Question about M-Audio Fast Track Pro External Sound System
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
If the sound is onboard (physicaly part of the MoBo) then you have to go to the manufacturers site, and download the various drivers and see which one works. if the card is an add-on then power down your unit (ground yourself to the tower chassis) take the card out and have a look for a distinguishing name. if you can't find one, then it gets very tedious. you have to start search for FCC identifiers on the chips, and usually do a sort of reverse look up for the manufacturer.
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