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P105-S6157 - Audio XP Drivers UAA Issue
This was a Vista laptop and I have installed XP Pro and got all the drivers except for the sound device. Currently I have 2 Unknown PCI Devices left in my Device manager.

I have found a few sites with instructions on the web but they tell me that I need to first install the Microsoft UAA Bus driver for HD Audio (sp33867.exe )and that should make these unknown devices appear as sound devices but it doesn't , no matter what i have tried so far they remain PCI Devices therefore I cannot even try to force any drivers because when I select "Have Disk" there is no option to select an Audio Device.

Anyone any ideas?


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Homepage http://www.lavalys.com/
Report Type Quick Report
Generator Mary
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600 (WinXP Retail)
Date 2007-11-24
Time 10:32

--------[ Summary ]-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Professional
OS Service Pack -
DirectX (DirectX 8.1)
Computer Name MARY-LAPTOP
User Name Mary

CPU Type Mobile , 1666 MHz (8 x 208)
Motherboard Name TOSHIBA Satellite P105
Motherboard Chipset Intel Calistoga i945GM/PM
System Memory 2038 MB (DDR2 SDRAM)
BIOS Type Phoenix (12/22/06)

Video Adapter Mobile Intel® 945GM Express Chipset Family (128 MB)
Video Adapter Mobile Intel® 945GM Express Chipset Family (128 MB)
Monitor Plug and Play Monitor [NoDB]
Monitor Plug and Play Monitor [NoDB]
Monitor Plug and Play Monitor [NoDB]

Audio Adapter Intel 82801GBM ICH7-M - High Definition Audio Controller

IDE Controller Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller
IDE Controller Texas Instruments PCIxx12 Integrated FlashMedia Controller
Disk Drive FUJITSU MHV2200BT PL (127 GB, IDE)
Optical Drive MATSHITA DVD-RAM UJ-850S
SMART Hard Disks Status OK

C: (NTFS) 28200 MB (24300 MB free)
D: (NTFS) 101355 MB (98011 MB free)
Total Size 126.5 GB (119.4 GB free)

Keyboard Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard
Mouse PS/2 Compatible Mouse

Network Adapter Intel® PRO/100 VE Network Connection (
Network Adapter Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection

USB1 Controller Intel 82801GBM ICH7-M - USB Universal Host Controller
USB1 Controller Intel 82801GBM ICH7-M - USB Universal Host Controller
USB1 Controller Intel 82801GBM ICH7-M - USB Universal Host Controller
USB1 Controller Intel 82801GBM ICH7-M - USB Universal Host Controller
USB2 Controller Intel 82801GBM ICH7-M - Enhanced USB2 Controller
USB Device TouchChip Fingerprint Coprocessor
Battery Microsoft AC Adapter
Battery Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery

--------[ Debug - Unknown ]---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Monitor LPL0000: Plug and Play Monitor [NoDB]
PCI/AGP 104C-8039: Generic CardBus Controller [NoDB]
PCI/AGP 104C-803A: Texas Instruments OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller [NoDB]
PCI/AGP 104C-803B: Texas Instruments PCIxx12 Integrated FlashMedia Controller [NoDB]
PCI/AGP 104C-803C: PCI Device [NoDB]
PCI/AGP 8086-1092: Intel® PRO/100 VE Network Connection [NoDB]
PCI/AGP 8086-27A6: Mobile Intel® 945GM Express Chipset Family [NoDB]
PCI/AGP 8086-4222: Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection [NoDB]
PnP SYN1010: PS/2 Compatible Mouse [NoDB]


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i was just looking at the spec sheet at toshiba on that laptop.
you have a built in card reader , bluetooth , finger print scanner.
are any of these not working ?
if so thats your unknown pci device.

you sound is the conexant audio which is proving hard to get working under xp.
you can try some of the drivers i have listed here for the hp laptops with sound it does not not matter where the driver comes from
or toshiba drivers

toshiba like hp don't want to help with downgrade , but this model did ship with xp and later got upgraded to vista.
you can see that in the download section where it list's the upgrade.
which would mean somewhere toshiba are holding all the drivers for this model.

download the vista 32 bit drivers for the card reader , fingerprint scanner e.t.c

unpack the driver but don't install it.
go in to device manager and call up one of your missing devices.
click the update driver option and point xp towards the unpacked driver files.
it should find what its looking for and load up.
Thank you very much for your assistance.

I have all the other drivers except my Modem and the Audio.
See my Device Manager photo


The problem seems to be I cant get windows to recognize these devices [/i]as HD Audio devices perhaps. (I'm no expert ......just a thought)
I see on another forum a fix that seems to be working as follows:

From device manager, right click on the audio device that is listed in Other Devices, choose Properties, then click on the Details tab. From the Details tab, select "Hardware Ids" in the drop-down menu, you should see an entry identical to this one


make note of the number following SUBSYS if yours is different than the one above.

Close audio properties.

Download the following driver from Toshiba:
If that link doesn't work, try this one:

Unpack the executable to a folder using winRar, winZip, 7zip, etc...
Inside the folder you just unpacked you will find a file called "BD1HDAa.inf", right click on this file and choose "Open".

Once inside the inf file, look for a header called "[Conexant]".
Under that header, change "Waikiki5047" to "Venice5045", and near the end of the same line you will find another instance of 5047, change it to 5045 as well. Also, the number at the end of this line needs to match the number you found in the properties of the unrecognized sound card. (The number I had you make note of earlier)

Save and exit.

Return to device manager and Right-click on the unrecognized audio device, choose Properties, then click on the Reinstall driver button.

Choose "No, not at this time" at the following prompt, then click next.

Choose "Install from a specific location", then click next.

Browse for the folder that contains the sp105audiox folder, then click OK, then click Next. An audio driver should be detected at this point. You may have to tell windows to install the driver even though it is not certified.

Once windows has finished copying files, you should have a working sound card at this point. (The listing for the sound card in device manager will look a bit unusual though)

the very first line is a problem for me as there is no Audio Device listed ...just 2 PCI devices in Other devices.

Hey, I have it sussed, I didn't realize that I had an old straight copy of XP in, once I updated it to Service pack 2 and ran the UAA the unknown PCI devices got recognized and I was able to follow the instructions in the previous post and all is now up and running.

Thanks Dave for your help.
well yes , i have stressed so many times in the past that service pack 2 must be installed.
people over look service pack 2 thinking i can do it at a later time but it is important.
even in the hp round up page i done it does stress service pack 2 must be installed.

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