Hii... i bought a laptop before a year that time company provide a Vista o.s but they didn't provide me drivers m not purchase vista also now i need sound drivers for XP2 but at internet also i wont found it plz help me
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I do not know your exact model dv6502?? but if you go to the site above it lists the microsoft uaa bus driver for sound and maybe when installed you could try your normal sound driver unable to find xp sound driver
it might be because of windows vista :/ just to make shure did you download off of their website for the vista drivers and not off of the disc that came with it??? btw on a second thought... unless you have a laptop, internal sound cards are more compatible, cheaper, and better than external sound cards... it takes about 3-5 seconds to install in your computer, i remember the first time i had to install a sound card.... i thought it would be really hard and i would break everything. i realized that a monkey can do it. well, to solve your problem i recommend download the right drivers for vista and not the one with your disc... probably your driver should be something like::
"(model#) creative external sound card windows vista X86"
since 32bit oses are popular among manufactures, i think it should be something like that.
I wish I could be of more help to you, however, it isn't very likely that anyone will be able to help as Windows 64-Bit doesn't have much support yet, it's still relatively new, and relatively expensive. Vista, also is an issue with it's poor support. I know your pain however, I have a 64-bit Processor, and used Windows XP64 Trial on my system... I trashed that shortly after installing it as even I couldn't find drivers for 90% of my system. Even Intel (the actual company) has issues with Microsoft Windows 64-bit, they were supposed to be able to develop drivers before the release, but it didn't happen. Microsoft released 64-bit versions of Windows and Vista too quickly for most companies to develop drivers and patches. My Apologies.
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.