C Media Ac97 Device Cannot Start
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i have done this once before previously and it was fine. However, I'm not exactly sure of the cause. 0 Message Author Comment by:jnri2005-07-31 Okay, I guess we have some progress here. System Windows and DirectX version.
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When you double click C-Media AC97 Audio Device, under device status, it says: This device cannot start. (code 10) Click troubleshoot to start the troubleshooter for this device. Video should be smaller than 600mb/5 minutes Photo should be smaller than 5mb Video should be smaller than 600mb/5 minutesPhoto should be smaller than 5mb Related Questions C-Media AC97 Audio Device omg i was going to rip my hair out! http://www.edmartechguide.com/2009/09/c-media-ac97-audio-device-this-device.html Glad to help! :) November 10, 2009 at 12:43 PM sctrj said...
Thank you! rather download the drivers for the audio. It might not be the Sound Card driver which is the problem, it could be a simple Hardware conflict. I am getting no sound except for the annoying buzzing when I move my mouse.
Sotec Winbook WV2150 - Audio and Video Driver WinX... https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/21510238/Device-cannot-start-CODE-10-C-MEDIA-AC97-Audio-Device-How-can-I-fix-this.html Error code can also be caused by a device (IRQ) conflict. I have gone to the website for C-media and i must have tried every driver i could find on that site. you are a genius!!
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Memory Frequency and timings. Actually, all I need was the Realtek AC97 v401 driver (or something like that.) It was just that all the detection software I used "told" me I needed C-Media or VT Similar Threads - Solved HELP Media My videos are going crazy .. Finally, got it working.
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