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Can not find MMDRIVER.inf in my Windows XP system32 folder

 
 
ANPING LIU
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      04-29-2006
I built a desktop PC in 2003, but I never heard any sound from this PC. WHen
I look at the audio devices in the control panel, I got a message "Can not
find the MMdriver.inf in the system32 folder, copy the file from Windows
disk1 to system32 directory." Does it mean I need to get a XP service pack
disk1 or 2 to get this file?

Any help is appreciated.

Richard


 
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      05-02-2006
Hi:
Don't know which Windows version you have.
Let's assume it is Windows XP.
Open a blank file with notepad.
Paste the following data into it:
[Source Media Descriptions]
1 = "Windows Whistler Professional CD-ROM" , TAGFILE = cdrom_ip.5


[Signature]
FileType = MICROSOFT_FILE

[GetSignature]
read-syms Signature
return $(FileType)

[Installable.Drivers]
cdaudio = 1:MCICDA.DLL, "CDAudio", "(MCI) CD Audio",,
imaadpcm = 1:IMAADP32.ACM,"MSACM.imaadpcm", "IMA ADPCM Audio CODEC",,
Indeo = 1:IR32_32.DLL, "VIDC.IV32, VIDC.IV31", "Indeo codec by Intel",,
mciavi = 1:MCIAVI32.DLL, "AVIVideo", "(MCI) Microsoft Video for
Windows",,,msvidc
midimapper = 1:MIDIMAP.DLL, "MidiMapper", "MIDI Mapper",,
mmdrv = 1:MMDRV.DLL, "Wave,MIDI,Aux", "Low level Wave, MIDI and AUX support"
msadpcm = 1:MSADP32.ACM,"MSACM.msadpcm", "Microsoft ADPCM Audio CODEC",,
msg711 = 1:MSG711.ACM,"MSACM.msg711", "Microsoft CCITT G.711 Audio CODEC",,
msgsm610 = 1:MSGSM32.ACM,"MSACM.msgsm610", "Microsoft GSM 6.10 Audio CODEC",,
msvidc = 1:MSVIDC32.DLL, "VIDC.MSVC", "Microsoft Video 1",,,
sequencer = 1:MCISEQ.DLL, "Sequencer", "(MCI) Midi Sequencer",,
trspch = 1:TSSOFT32.ACM,"MSACM.trspch", "DSP Group TrueSpeech(TM) Audio
CODEC",,
VIDC.CVID = 1:ICCVID.DLL, "VIDC.CVID", "Cinepak Codec by Radius Inc.",,
VIDC.MRLE = 1:MSRLE32.DLL, "VIDC.MRLE", "Microsoft RLE Codec",,
wave = 1:MCIWAVE.DLL, "WaveAudio", "(MCI) Sound",, "4"
wavemapper = 1:MSACM32.DRV, "WaveMapper", "Microsoft Audio Compression
Manager",,

[mciavi]
1:MSVFW32.DLL

[midimapper]
1:MIDIMAP.CFG

[WaveMapper]
1:MSACM.DLL
1:MSACM32.DLL

Save it as "mmdriver.inf" into the system32 folder
Try again and see if that solvers your problem.
Carlos

"ANPING LIU" wrote:

> I built a desktop PC in 2003, but I never heard any sound from this PC. WHen
> I look at the audio devices in the control panel, I got a message "Can not
> find the MMdriver.inf in the system32 folder, copy the file from Windows
> disk1 to system32 directory." Does it mean I need to get a XP service pack
> disk1 or 2 to get this file?
>
> Any help is appreciated.
>
> Richard
>
>
>

 
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Hitman Hitman is offline
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      12-06-2008
I was having the same problem. I followed Carlos' instructions and it worked!

Thanks Carlos!
 
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Earthlights Earthlights is offline
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      12-15-2010
I was having the same problem also, and this worked brilliantly. Thanks again Carlos, you rock!
 
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