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Sound Driver Installation Failture

I have Asus P5GC-MXX/I333 Mainboard. When Istalling sound drive it gives an error "INSTALL REALTEK HD AUDIO DRIVER FAILURE" [Error Code 0xE0000227].
Any solution install the sound driver. Using Original Driver from the CD.

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  • deasly Jan 14, 2009

    Got damn it!!! I buy a new PC two days ago, and i install the fuckin windows xp sp3.. and then started the problems.. i can't install audio driver - have the same problem, the same message .. and when go to device manager and press 'update driver' there no window to pop-up to install / update the driver... **** happened, i'm gonna to format the pc

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Go to systemaxpc.com look up your driver on the downloads page. download it and save it. open the zipped file look for setup and viola sound

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