From a recent xp reinstall I've had to download some drivers. I've found that I can't see an altrnative to 'Microphone USB Audio Codec' that is the usb turntable we've recently purchased to change vinyl to cds. The software isn't progressing as it should [it has worked perfectly before xp reinstall]and I can't hear any sound through the earphones that I could hear before. So it might be that I haven't installed the correct driver for the sound card? I've looked under hardware for sound etc. and I've got
Legacy audio drivers media control devices audio codecs Legacy video capture devices video codecs usb audio device
I have a Dell dimension 3000 running on xp. Is there something missing please?
But this has seemingly disabled my dvd/cd rom drive which is a Philips 8701. Windows asks me to uninstall and reinstall through device manager etc. but it did give a warning so before I do is there another way of going about this. I seem to be going two steps forward and one step back all the time.
The driver was listed in Device Manager as working properly, now it has an exclamation mark by it. It will accept cds and the light goes on the drive but it then does nothing. I have installed numerous bits of software on my pc through the drive since xp has been reinstalled with no problem. It was only at the point when I was checking that soundmax was working my sound ok, that I noticed in the hardware in sounds and audio devices, that although the drive was listed it said it was not working properly. As the only thing I had done was download soundmax I assumed somehow, something had got switched off in the process. It says the driver may be corrupted or missing [code 39]. Troubleshooting says uninstall through device manager and then reinstall by hardward wizard.