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mellocakes

 
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I HAVE FOUND THE SOLUTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What you do is:
1. Turn on your iMac and log onto windows.
2. Insert your Snow Leapord install disk.
3. Open My Computer, right click on the disk and click 'open'.
4. Navigate to \Boot Camp\Drivers\Cirrus and open 'CirrusAudioVista64.exe'.
5. Follow the installation process and restart your iMac when it tells you to.

Your sound should now work. It works for me on my 21.5" Late 2009 iMac.
I've also tried this but with no succes (I have the 32 bit version, btw)

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I was also facing the same problem with my iMac after installation of Windows 7 on it. To solve the problem, follow the steps below :-
Go to device manager in windows 7 and click on Sound device.
Remove the drivers which are installed for the sound device.
Insert the installation disk of snow leopard disc in the drive.
Right click on the drive and open it.
Now in the drivers section, select and install Vista64 drivers.
Let the procedure complete.
The first problem I have here is that there isn't anything as "sound device"...
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