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Dirver problem Audit driver is missing . when i instal windows xp it asks for driver

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Go to the website and download the respective drivers. You can downlaod just about ANY driver online

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I need F6 drivers for Windows XP installation, for SATA and possibly other motherboard features.

not sure why you're installing xp as there's no support for it, you should really be installing win7 as that has 10 years support left.
xp doesn't have any sata drivers for modern motherboards.
the only motherboards the sata driver will work on is the intel dh55hc or intel dh55tc so if you don't have either of those, you're wasting you time.
you need to be installing the driver when the xp installation starts and asks you to press f6 to install sata drivers. do that and it should work.

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Can u help me to down load intel desktop board d945gcnl and d945gcpe audit driver

You can download the motherboarddrivers from Intel WEB site. Select your model motherboard/device, and makesure you select the Windows XP or Vista version of the drivers that matchesyour Windows operating system. Please click on this link andselect your model motherboard : -

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Can not installing windows xp & cant detecting the sata hard drive how can i installed the sata drivers

The problem is that XPinstallation CD does not have a SATA driver, unless you have a SATA drive on adisk etc. and can install the driver when XP asks for a hard drive driver then,XP cannot detect the hard disk and therefore won't install XP. The FIX. Go into the BIOS anddisable the SATA drive, this will make XP think it is a IDE/PATA hard disk.Then install XP normally. After Windows XP is installed then install all the device drivers (including the SATAdriver), then shut down and boot up and got into the BIOS and enable the SATAdrive.

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I recently bought a used Asus a7n8x mobo so I can rebuild my dead XP Pro 462 A Socket system. I am upgrading the mobo to the "Delux = A7V8X-E" board and replacing my 2400 AthlonXP CPU with a used 3200...

Excellent motherboard. I've owned two of them, best socket A motherboard ever. Nvidia nforce chipset, soundstorm audio. You can definitely burn the drivers to a disk or pen drive for installation after you've reinstalled windows. Windows xp may even have drivers that will work for the network card. So you may just be able to go to asus's website with that system and install directly to the system. You will know if the network card is working when xp asks to activate, try to activate and it will tell you if you have a network connection or not. I would burn all the drivers and software to a disk though just in case. Downloading the drivers and saving them on a CD is easy. Just download and save the drivers/software to your "my documents folder" when downloading from asus. Then open my computer double click on the cdrw drive or dvdrw drive whichever one you have and drag the files from your documents to the cdrw//dvdrw window. Once you've done this you will see at the top of the window "files ready to be written to cd". At the top in the left column in window you will see "write files to cd". Insert a blank cd-r or cd-rw and click write files to cd. That's it once its finished you can use the cd to install the software. If you have any trouble or questions reply to this and I will be glad to help you. I miss my A7N8X-E I sold mine to my friend 5 years ago and its still running strong and I used it for 2 years before him.

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I put a used e210882 socket 478 motherboard into my computer. which is a emachine. when i start booting the computer ask me what file to download windows xp into. what file should i send it to.

It is probably asking you to insert an XP disk, as Windows XP will need to install the new drivers for your new motherboard.  It will also give you the option to select a folder (this is what you are seeing) already on your hard drive that would contain the proper drivers for that motherboard.  Chances are this folder does not contain the proper drivers.  You will need an XP disk to install these drivers.  Boot with the XP disk in, and chances are Windows will take care of everything else.  If you do not have the XP disk you used to originally install Windows on that machine, then you can use a seperate PC to get the drivers required.  You will need to visit the website of the manufacturer (I believe emachines is your new mobo?) and download the drivers.  Then save them to disk.  When booting into your new system, make sure this new disk (you made from other pc) is in the drive, and then select that drive when it asks you for the folder you are talking about.  This will then install the proper drivers and you will be up and running shortly.  Hope this helps :)

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Problem with Sound Dirver

try innstall the latest drivers

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Audio drivers

  • first install your chipset driver. then try to install audio.
  • If still same problem, check out that your driver supports windows XP.
  • You can make download latest driver from Asus website. Just go to that site and select your product model and download driver for XP.

If still problem just Ask me with your feed back.


Apr 24, 2008 | ASUS P4XP-X Motherboard

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Hi fernandito

(01) It'd be best to check for updated drivers rather than attempt to install the ones off of the CD. Drivers that we receive w/ our hardware purchases are quite often out-dated. It's always a good idea to check w/ the manufacturer online and get the latest drivers there to install.

(02) ASUSTeK lists the P4S800D audio drivers as "SoundMAX". It doesn't list "RealTEK" audio drivers for any of the (3) variations of this motherboard.

(03) What precipitated your needing to install the drivers?
(A) You're having issues w/ one or more integrated hardware device (e.g. Your audio)
(B) The motherboard is new to this system build - this is the 1st drivers installation
(C) Other: Please, explain

(04) Is this a new (clean) Windows XP build ?

(05) Is this a case of a new motherboard on an old Windows XP build?

(06) If this is not a new (OS) build and the motherboard is not new to the system, did the integrated audio work properly b4?

(07) If the answer to (06) is YES, what precipitated or coincided w/ the onset of the issue you are experiencing w/ the integrated audio or any other issue you're attempting to address now?

(08) Are you experiencing ANY other issues at all w/ this system? If so, please, explain

(09) Have you ANY other related information at all regarding this issue?


(10) There are (3) models of your motherboard listed on ASUSTeK
(A) P4S800D
(B) P4S800D-E Deluxe
(C) P4S800D-X

(11) Please, go HERE and (in the upper left of the page) enter in the "Input Model to Search" field the model number of your motherboard

(12) Click the drop down arrow in the "Select Category" field and choose "Drivers"

(13) The resulting page will show the (3) variations of this motherboard model.

(14) Click on the appropriate one.

(15) You'll be taken, then, to a page where you will find BIOS updates, drivers, utilities and documentation for your motherboard.

(16) Click on the DRIVERS tab

(17) Download the appropriate drivers for your operating system.

(18) Every version of this motherboard model lists SoundMAX audio drivers. None lists RealTEK.

(19) How are you identifying your motherboard model number?
(A) Off of the box that it came in?
(B) Using a PC hardware audit utility?
(C) Physical inspection of the board?

(20) It's quite possible that the CD you have is not the correct one for your motherboard or that you've miss-identified your motherboard.

(21) To be sure you have identified the correct motherboard model number, please, download and run "Belarc Advisor". You can find it HERE. Belarc Advisor is a free pc hardware and software audit utility.

(22) Once you've confirmed that the motherboard model no. has been correctly identified as one of the P4S800D models, perform a "Clean Boot" and attempt to install the audio drivers you downloaded from ASUSTeK. (**1st, the old audio drivers via Device Manager (if applicable) that you downloaded from ASUSTeK.

(23) For the steps for performing a "Clean Boot", please go HERE.

Please, post back here w/ the results and/or any questions, comments, observations you have.

Thank you,
BJ @:)

Apr 14, 2008 | ASUS P4S800D-X Motherboard

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Audio driver

plz update your audio dirver
for free dirver vist

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