No Audio Device Xp
If we see no audio device xp,
the most probable cause would be computer is missing
the audio device. The error comes up when we switch
on to music or movies. But if we are confirmed that
there is no issue with the audio drivers then we can
check the BIOS settings first. Usually, people use in-built
audio devices; they have to check the BIOS settings.
From BIOS, we need to find the audio device and enable
it. In this way, BIOS would automatically detect the
audio device. After this we need to save and exit from
After restarting the computer, if we again see the no
audio device xp error, then we need to go through
the device manager. For this we need to get to the “properties”
option after a single special click on the “my computer”
icon. Then we will find the “device manager” box and
need to choose the “hardware” tab. There we need to
look for an icon called” Sound, video and game controllers”.
We need to activate the options enlisted under this
menu. In general, we would see a yellow question spot
which signifies that the audio device is not detected
properly. In this case we need to install the audio
divers again. But the device manager misses out on no
audio device xp error.
However, the permanent solution for no audio
device xp error is the fresh installation or
updating the missing audio drivers. In general, the
audio and video issues take place due to spoiled or
degraded audio-visual drivers. That is why the operating
system fails to detect the relevant drivers and it start
up with no sound. So, removing and re-installing the
drivers would resolve the no audio device xp
error up to great extent.