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Gigabyte GA-EP45C-DS3 Microsoft UAA Bus Driver
Rather than have Windows have to know about every possible sound card ever made and could possibly be made, drivers are provided for each that perform that translation. If you don't have the software driver that goes along with a particular piece of hardware then that hardware might as well not exist.
In fact, that's exactly what Windows deals with it: Drivers come from two places: The reason I said that not all Windows installation CDs are the same is that not all have the same mix of drivers. The Vista installation that you began with clearly had the drivers Gigabyte GA-EP45C-DS3 Microsoft UAA Bus your sound card.
While they may, or may not, have also been included on the Vista installation media you hopefully got when you purchased the machine, the fact is that they were pre-installed, as we might expect on a new machine. I have no idea where you got Gigabyte GA-EP45C-DS3 Microsoft UAA Bus Windows XP installation media, but it's fairly clear that it doesn't have the drivers you need.
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This is one of the Gigabyte GA-EP45C-DS3 Microsoft UAA Bus common differences between installation media provided by different OEMs like HP, Dell or others, and one way that they differ from the retail versions of Windows you might buy in the store. The HP disks may well include additional drivers for HP supported hardware that the Windows disks from other vendors would not include.
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I'm guessing that's the issue you're running into here: The good news here is that it's typically an easy fix - at least for recent versions of Windows like XP. They should have drivers that you can download and install.
You'll need to know your laptop's model number, and perhaps some of the options chosen when it was purchased, and the site should guide you to the specific download for the specific audio hardware in your machine. Download and install that, and your laptops audio should return.
This is true for most major computer vendors like HP, Dell and others. They all take advantage of the internet to have support sites that provide the latest software drivers and updates for the machines that they sell.
And most also have fairly active support forums these days where you can get Gigabyte GA-EP45C-DS3 Microsoft UAA Bus help for your computer and hardware from other users and occasionally the vendor's staff as well. In Gigabyte GA-EP45C-DS3 Microsoft UAA Bus case where they don't provide that level of support or you have a custom or "beige-box" machine you might need to actually determine what specific audio hardware is in the computer, and then visit that hardware manufacturer's site for updated drivers.
That's not as likely in this case as you're dealing with a laptop, but is very common for custom built machines, or machines from smaller vendors. I was wondering, if I have a sound card installed, do I need to install those drivers or no?
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I just need to disable azalia, right? Ive just built my first system and its posted with one beep. Im looking at all the cmos and Gigabyte GA-EP45C-DS3 Microsoft UAA Bus the manual. I didnt see anything that said: If you have a sound card u need to disable the onboard sound Azalia Codex.
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Thank you If your using your own sound card, then yes disable the onboard in bios. I have a sound card installed, tho using onboard sound.
Both drivers are installed, devices functional, but control panel is set to onboard. I would use the sound card, just I haven't figured out how to connect sound ports of the case.