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Motherboard supporting software--sound

Sir

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)

CE D33006
F GIGABYTE
GA-945GZM-S2
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.

Thank you
Thankfully
Jobin Jose

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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.  

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Get ac97 codecs driver

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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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