Missing audio no sound drive need updated one to upload
I bought new mother board a8vm se and i lost my windows and had to reistall windows and there is no sound or driver for it i tried to put the asus disk in and download it but it said code 10 must need a updated one so im seeing if i can upload from here a updated audio driver so i can hear some sound.
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download this ultimate driver disc at (http://www.mininova.org/tor/1744818) ***will need a torrent downloader to DL it*** burn
it as a dvd iso/image on nero or what ever burning rom you have. it
will solve all your driver needs. garunteed. after you burn it as a dvd
rom, put it in a dvd drive then go into control panel, administrative
tools, component management, then go to device manager, find the video
or audio controller or device and just right click and update driver. a
screen should pop up and choose the install from a list or specific
location. click next and check the include this location in search and
then click browse. find the drive with the dvd rom that you burn and
click it and then click ok. after just click next and it should do all
the work. repeat process for any and all other drivers you need. (other
instructions on how to use is on the website) hope this helps you. Good
luck. please rate.
Before you install the new motherboard make sure you have all of Windows updates installed on the hard drive. Microsoft is working hard to include many new devices all the time. You should have no problem booting into Vista after the motherboard is intalled and your motherboard should come with a driver disk to install any drivers that Vista may miss.