Originally Posted by rogue_blade
ok that was an afwful idea, i just downloaded that and installed it on my m1710. rebooted and blue screened at windows log in due to the install. so i rebooted in safe mode uninstalled and now have no audio drives. i realize i probably just have to find the sigmatel drivers somewhere on the net but now when i go to device manager sigmatel is the ONLY thing i have under audio devices. all my other audio codecs and whatever the other 5 or things were under my sound and audio devices panel are now gone.........
ok so now i need some help thanks to that awful toshiba download after getting rid of it i now downloaded and installed these three files http://support.dell.com/support/down...WW1&hidlang=en Creative Labs - Application Creative Labs - Driver SIGMATEL - Driver
hoping this would restore all my previous audio configurations it did not. my sound does work again but now i have TWO creative audio icons in my task bar. when i right click on one of them it does as it always did giving me the options to click on EAX console, surround mixer, speaker settings etc. the other identical icon when right clicked on only opens the options to 'upgrade'. this second icon was never there before. and now i can no longer open my EAX console or any of Creative things. it simply says 'The audio device supported by this application is not detected. The application will now exit.' can someone please help me out here. and i recommend no one downloads that toshiba audio program that supposedly increases the quality of your sound unless anyone has successfully got this download to work on their m1710?