"No Audio Output Device is Installed" using Vista RC 1(5600)
by TonyTTurner - 10/11/06 7:48 PM
Here's the PC I have it on...But, First, I installed it using MS's Virtual CD-ROM, then on Virtual PC.
It was a bit tricky using the Virtual CD, but it did install. Ok now, my system:
Pent. 4 w/HyperThreading,Windows XP Home, Service Pack 2, 3.00GHz, 2GB RAM, 1 West.Dig. SATA 80GB HDD & 1 Seagate IDE 300GB HDD, LiteOn SuperAllWrite LightScribe Dual-Layer DVD/CD RW drive. Nvidia GeForce FX 5200 V-Card.
I have successfully created "Virtual" Ubuntu and XP Pro installs using VPC, mind you, even WITHOUT the Virtual CD-ROM.
According to my PC's Device Manager, these are my internal Sound/Audio items: (All listed in Order on the Dev Mgr.)
2.Legacy Audio Drives
3.Legacy Video Capture Devices
4.Media Control Devices
5.Realtek AC '97 Audio
Of course, realizing that these Vista releases are in BETA, I don't expect too much right now; I just did not see any similar problems here in the Vista Forum.
I shall await any suggestions.
Thanks in Advance.