Updating multimedia audio controller
This is according to: means that the drivers has been installed or found by Windows, but the device is simply disabled.
Continuing with the example on the previous page, it says that the device ID of the affected multimedia audio controller is: PCIVEN_8086&DEV_24D5&SUBSYS_810D1043&REV_023&267A616A&0&FDHowever, in the Device Instance ID information, the most useful piece of information is this part: PCIVEN_8086&DEV_24D5&SUBSYS_810D1043On the Internet, one of the biggest computer driver databases are and (see below for the complete list).The question mark symbol is a sign of a more serious problem: the driver for the device is NOT installed.If you do install it, by clicking “Reinstall Driver,” Windows will find the driver if it is stored in your computer, or even ask you for the driver location.You reinstalled Windows XP on your computer and you lost your drivers. This is an accurate procedure, and you do not need to purchase any third party software to solve your problem.Worse, you do not know the name of the hardware/device name, and naturally, you don’t have the installation CD. However, there are two things that are required and important: Do you meet the above requirements? Before diving very deeply into this problem, check to see if the problem can be solved in the easiest and most traditional way.