that states, device either not present, not working properly or does not have all drivers installed. Code 10 Error. I have removed it from the PC and re-booted, Windows found and installed the driver from the hard drive. Does this mean a corrupt driver on my hard drive? I have tried inserting the Windows ME disk but it does not find the required file, it still suggests the best driver is already installed.
I have installed a language software program and it will not work because of this issue.
Sorry, by mistake ticked the resolved button on previous thread. I have assumed that this is the problem to the language disk not working as the language disk requires audio. I have installed the language disk on another PC using Win ME and it worked fine.
I have found a *.mid file and it plays fine. Why won't the language disk play.??
No apologies needed, I only made a reference to your previous link so that anybody else with ideas could see what's been tried so far.
I don't understand why the language disk needs to use midi. Unlike wave & mp3, midi is not an audio format. Midi is just a set of instructions sent to a midi player (keyboards or software synthesiser) to allow the instrument to play.
Smegs, Thanks for the response, Only drivers I can see are for Win 95 and the other site, you have to pay to subscribe to get the answer to the problem detailed on the page.
Peverelli, Maybe I am on the wrong track with the language disk not working if it should be nothing to do with the midi problem, I just assumed it was as it had an exclamation mark. I have installed the same language disk on another PC that runs on Win ME and it works fine, so I know it is not the disk.
I have just loaded on a different language disk and this loaded fine, Sound was there in the opening introduction both music and words, but when I went into one of the lessons, the video clip picture worked but no sound??
Definitely not a midi problem! Somewhere along the line there is a communication problem between the program and your sound card. Let us know what sound card (or onboard sound) you've got and maybe somebody will know the solution.