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Re: My Audio Driver CD lost.
Try looking up Xwave with the numbers including on sites like Driver.com is a good one. If you no results then that probably isn't the name of the sound card. Look again on the card and try to find another name. If no luck un install the sound card (with pc off). You may have to start and shut down pc in order for the memory to be reset on the devices configuration. Once you reinstall and turn on the pc a pop up should appear on the bottom right of the task bar by the clock telling you "new device has been detected". Follow what it says, paying attention to what it says about what it has detected. Choose to have windows automatically search for the best driver. Let me know if this helps. There are other sites that offer free driver scans. Just be very careful which your pick as they are famous for tons of 3rd party garbage that believe me - you will not want!
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IF you do have the motherboard driver cd that should have been included inn the packag whn you bought the pc then you can find the drivers for the sound on the cd it self, if its onboard sound you are talking about.
-IF its a pci sound card and you do have the driver cd well there u go...
-IF you lost the cd and it is onboard sound then you need to check the model number and the manufacturer name on the board it self and go search for the drivers on the web, th same thing if its a pci card
hope this helped if not send me more info on what board or card and ill go and find you a direct link as to where you can download the drivers
If it's an pci card and not on board, the best way to work out what manufacture of a sound card is to look for the biggest chip on the circuit board and see what the chip has written on it. It will have the name on it like example Yamaha, Creative Labs, ES Audio drive and analog devices. There will also be a model number under the manufacturers name and you can use it to search in google for drivers.
you need to uninstall pervious installed cd audio driver, Then re-install your audio driver again /restart your computer. if you do not have the cd audio driver, you can visit the website of your motherboard manufacturer. Enter in the search box your motherboard model number which can be located at the motherboard plate somewhere the pci exponsion slot. download the audio driver full path. Pleasure to help you!