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Does not support vista

This sound card operates with other operayting system but not in vista.I dont find this in device manager's hardware list in vista

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  • abdhesh1984 Nov 01, 2008

    i have intel 945gnt mother board.there was problem in sound section in mother board and there was no sound.I add a sound card of yamaha DS-XG which works properly in window xp but there is no sound in vista.I dont know whether it supports vista or not but where i can get its driver. dthis sound card operates with other operayting system but not in vista.I dont find this in device mainager's hardware list in vista



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Check and see if you have the correct vista drivers
Also check if it is AC97 codec
Go to the above site it has a page of yamaha drivers try each one to see if one works

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