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You need to accept the terms by checking the box and clicking next. On the following page you want to select a link from the row that reads "Windows 2000, Windows XP/2003(32/64 bits) Driver only (Executable file)"
Your motherboard is out of a Compaq Presario SR1503WM. This board was produced by Asus for Compaq/HP and the unit was sold only at Walmart (hence the WM at the end of the model number.) Specifications, drivers & board graphic layouts are available on HP website. Just go to support and search by the model number & keyword "specifications".
Have you tried a pair of known working headphones? Does the motherboard have built in audio? Make sure nothing is muted in the advanced audio menu. Make sure you're connected to the right connector. (usually green) And most audio cards will come with drivers if they need them, but you can try these downloads from the realtek website.