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Windows XP. I have inadvertently removed the

Windows XP. I have inadvertently removed the Realtekaudio97 device. Is it possible to reinstall it. How please. I have tried but nothing seems to be available.

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Here is their website link. See if it is availlable after you math up your card.( Yes; It is only software,and shoud be able to bvbe reinstalled)

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Your drivers can be downloaded from here. Simply reinstall and reboot. Good luck!

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    John Elliott Feb 25, 2009

    You've provided no information as to the problem you experienced while reinstalling your drivers. The AC97 drivers are fairly generic (they're in a high percentage of todays PCs and laptops). You can do a google search on either AC97 drivers or AC97 HD drivers and download them. If you are receiving an error please post it here so that we may assist.

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