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Old 01-21-2012, 04:08 PM   #1
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I have a Toshiba Satelite P300-1FN and woluld like some drivers for Conexant High Definition Smartaudio 221 XP x64.
Only XP 32bit on there site and I've tried googling with no luck.
The AMD high def installed but that is just when conected to a TV through the HDMI output but I would like sound through the laptop speakers.
It's the only driver I'm having trouble with.
Tried installing the 32bit drivers and the sound card is recognized but install fails and says ' MMDRIVER.INF could not be found ' but it I checked the systen32 folder and it's there.
Any help please?
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The driver from the Toshiba site here should contain the X64 driver as well.

Try manually installing the driver and browse to the correct driver version.

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It tried to install but said it can't find MMDRIVER.INF in system32 but I looked and it's there.
I tried to install manualy but it just wouldn't do it.
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Are all the other drivers installed? Check Device Manager

Perform the following steps:
-Uninstall any previously attempted audio drivers.
-Install the Microsoft UAA driver from here and install. After the installation restart the PC.
-Install the Conexant Audio driver here

If you receive an error manually install the driver:
-Open Device Manager and and right-click the troubled device and select Update driver
- Select No not this time and click Next
- Select Install from a list pr specific location and click Next
- Select Don't search. I will choose and click Next
- Click the Have Disk button
-Browse to the location of the .INF file and install the driver
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