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Sound card drivers can not installed

I have installed a creative vibra128 sound card. I disabled the onboard sound and windows detected the new hardware and it installed the generic drivers. But i cannot listen sounds and can not installed the drivers came with the sound card. when i go to install drivers it says can not find any vibra card in your system. But windows can recognize the new hardware.

main board is ASUS P4VP - MX
OS winXp Professional with SP3

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Your card isn't supported by Creative anymore, it is too old. As such, you would have better results by using a newer card. But the drivers are located here - http://support.creative.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?catID=1&subCatID=207&prodID=4851&prodName=Vibra%20128&subCatName=Others&CatName=Sound+Blaster

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Check the speaker connections - take the plugs out and put them back.
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when installing the drivers check that the drivers are related to that hardware only. some drivers from other sources will install but will not work correctly.

if you have installed drivers from the original cd that came with your motherboard(if onboard sound) or the sound card (pci card). then let windows search for the driver in the cd. you don't select the particular driver.

first uninstall the drivers you currently have and then reboot the sys and wait for the system to find for the new hardware device. then choose the option
-> search in the removable media
and then insert the cd.

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check in the bios settings, advanced option that onboard sound card is on for onboard sound
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if your motherboard has Realtek sound card then go the site and download the new driver. check the correct ALC codec.
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and also check in the control panel of windows of the "sounds and audio devices properties"..,

in the first tab your sound card name should be visible and in the third tab in default device your audio card name should be specified.

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