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Dear khieonemo,
from your question I under stand that u have an ASRock mainboard with onboard soundcard and now are looking for a suitable driver for it. goto : www.asrock.com/support/download.asp,

enter your boards model number , pick the right operaiotn system and download the right driver fitting your board. some asrock drivers come in bundles, meaning that one self-installing file
includes drivers for mainbord and all of it's onboard components
like sound and ethernet card, usb-ports and even processors and PCI handling, therefore make sure to enter the exact model of your board.
if you cannot find the model number or have lost he manual to it, please post another request for help. thx a lot and good luck

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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