Error code C00D11BA

  rangersboy57 16:41 22 Feb 2013

Can anyone help with above condition code 0X00000000

  chub_tor 16:45 22 Feb 2013
  rangersboy57 16:57 22 Feb 2013

Seems I have no device on the unit, which is cobblers always worked before I reloaded xp ! Maybe its run away! Guess the cards got damaged then?

  chub_tor 19:03 22 Feb 2013

It's probably just the driver that is missing. Do you have a driver disk for the motherboard? Have you looked in Device Manager to see if you have a yellow warning triangle or an exclamation mark. If you can supply details of your PC we might be able to help you find a sound card driver.

  woodchip 19:13 22 Feb 2013

Just Had a Read of this Repair tool, looks like it should do the job, I suggest you check download before running it with your AV

Repair Tool Click Hear

  chub_tor 19:18 22 Feb 2013

Before you download from woodchip's link read the small print as below....

Limitations: trial version offers an unlimited number of scans, backup , restore of your windows registry for FREE. registration for the full version is $29.95 USD for 1-year subscription to use all features of errorend.

  woodchip 20:02 23 Feb 2013

chub_tor Don't like links to downloads like that, but you do not find out till you try loading them. SORRY

  chub_tor 09:46 24 Feb 2013

woodchip no apology necessary, we have all done it and in fact I did it myself just the other day.

  rangersboy57 11:58 24 Feb 2013

Morning Chaps,

I have tried those "Repair tools" lesson learn't. Having checked device manager I discovered I have question marks against MM Audio cont Device type: Other Manfac: Unknown Loc: PC1 bus 0 device 2 func:7

Video cont (VGA comp) VGA: No info.

Machine is ACER SA80 XP Home V 2002 SP2 Pentium R Main Brd #E661GXM

I hope this is all relevant to you. Cheers.

  chub_tor 13:15 24 Feb 2013

Click Here for the official Acer driver site for the SA80 this will give you both the Realtek audio driver and a choice of 3 graphics drivers. However there is a link on this page which says Download Vendor Hardware Detection Utility and if you use that it should tell you which graphics driver you need. good luck

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