Audio Output Device and Hibernation

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by garryp, May 2, 2007.

  1. garryp

    garryp Guest

    I am using vista ultimate 32bit and when my computer comes out of hibernation
    I get the message "No Audio Ootput Device Installed" and the sound will no
    longer play until I reboot my computer. I have two computers both with the
    same hardware configuration and they both have the same problem. How can I
    stop this from happening so that I can let my computer hibernate rather than
    having to turn it of and restart each time?
     
    garryp, May 2, 2007
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  2. Im running Windows Vista Home Basic on my HP Pavillion dv6000 laptop, and I
    seem to have the same problem. Except, even after rebooting, I am told I have
    not only "No Audio Output Device is Installed" but my little networks logo in
    the same corner as the volume icon, it tells me "Connection Status Unknown -
    Server Execution Failed"
    If anyone has ANY CLUE as to how to solve this.. please.. email me at
    , as it is hard to get help out here in Baghdad.
     
    SPC Mitchell, Andrew, May 3, 2007
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