01-17-2009 09:12 PM
I performed the manual install. It appeared to be the best bet to get around the SP version dilemma. Again, thanks for supplying the brainpower to get this done; it is appreciated.
08-22-2009 02:27 PM
I have the same problem with Windows Seven RC1.
The manual install does not work on Windows 7.
No audio yet :-(
Any idea ?
All seems ok, device installed, system says device working properly, but no audio out.
02-16-2010 06:38 AM
10-12-2011 12:53 PM
i found this thread on a problem that almost identical to mine
i tried all the steps listed but i get slightly different results and therefor cant progress
Can anybody help me through this ?
Would be much appreciated
10-18-2011 01:50 AM
You might want to start a new message thread explaining the problem you are experiencing. Be sure include important information like your machine type (it should be on a label on the bottom of the ThinkPad and say something like 1234-ABC), operating system version (including service pack level) and what you have done so far to troubleshoot the issue. With that information, other members will be able to begin assisting you in troubleshooting the issue.
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01-16-2012 01:25 PM
05-11-2014 08:17 PM - edited 05-11-2014 08:29 PM
go to device manager,
locate the PCI device under Other devices right-click, update driver, click install from list or specific location,
then browse to the commonfiles folder where you just extracted the HDA drivers, andpress Next.
I followed all your instrcutions up to this point, I'm stuck. What should I do now?
I didn't see PCI device or Other devices under device manager. My Soundmax has been uninstalled maybe that's why? (Soundmax won't install because of "HDA audio not installed error", even HDA audio driver though it has been installed)
I downloaded the Common XP Console anyway for XP sp3, X31 Thinkpad