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What windows version are you running? If xp or vista right click my computer then manage then device manager and then go to sound video and controllers or something like that and you should see a generic driver or some kind of info there. If not and you see a yellow bang then i would go do a windows update and on main screen if running xp there is an option of running custom mode and when it completes see if there are any driver updates for hardware. This would be on left side of the explorer page. do this and at least you have the drivers installed and see what kind it is and then go back into device manager and see what it is. Most likely if it is quite old and a seperate plug in card i am going to take a wild guess and say it is a soundblaster live 5.1 card. If you have xp you can download the software for it and if it tries to install and it is not the right one it will stop the installation automatically.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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