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You have to find out which operating system (OS) you have then you get/download the driver for that system, then you open/extract driver file to a place / folder and then start the setup.exe file to start the install of sound.
Most likely the system will restart and I now expect there be a booting sound.
Intel D865GLC Drivers Please
visit the above link from Intel Official Support. Select the Operating
System - (e.g. Windows XP) and from 'Download Type' select
'Drivers' and download ADI 1985 Sound Drivers and install them.
you can go to control panel and point to ---->Systems----->Device manager ----->Sound driver-----properties---->upadate driver-----> search driver online.
or you may go to intel website there they provide all kind of drivers freely available on hardware section or use the search panel and write the mother board model Number.you should really solve the problem this way
When you are on the below link then click on the 3. number .That is your required driver. Click on it and follow the steps. After downloading the driver install it and restart your system to take the driver effect. You are done.
Nisar Ahmad, your Intel board D845GBV noes not support the windows Vista platform any version.
Please click the link below which will load Intel's web site for the,
D845GBV. You will need to pick your operating system from the download window & you'll there are not drivers for Vista.