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Troubleshooting – “No Audio Driver Detected” Problem

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The source of this trouble usually is that the driver setup for the first time has not been exactly completed, or a certain audio driver has already run in a file.

For the first possible malfunction, you can download some driver software like Driver Checker from website, it can practically assist you to locate your problem audio driver, unload it, download and set up a compatibly working driver automatically just by one or two click.

If an audio driver is already in one of these CONFIG.SYS, AUTOEXEC.BAT and DOSSTART.BAT files, you can fix this error by deleting the file that contains a driver, or else deleting all these three files.

If there is no file in the aforementioned folders but driver fails to be installed, you need to modify the Registry.

Click run on the Start menu and type “regedit”, press Enter delete all sound sound related items.

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Removing a Problem Driver – How to Uninstall Drivers

Removing a Problem Driver - How to Uninstall Drivers

    Update mistake?

    Nothing is worse than doing the annual computer maintenance and discovering something has gone wrong. Problem drivers are sometimes a viable culprit when updating a device or software program, but luckily removing the problem driver isn’t very hard and depending on the device or program, there may be alternate drivers that can be used. 

    Problems & Removal

    There can be many reasons why a driver fails to either install or work for the specified program.

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How to Resolve SoundMax Unavailable Problem

How to Resolve SoundMax Unavailable Problem


Computer has no sound; there is a SoundMax icon marked with a red pattern crossing it in the right bottom. If you point your mouse onto this icon, it will show that the SoundMax audio can not be found out and you are unable to use the SoundMax Control Panel, under Start / All programs / SoundMax / Control Panel you get nothing.

Here the SoundMax we mentioned is control panel items of Analog Devices Co.

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Troubleshooting Common Audio Problems

Troubleshooting Common Audio Problems

First, did you mute your audio devices by mistake?

Look at the small horn icon in toolbar at the right-bottom, if there is a dash in a red circle, which means you have muted your audio devices. You just need to click this horn, click on a small frame next to Mute to cancel the Mute and adjust the slider till get a desirable volume.

Second, is the audio driver installed appropriately?

When the horn in the toolbar disappears, goes gray, has a red “X” on it or can not change its properties, in most cases it is due to a missing or broken audio driver.

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