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The Windos XP version of Realtek Audio is here (ftp://188.8.131.52/pc/audio/WDM_A405.exe). In some instances, it may be necessary to install Microsoft Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) Bus Driver for High Definition Audio. For more information about this driver, see Microsoft Knowledge BaseArticle 888111, "Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) High DefinitionAudio class driver version 1.0a
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These Server Operating systems have compatibility issues with some hardware. I would do the following:
Get updates from the 2003 Server site; it checks for drivers also and updates them.
Write Acer Tech Support, tell them you want updated drivers for XXXXX soundcard.
Put your CD with sound drivers in drive. Go to hardware install in C-Panel and ask it to search for updated drivers on the CD. Or Right Click My Computer> Properties> hardware and select the yellowed gizmos. One of them will be your sound. Right click and select UPDATE DRIVER with the CD already on drive. Follow instructions. If you don;t have such a CD for your soundcard, find the drivers from Acer tech Support.