No, but audio works in VirtualPC and VMWare so the fault probably lies in VirtualBox.misterD wrote:I'm running a 32 bit version of Windows 7 as guest under a 32 bit version WinXP Pro host but I can't get any audio from Windows 7. I tried using the Soundblaster and AC97 audio controllers, but nothing. And Windows Audio is turned on. Has anyone gotten audio to work on Windows 7 Client? If so, how?
tacoz wrote:BTW Windows Update will automatically apply this patch for the audio controller... one does not have to go and find the AC97 driver and manually install it.
brewster1486 wrote:This is what I had to do to finally get it to work:
1) In windows 7, download AC97 drivers from realtek website (http://www.realtek.com.tw/Downloads/dow ... Down=false)
2) Unpack and install realtek drivers. (At one point in the process it got stuck in this loop where I kept having to press 'Allow Driver Install' until I finally said 'Do not Allow' -- still installed though..)
3) Restart windows. If still not working then click on start button, right click on 'Computer' and select 'Properties'. Go to device manager and right click on the audio device. Click 'Update Drivers'. Select the option 'Browse for Driver' and select the unpacked realtek driver folder. Should install and then work fine.
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