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Boot Camp, Windows and NO SOUND


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Installed vista (via bootcamp) and I have no sound. I am using this primarily for gaming so I really would like some help.

Drivers are up to date... In hardware profiles:

* ADS Instant HDTVI PCI is not working "This device cannot start. (Code 10)"
* High Definition Audio Device is working...

System is a 24" iMac 2.8

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This device cannot start (Code 10) typically means a bad or corrupted driver. Would try re-installing the drivers from your Leopard disk again.

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This device cannot start (Code 10) typically means a bad or corrupted driver. Would try re-installing the drivers from your Leopard disk again.
Got it fixed... sound worked fine in OS X. I simply inserted the installation disc (OS X) while I was in Windows and it installed boot camp (and all drivers) into that partition... sound came on immediately.

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