Your sound device, such as a sound card or sound controller, requires an updated driver. To determine if an updated driver is available, see Windows Update at the Microsoft Web site, or see the sound device manufacturer's Web site.
Your sound device is not functioning properly. Try using Device Manager to check the status of your sound device.
Do one of the following:
If you are running Windows XP, click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Manage.
If you are running Windows Vista, click Start, right-click Computer, and then click Manage.
In the pane on the left, click Device Manager.
In the pane on the right, expand Sound, video and game controllers, and then look for the name of your sound device.
If your sound device is listed but the icon includes a red "X," the device has been disabled. To enable the device, right-click the icon, and then click Enable.
If your sound device is not listed, in the pane on the right, expand Other devices. If Multimedia Audio Controller appears in the list, right-click the icon, and then click Update Driver or Update Driver Software. Follow the on-screen instructions to find and install the driver software.
If you are not able to find and install the correct driver software, see your computer manufacturer's or sound device manufacturer's Web site for further assistance.
You do not have a sound device installed on your computer. Install a sound device, and then try to play the file again. For details, see your computer manufacturer's or sound device manufacturer's Web site.
You are trying to play a file on the Internet and the server might be temporarily unavailable or there might be a network issue. Try again later.
You are trying to play an MP3 file that contains compressed ID3 headers. The ID3 header is a portion of the file that stores the song's album information (for example, the song name, artist name, album name, and genre). This information is sometimes called a "tag."
To fix the problem, make a copy of the file and then use a non-Microsoft ID3 tag editing program to remove or reset the file's ID3 headers. After you remove the ID3 headers, Windows Media Player should be able to play the MP3 file.
Attempting to remove ID3 headers might damage the file and make it unplayable. Therefore, always make a copy of the file before you edit it.
If this solution does not resolve the problem, the file might be corrupted.
I follow these steps and nothing happen
hurrican1938 wrote:Hi Jesse, I have a PowerEdge 400SC. Will the SoundMAX Audio Driver you linked in your post work with the chipset in my 400SC?? Thanks, Peter
DELL-Jesse wrote:Euko Kyone,I looked up your service tag number for your system and it shows you have the AD1980 Integrated Audio. You can download this driver file by going to the link below.http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/download.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen&releaseid=R94481&SystemID=DIM_PNT_P4_8400&os=WW1&osl=en&deviceid=2430&devlib=0&typecnt=1&vercnt=3&formatcnt=1&libid=3&fileid=122481