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Toshiba Satellite L40-139 - Sound Card XP driver issue

Hi,
i'm having problem to install Audio Card driver on Toshiba Satellite L40-139, i installed windows XP all the other drivers working fine, but i'm unable to install the sound card driver, i tried all king of drivers from toshiba site and from ither sites, i installed some pathces from microsoft but still nothing.
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compxit
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jerseysamCommented:
The Win XP  OS needs some additional MS patches; KB835221 & KB888111

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compxitAuthor Commented:
Hi,

i tried installing all the drivers from toshiba + the 2 patches from MS, that didn't help.
i attached a picture from Device Manager
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compxitAuthor Commented:
The installation of  the  OS is windows xp with Service Pack 3
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compxitAuthor Commented:
i found a solution, the problem was with KB888111 that is not working with SP3
the soultion is:
1. On the reference PC change the CSDVersion registry key to reflect XP SP2:
a. HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows\CSDVersion  value=200  (use
512 when scripting)

2. Restart the PC

3. Install KB888111xpsp2.exe  (follow the link below and rename
KB888111XPSP2.txt to .exe)

4. Change the CSDVersion key back to reflect XP SP3 again:
a. HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows\CSDVersion  value=300  (use
768 when scripting)
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compxitAuthor Commented:
found an article in the internet
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nat_nzCommented:
you need msuaa driver:

best to install before your vendor supplied audio drivers.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/888111
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