Question about Packard Bell (030069) Sound Card
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Posted on Mar 11, 2009
What you will need to do is open up the computer case and physically remove the soundcard. On the souncard should be a make and model on the circuit board. If you can't see it on the top of the board, it may be on one of the larger integrated circuits (ICs). Most likely it will either be an ESS or Crystal sound card. From there, you can use a service like driverguide.com to find the drivers.
Be sure to firmly seat the card back in when you re-install it. You do not want it half in and half out of the slot, that could damage the computer or soundcard.
I hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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