The IBM ThinkPad R51 comes using a built-in sound card, which enables the computer system to output sound. You could connect audio devices like headphones and laptop or computer microphones for the audio jacks around the side in the card. In the event the card is no longer functioning, or if you need to upgrade the card to a single with additional functions and much better sound high quality, you may set up the new device within the ThinkPad’s Computer card slot.
1 Click “Start.” Click “Run.” Kind “devmgmt” in to the dialog box. Press “Enter” to run the Device Manager.
2 Click the plus sign subsequent to “Sound, Video and Game Controllers” to find out the onboard sound card. Double-click the device. Visit the Driver tab, then click “Disable” to turn off the card.
3 Click “OK.” Restart the pc. Insert the sound card software program in to the disk drive. Click “Start.” Click “Computer.” Click the disk drive, then double-click setup.exe, when the installer fails to launch.
4 Comply with the onscreen guidelines. Take away the audio device from its packaging and insert it in to the Computer card slot when prompted. Restart the laptop, if prompted, as soon as setup is full to finish installing the audio device around the IBM ThinkPad R51.
5 Uncover the audio jacks, positioned around the left side on the personal computer.
6 Plug the headphones in to the green jack positioned around the correct, then plug the microphone in to the pink jack positioned around the left, to set up the audio devices around the notebook.
7 Click “Start.” Click “Control Panel.” Double-click Sound and Audio Devices to handle and handle the speakers and headphones around the ThinkPad R51.