Question about Intel Motherboard
I am a user of ZAI computer. I had to format the compuer due to technical reasons.
Now the windows media player is not working .The media player gives the following message-
"a sound device may not be installed or may be used by another programme or not functioning properly"
I tried the following method to update,
"control panal--add hadware wizard--search-----------inernet----"
But the response was this-
"cannot install this harddware.
The hardware was not installed because the wizard cannot find the necessary software."
please give me necessary advice to solve the problem. I would like to have the software that supports the software of my computer .
These are the informations I found on the motherbord.
NO: 7G4043 02531 (the number found on the sticker)
REV:3.9 PCB made in China "
There are three types of GA-945GZM-S2 motherboard (rev-2.1, rev-6.6, rev-3.x). How do I know mine.I also would like to know about the socket number.
From this website http://www.softwarepatch.com/utilities/ac97.html ,,download it
Brilliant!!! A Huge thankyou. Even the Gigabyte site didn't make sense to me. You have saved my bacon.
I extracted it, ran setup, extracted the WDM driver, ran setup and VIOLA! Sound! Very cool.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Get ac97 codecs driver
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
Well if you had formated you computer ,and after the reinstallation of new windows ,you need to download the sound drivers .you can download the sound drivers [Realtek AC97 audio driver package 4.06 ]
from this website http://www.softwarepatch.com/utilities/ac97.html ,,download it and check
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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