Hi,I bought an old IBM thinkpad T41 from my firm and it has no sound.It says no device installed, so I guess I need to purchase a soundcard. I don't know what to look for. I don't need state of the art. Just some sound.What do I need ?Any help gratefully received....Paula
If you right-click My computer, then left-click Properties, Hardware, Device Manager, Sound, Video and game Controllers - what's listed?
Being a Thinkpad (laptop) you can't buy a sound card as this will be built into the motherboard.The 'sound card' is most probably in place, but you just need the drivers for it.Try this link and then click on 1ga241ww.execlick here
Hi Both, Thanks for the steers. On "Sounds and Audio Devices" I've got "No audio devices".What to do next please??With thanks
Sorry, didn't answer fully:"Sound, video & game controllers" showsAudio codecslegacy audio drivesLegacy Video Capture DevicesMedia Control DevicesVideo codecsAll drivers now up to date but silentPaula
Have you tried clicking on the volume control in case your works muted or turned down the sound
The support site gives a list of steps to try: click hereI wouldn't recommend trying to update the bios but setting the system to its default state and the other troubleshooting steps look helpful.
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