hp tx1000 - Bringing in the charm of XP

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  1. pcuser

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    No audio card... sounds like hardware problem... may be tell us what you found in Device Manager under the section Sound, video and game controllers... you should have a list of all the Audio and video driver nams... if the "realtek high definition audio" driver is missing, most likely you have a hardware problem if you have used the correct driver...if you can provide a jpg pic, even better..

     
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    Sirach, Lee... my screen rotate is now working.. but found it slow reacting to "ritepen" software...
    http://www.evernote.com/products/technology/ritepen/

     
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    Are you suggestion its a hardware malfunction? I cant see why it would be, it worked fine OEM, on a second vista install, and even on a linux install (Fedora 8). So its gotta be something Im missing in XP.... Heres a SS of device manager, I havent installed quick launch buttons either.

    http://x021.uploaderx.net/x/nosound.JPG
     
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    Dj.

    Try to resolve the drivers for PCI device first. Realtek sound driver may need this PCI device driver to work... to install driver, doubleclick the ?.. lead Device Manager to the driver folder to search for the correct driver... not sure what is the unknown driver, can doubleclick ? then find out what is it from the detail tab... once these two ? are resolved, the audio driver could then be installed...

     
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    It looks like your PCI device could be the Realtek AC'97 Audio Device.

    1) Use the Update software option and point it to the directory with the driver.

    2) If that doesn't work, then on your 2nd attempt, click on Don't Search. I will choose the driver to install"

    3) You might be prompted to select the device type. Choose Sound Controller and then click on the Have Disk button. Point it to the location where the Realtek Driver is.

    It should work.

    @pcuser... Slow? You mean the rotation itself or RitePen recognition speed?
     
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    Is anyone going to make a install CD for all these driver so i can install all at once. I would do it but dont know how to make stream line disk. Great work everyone.
     
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    Lee,
    RitePen... one must write slowly for RitePen to regconize the character.. in Vista... it is much faster...may be due to TouchKit program... more for touch, rather than write..


     
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    does anyone know of a profram that will pull up a onscreen keyboard verses the other input methods?
     
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    please read Lee's quote in page 4... use comfort onscreen keyboard

     
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    How do I do this? point it to the temp directory where the installer puts it? I tried installing the High Def driver and the AC97 driver from the site, they both install fine, and after I restart theres still no audio device! Help!
     
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