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There are a couple generic audio drivers. But before that why are you looking for standard audio drivers? Regardless which OS you are using (Win XP, VISTA), you will find a generic set of audio drivers included with the OS. This is for basic audio output. If you have a specific audio card installed you should be using the drivers from the manufacturer to get the best quality from the card. Although odds are you do not have an add-on audio card. Chances are you are using the audio out puts supplied on the motherboard. This is far more common now because motherboard manufactures are able to get pretty great sound from on-board mounted audio processors.
If this is the case then those are the drivers you want.
If this is a pre-built system you should go to the computer makers web site and grab the drivers there. If it's a home brew computer check out the motherboard makers web site.
If you want to download the best possible fit for the majority of on-board audio as well as add-on cards that would be Realtech. Just click the link and when the web page open click the check box. When the next window opens find your OS and click go for the drivers.
Steps for installing audio drivers that came with the OS:
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