12-05-2012 03:23 PM
I'm new one here and just need to ask 1 question My friend came from USA to Croatia and brought me Aspire V3 731 4649, but forgot all papers (brand new laptop from newegg)...is CD part of the package or not? I can't find this answer anywhere..
Want to install Windows 7 64-bit but can't find Dolby Home Theatre drivers anywhere?!?
12-05-2012 04:56 PM
I found this on Dolby.com: Dolby Home Theater v4 is designed into select PC models and is not available for direct purchase or download.
So...what now about that? What can I do?
12-05-2012 09:22 PM
Audio drivers are available from our website:
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12-06-2012 03:21 PM
Yeah I know that but there's no Dolby Home Theatre sound driver. You need to know that
I installed Win7 Pro 64-bit but i can't install DHT sound driver because I can't find it anywhere...now i have just usual sound driver on my laptop.
So what is the point with DHT speakers in that case??
12-11-2012 06:17 AM
Hey Tommy...you work for Acer and you can't give me answer for this question? Or anybody from Acer? Just simple question...but without answer?
01-30-2013 06:24 PM
Download the audio driver for the device and unzip it. The Dolby Home Theater v4 application installer can be found in a folder named "PCEE4" and the install executable is "DolbyHomeTheater.msi". Don't bother with "DolbyAdvancedAudio.msi" because it appears to just be a dumbed down version of DHTv4.
Took me a while to find this out myself, hopefully you see this since your post was only a month ago.