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"Daemon Cain" <DaemonCain@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I've got the onboard audio card C-Media High Definition Audio Device.
> Windows Vista Beta 2 did not have drivers out of the box for this device
> I installed the drivers from the CD ROM.
> In Device Manager everything looks fine and everything is reported as OK
> however I get no sound.
> Here's the only workaround I've been able to get to work
> 1) Go to device manager and Uninstall the audio device
> 2) Scan for new hardware changes and the device will be detected again.
> Now I have sound.
> The only problem now is that the PC will Blue Screen randomly. I can
> recreate the blue screen problem by clicking on the volume slider in the
> volume control very quickly (making it ding).
> The PC then blue screens, reboots and I again have no sound until I
> uninstall and reinstall the device.
> Anyone encountered anything like this with a more permanent solution?
> Daemon Cain