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Keep doing what youre doing and put it on the USB drive its the only way really. If a driver is not an EXE file you need to go into device manager right click on the unknown device and click update driver. Choose the option to let you choose not automatic and browse to the folder your driver is then install it. cheers from Scott and plz vote
The computer you're using right now? Does it have a CD burner? Go to the computer manufacturers website, then to Support, your computer name, model name, and model number, and to the Drivers and Software Download page.
Download the Audio driver. Copy, (Burn), it to CD disk. Install the disk in your computer, double-click on the file name. The Installation Wizard will lead you through the installation of this audio driver.
Dear frind its a normal problem... try this step insert *********** board Driver cd then... go the location and Install it -- I:\Drivers\Audio\NoHotfix\2K_XP\AsusSetup.exe (I = Dvd Drive)
Your problem will solb..Best regard.... sumon